Written in partnership with Evofem Biosciences

As we get ready to celebrate World Contraception Day (September 26) we pause and are grateful for the women around the world who are fighting for what they believe in. Maybe like them you are wanting a different option for contraception, maybe you are tired of your daily birth control or maybe you are taking the risks of not using contraception because you do not like the hormonal side effects. Have you heard about Phexxi®? 

Phexxi is a hormone-free birth control gel that you only use when you need it, a brand worth fighting for! Let’s celebrate World Contraception Day with you in control. 



Phexxi is a Prescription on-demand method of birth control used to prevent pregnancy. Phexxi is not effective when used after sex. 

Continue reading for important safety information.



Rare cases (0.36%) of bladder and kidney infection have been reported. If you have a history of urinary tract problems that keep coming back, you should not use Phexxi. 

Contact your healthcare provider if you are experiencing genitourinary side effects such as vaginal burning, itching, discharge, genital discomfort (including in male partners), yeast infection, urinary tract infection or bacterial vaginosis. 

Phexxi does not protect against any sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Avoid using Phexxi with a vaginal ring. 

Avoid Phexxi if you or your sexual partner is allergic to 

 lactic acid, citric acid, potassium bitartrate, or any of the ingredients in Phexxi. Stop using Phexxi if you develop an allergic reaction. 

For more information about Phexxi, talk to your healthcare provider and see full Product Information. 

Please report side effects by contacting Evofem Biosciences® toll-free at 1-833-EVFMBIO or contact FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or 


Phexxi and the Phexxi logo are registered trademarks of Evofem Biosciences, Inc. 

Trademarks, registered or otherwise, are the property of their respective owner(s). 

© 2022 Evofem Biosciences, Inc. 

Intended for United States residents only. 


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