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Check out 12 birth control options right here
But what's even out there?
The Pill
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Widely used method. Easy-to-swallow pill that prevents conception.But there's a catch...
The Pill
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Remember to take it at the same time every day, even on days you don’t have sex.
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The Patch
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Applied weekly. Can be worn during exercise, bathing, and other daily activities.But there's a downside...
The Patch
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You have to be OK with a visible birth control. And wondering how well it’s going to stick.
Implant
birth control rod implant illustration in yellow on front flip card describing this birth control method
One-time procedure, inserted by doctor or nurse. Works up to 3 years.On the other hand...
Implant
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You’ve gotta feel comfortable living with a rod under your skin for a few years.
The Shot
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One injection prevents your ovaries from releasing eggs for about 12 weeks.But watch out...
The Shot
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Gotta go to the doctor for every shot. And go on time, every 3 months, without fail.
Condoms
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A must if you worry about STIs. No prescription needed. Works best when used perfectly.But, as you probably know...
Condoms
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Can be an awkward experience because you have to use it “in the moment”—a new one every time.
Vaginal Ring
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A flexible ring inserted in your vagina. Needs to be inserted just once a month.But not everyone finds it comfortable…
Vaginal Ring
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You have to feel okay about putting a foreign object into your vagina.
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Diaphragm
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A silicone cup you put inside your vagina. Covers the cervix to keep sperm out of your uterus.But here's the watch-out...
Diaphragm
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Use with spermicide. And it must remain in your vagina for at least 6 hours after sex.
IUD
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Device inserted in the uterus by a doctor. Once it’s in, you can’t feel it. Effective 3-10 years.But not everyone loves it...
IUD
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You may need to reach inside and check the strings.
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Sponge
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Plastic foam disk that covers the cervix. Contains spermicide to kill sperm before it reaches the egg.You should also know...
Sponge
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Before sex, moisten completely to activate. After sex, leave in for at least 6 hours.
Withdrawal
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No prescription, nothing to buy. Your partner just pulls out before ejaculating.But it's not always easy
Withdrawal
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Requires discipline & practice. You need to trust your partner to withdraw...at the height of pleasure.
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Fertility Awareness
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Pay super-close attention to your body every day to know when you are likely to conceive.But it's not all that...
Fertility Awareness
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Difficult to get right. 25% chance of conception. During fertile times, use another method.
Cervical Cap
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A silicone cup that has to be fitted by a doctor. Must be used with spermicide.And keep in mind...
Cervical Cap
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Size matters. Get re-fitted if you gain weight, lose weight, or have a baby.
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