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