We’ve rounded up all the various options women and men have when it comes to preventing pregnancy, how each method works, and how effective they are.
Emergency pregnancy services #emergency #pregnancy #services http://pakistan.remmont.com/emergency-pregnancy-services-emergency-pregnancy-services/ # Emergency contraception Fact sheetFebruary 2016 Key facts Emergency contraception can prevent most pregnancies when taken after intercourse. Emergency contraception can be used in the following situations: unprotected intercourse, contraceptive failure, incorrect use of contraceptives, or in cases of sexual assault. There are 3 methods of…
The Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex - another fantastic infographic! Though I am surprised that the IUD is not listed as a birth control option... It is the MOST effective form of birth control besides abstinence. I highly recommend it. Regardless, still great info in this infographic!
INSANE that this can be forced on anyone -->>>> Forced IUD contraception faces criticism in China Women are coerced into having IUD contraception through threats of witholding hukou by Lin Meilian A woman's body does not really belong to herself. It can belong to the State in some cases. Deng Yanqin, mother of a newborn son in Jiangxi Province, discovered this when she was told by the local residential community's administrator that she would not get a hukou, or household registration, for…
More Women Opt For IUD, Contraceptive Implant For Birth Control
IUD IUD stands for intrauterine device, a T-shaped piece of plastic that is placed inside the uterus by a doctor. The copper IUD, ParaGard, works for as long as 12 years. The hormonal IUD, Mirena, must be replaced after 5 years. Both types make it more difficult for sperm to fertilize the egg. Fewer than eight in 1,000 women get pregnant. Pros: Long-lasting, low-maintenance. Cons: Irregular or heavier periods. More expensive upfront, may slip out, may cause side effects.
Birth control pills are 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy, research shows — but only if you remember to take them as prescribed. Rod-shaped implants, T-shaped IUDs and vaginal rings are other options.
IUD:Intrauterine Devices : ate they worth it? (I had nothing but pain and problems with mine! )
The One Thing Nobody Tells You About The Copper IUD
The copper intrauterine device, or IUD, is one of the most effective methods of contraception. Have a doctor shove a T-shaped copper wire into your uterus and watch as you suddenly prove completely invulnerable to pregnancy! But when it comes to how