Other Methods of Contraception

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Other Methods of Contraception

Other Methods of Contraception

Abstinence

There are many things that can ruin someones life that they have no control over, a divorce, a death, an accident, an illness, and other disasters. However no one truly puts much thought into one thing they have complete control over, having sex. Having unprotected sex can destroy many lives, imagine getting an Sexually Transmited Infection (STI) or getting pregnant. Scary isn't it? Well there are ways to prevent that image from coming true. One major way to prevent this from coming true is to have safe sex using Other Methods of Contraception.

Abstinence is chosing not to have sex, plain and simple, it's free and anyone one can do it. It is also the only for sure way to be 100% free of pregnancy and STIs!

For those who like to live on the edge, there is chance. Chance is letting fate decide if you get pregnant or get a STI. And best of all, it's free1 Even though the out come might not be...

Chance

The Rhythm Method is when a female tracks her period and knows what days she is really fertle and what days she is not. It is like the Chance Method it will not protect you from STIs but it is about 80% effective for most females and it is completely free!

Rhythm

Sterilization is a form of birth control that is ment to be permenent, it is knwon as having the 'tubes tried'. It is an operation so it is very costly, it costs $1,500-$6,000, but it is also very effective against pregnancy (99% effective against pregnancy) but has no immunity against STIs.

Sterilization

Withdrawal

The Withdrawal Method is a method in which the male pulls out his penis just before ejaculation. It is free, but it is also only 78% effective against pregnancy and 0% effective against STIs.

For more information go to http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/rhythm-method/basics/definition/prc-20013489 or http://apps.who.int/phint/en/p/docf/


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