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Pregnancy prevention
Pregnancy

Prevention could include:

  • Most popular method of birth controlPills contain estrogen and progestin and are taken once a day.Require a prescriptionWork by preventing ovaries from releasing eggs Effectiveness: 99.7%, if used perfectly; with typical use, 92%.Effective and rev...
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  • For up to six months after giving birth, and if the menstrual cycle has not resumed, breast-feeding can be an effective and natural form of birth control.
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  • Birth control prevents unintended pregnancies. Some effective types of birth control include taking birth control pills, using condoms, and wearing a diaphragm.
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  • Condoms are inexpensive, effective, and one of the most popular methods of birth control. Here's what you need to know to safely and effectively use condoms.
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  • The birth control patch is a hormonal contraceptive that sticks to your skin. You replace it once per week. Learn more about its use, efficacy, and risks.
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  • Female condoms help prevent pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted infections. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using female condoms.
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  • A contraceptive implant is a hormonal birth control. It is put into the arm. It releases a hormone called progesterone into the body to prevent pregnancy.
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  • Diaphragms have been used for birth control in the United States since the early 1900s. Learn how to use one of these devices to prevent pregnancy.
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  • Oligomenorrhea is a condition that involves having light or infrequent menstrual periods. Read more about it.
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  • There are four brands of IUDs available in the U.S.: ParaGard is a copper IUD, and Mirena, Liletta, and Skyla are hormonal IUDs that use progestin.
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