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Types of Birth Control and Their Efficacy in Preventing Pregnancy

With the advancements in medical science, the number of methods available for birth control is on the rise. Some studies suggest that birth control for abortion can be used effectively, while others only believe that it can prevent pregnancy and not affect present pregnancies.

Before we clear the air around birth control and its use for abortion, let us first discuss some common forms of birth control and their efficiency in preventing pregnancy.

  1. Continuous abstinence: 100% effective in preventing pregnancy and STD/STIs.
  2. Surgical Sterilization: Permanent surgical methods can effectively prevent either a woman’s eggs from reaching the uterus (in tubal litigation) or a man’s sperm from entering a woman (in vasectomy) during intercourse. The failure rate is a mere 1%.
  3. Male condoms: Prevent sperm from reaching the egg. The estimated rate of failure is 11% to 16%.
  4. Female condoms: Prevents the sperm from reaching the egg. Failure in the case of female condoms is around 20%.
  5. Diaphragm: A shallow latex cup that can be fitted by using a visit to the medical care provider. It has a failure rate of 15%.
  6. Cervical cup: A thimble-shaped cup, with a failure rate that can vary from 14% to 29%.
  7. Fertility awareness method: Maintaining abstinence or using other methods depending on the hormone cycle to prevent pregnancy. The method is hard to perfect and thus has a 25% failure rate.

What kind of birth control method you use is a matter of personal choice and your health conditions.

At Her Smart Choice, we can help you select the most appropriate method of birth control depending on your choices and situation.

Birth control methods like the emergency “morning after” pill, hormonal vaginal contraceptive ring, patch, oral contraceptive, Depo-Provera, and intra-uterine devices can also be options worth considering.

Now, it is important that you understand that all forms of birth control cannot act as an option for abortion.

pregnancy termination pill called the medical abortion and surgical abortion are the safest and sure-shot methods of terminating an existing pregnancy.

Before you make use of any method of birth control, contraception, or abortion, it is important to get advice from experts.

Using unsuitable methods can be a risky proposition, and have negative effects on your overall health.

At Her Smart Choice, your sexual and reproductive health and wellness if our primary concerns.

We will make sure you are offered the right solution depending on your condition, health, and need. At Her Smart Choice, you will not just get many choices, but also the proper guidance and information to make a smart choice.

Other than being a preferred choice among low-cost abortion clinics, Her Smart Choice is also a reliable center for gathering information, getting checked for STD/STI, and for discussing fertility and reproductive health issues.

No matter what your concerns are, we, with our experts are always ready to help you find the most viable options and make a smart choice.

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What to Expect When You Take Abortion Tablets

The abortion pill has been FDA approved for the last 20 years and has a 98% efficacy rate. And yet, there is so much confusion and misconceptions about its use.

Abortion through tablets is a very popular method and a lot of people use this method.

But, several myths surround its use.

To make sure such myths don’t stop you from getting the right medical care at the right time, here are some myth busters:

What is the abortion pill?

While it is called an ‘abortion pill’, the method of pregnancy termination using tablets, uses 2 pills. The first pill is to prevent the growth of the pregnancy called mifepristone. And the second pill misoprostol is to evict the pregnancy out of your uterus. 

What happens after taking the pill?

For most people, the first pill causes no symptoms. A very small number of people also face little vaginal bleeding after they take the pill. However, this is not common.

Taking the second pill (usually within 72 hours of taking the first pill) can cause a lot of symptoms.

While exactly defining the symptoms isn’t possible and the experience varies from person to person, the effect can be best described as somewhat similar to a miscarriage.

What follows includes cramping and bleeding within an hour of taking the pill

It also feels normal to feel chills, nausea, and have diarrhea. Flu-like symptoms and a mild fever may also accompany the bleeding and cramping.

Our medical staff at Her Smart Choice will also provide you pain-relief medication, and others help to make the process easier for you.

While the heaviest bleeding is likely to get over within 3 to 4 hours, it is common to experience slight bleeding till the next period, which is likely to come 4 or 6 weeks after the abortion.

If you feel that your symptoms (cramps, heavy bleeding, and flu-like feeling) don’t subside even after 24 hours and are getting worse, you should contact us.

We will examine your situation and offer the best solution to move forward.

At Her Smart Choice, we take great pride in being a quick abortion clinic. We understand the importance of timely action. We also understand that each passing minute is a burden for you. To ease your stress, tension, and issues, we take all possible steps to give you the fastest and the most effective solution to your problem.

A lot of people also believe that using an abort pregnancy tablet is likely to increase your chances of breast cancer. But that is just a myth. It is not backed by science and just a misconception.

Also, at Her Smart Choice, we can assure you that you are making the right choice. The abortion options that we offer are 100% safe and have no side-effects in the long run. It will not affect your reproductive health and cause no negative impact on any future pregnancies.

No matter what sexual or reproductive health issue you are dealing with, Her Smart Choice stands beside you in helping you find the right solution and making a smart choice.

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