How To Choose A Birth Control Method That’s Right For You

How To Choose A Birth Control Method For That’s Right For You

Considering A Birth Control Option?

Her Smart Choice Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents
‘How To Choose A Birth Control Method For That’s Right For You’

 

If you hope to start a family soon, you’ll want a method that you can quickly stop when you’re ready, such as birth control pills or condoms. On the other hand, if you’re not thinking about having kids soon, long-lasting and reversible options, like an intrauterine device (IUD) implanted in your uterus or a birth control implant in your arm, may be more convenient.

These methods can last for several years before you have to replace them. If you’re sure you don’t want kids, you may decide on a permanent form of birth control; you can have a tubal ligation. You might hear this called GETTING YOUR TUBES TIED.

 

 

Birth control comes in many different forms. Pick a method that you are most likely to use correctly. You’ll have to remember to take them every day simultaneously with birth control pills. The patch you’ll need to change every week. With condoms, you’ve got to have them on hand and use them correctly. You have to place spermicide in your vagina no more than 1 hour before sex, and it has to stay there for as many as 8 hours after. You won’t have to interact with other methods as much. They leave less room for user error. But they are longer-lasting and tend to require a doctor’s office visit. Think about how each method suits your comfort level and lifestyle.

Birth control comes in many different forms. Pick a method that you are most likely to use correctly. You’ll have to remember to take them every day simultaneously with birth control pills. The patch you’ll need to change every week. With condoms, you’ve got to have them on hand and use them correctly. You have to place spermicide in your vagina no more than 1 hour before sex, and it has to stay there for as many as 8 hours after. You won’t have to interact with other methods as much. They leave less room for user error. But they are longer-lasting and tend to require a doctor’s office visit. Think about how each method suits your comfort level and lifestyle.

Protection Against STIs – Sexually Transmitted Infections Condoms are the only type of birth control that can protect against STIs. If this is a concern for you and your partner, you’ll need to use a new one each time you have sex, whether or not you use another form of birth control.

Menstrual Periods & Side Effects and Safety Some types of birth control come with an added perk. They stop or significantly reduce menstrual flow. If this is an essential feature for you, ask your doctor which methods bring this benefit. Some types of birth control have side effects or put you at risk for certain health conditions. Some forms may not be safe for people who have a specific health condition or take a particular medication. Your doctor can explain which methods would be least likely to cause unwanted side effects and which would be safest for you, based on your health and any problems that run in your family.

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Category: Birth Control, IUDS, NexplanonPost Date: December 10, 2019

What are the Common Reasons For Choosing an Abortion?

What are the Common Reasons For Choosing an Abortion?

 

Did you know, according to the National Center on Health Statistics that almost half of pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned?
And many will get pregnant while using birth control?
For every 100 women who rely on the pill for one year, nine will get pregnant; and for every 100 women who rely on condoms for one year, nearly 20 will get pregnant.

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Category: Abortion, Abortion pillsPost Date: December 6, 2019

How the Procedure of Inserting a Contraceptive Implant is Done?

How the Procedure of Inserting a Contraceptive Implant is Done?

Her Smart Choice Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘How the Procedure of Inserting a Contraceptive Implant is Done?’

The implant is a small, flexible rod – about the size of a matchstick – that’s inserted under the skin of your upper arm by your healthcare provider. It releases a hormone called progestin, which keeps your ovaries from releasing eggs. The implant helps prevent pregnancy for up to three years but can be removed sooner. Have you decided to proceed with this method of contraception, but want to learn more about the procedure itself?

Please either visit Her Smart Choice at www.HerSmartChoice.com or give us a call 818-697-6955.

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The implant is a small, flexible rod – about the size of a matchstick – that’s inserted under the skin of your upper arm by your healthcare provider. It releases a hormone called progestin, which keeps your ovaries from releasing eggs. The implant helps prevent pregnancy for up to three years but can be removed sooner. Have you decided to proceed with this method of contraception, but want to learn more about the procedure itself?

Please either visit Her Smart Choice at www.HerSmartChoice.com or give us a call 818-697-6955.

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, BLOG or Facebook Page (HerSmartChoice) or follow-us on Twitter (@4hersmartchoice) or Instagram (hersmartchoice) to be notified when our next educational episode is live and to see more videos like this one.

The implant is a small, flexible rod – about the size of a matchstick – that’s inserted under the skin of your upper arm by your healthcare provider. It releases a hormone called progestin, which keeps your ovaries from releasing eggs. The implant helps prevent pregnancy for up to three years but can be removed sooner. Have you decided to proceed with this method of contraception, but want to learn more about the procedure itself?

 


Category: Contraceptive Implant, NexplanonPost Date: December 4, 2019
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