There are several ways couples can avoid pregnancy without using condoms. Here are some options:
- Birth control pills: These are oral contraceptives that contain hormones to prevent pregnancy. They are taken daily and must be prescribed by a healthcare provider…..CONTINUE READING HERE
- Intrauterine devices (IUDs): These are small, T-shaped devices that are inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. They can be hormonal or non-hormonal and can last for several years.
- Contraceptive implants: These are small, flexible rods that are inserted under the skin of the upper arm. They release hormones to prevent pregnancy and can last for several years.
- Contraceptive patches: These are patches that are applied to the skin and release hormones to prevent pregnancy. They are changed weekly.
- Vaginal rings: These are flexible rings that are inserted into the vagina and release hormones to prevent pregnancy. They are changed monthly.
- Natural family planning: This involves tracking ovulation and avoiding intercourse during the woman’s fertile period. This method requires careful tracking and monitoring of the woman’s menstrual cycle.
It’s important to note that while these methods can be effective at preventing pregnancy, they do not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Couples should use condoms or other barrier methods to protect against STIs. It’s also important to discuss contraceptive options with a healthcare provider to determine the best method for each individual couple…..CONTINUE READING HERE