Types of barriers are: Male and female condoms Diaphragm Cap Sponge
Male and female condoms are commonly found in supermarkets and are one of the most common type of birth control Diaphragm is a dome shaped rubber cup that is placed inside the vagina to immobilize sperm Cervical Cap is a silicone cap that goes over the cervix that is held in by suction Sponge is a soft disk made of polyurethane that rests against the cervix during sex
Types of Hormonal Methods are: Pills Patch Vaginal ring Depo-Provero
Pills are a common form of birth control they are taken orally Patch looks like a band-aid and prevents pregnancy by releasing estrogen and progestin through the skin Vaginal Ring is a thin transparent flexible ring that is inserted into the vagina it releases estrogen and progestin. Depo-Provero is an injection of the hormone progestin and prevents pregnancy for three months.
Tubal Ligation is also known as getting your tubes tied which is surgical sterilization to close the fallopian tube. Essure is a small spring that is inserted into each fallopian tube. Adiana uses a sillicon impant about the size of a grain of rise which blocks the fallopian tubes Vasectomy is sterilization for men that cuts the tube that carries the sperm from the testes into the penis
Types of Emergency Contraception are: Pills
Pills are also known as the morning after pill are available to be used in case of an accident to make sure one does not get pregnant.
Permanent, Long-Acting Methods and Hormonal Methods are the most effective forms of birth control Question: If there are so many types of birth control out there why are there so many people still having unwanted pregnancies by practicing unsafe sex?