Many different types of single use, daily, long-term reversible, hormone and non-hormone based contraceptive options are available. How well these methods work can vary and you may find some methods easier to use than others. Choosing which birth control method is best for you can be difficult. There are many things to consider including any underlying medical conditions as well as lifestyle factors. An appointment with your doctor to specifically discuss options is a very good idea.
Remember, not having sex is the only way to guarantee you won’t get pregnant. But, if you are sexually active, using a reliable method of contraception correctly is the best way to reduce your risk of unplanned pregnancy.
This information is not intended to replace the advice given by your doctor.
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If you have any questions about sexual health or your contraceptive options you should speak to your healthcare professional.