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What To Do To Prevent Unwanted Pregnancy During And After Sex

Even while most people (and especially married couples) want to start a family at some point in their lives, there is a substantial percentage that actually enjoys being pregnant. Many methods of birth control and pregnancy prevention have been scientifically proved to be effective.

"Healthline" reports that a number of problems can arise from improperly handling contraception. The majority of pregnant women aren't aware of any effective methods of pain management. In this paper, I will discuss methods for avoiding becoming pregnant. By referencing Healthline, I hope to provide you a quick crash course in how to avoid an unplanned pregnancy and its potential side effects.

Every time, every, and everywhere, you need to use a condom.

In discussions about stopping unwanted pregnancies, the use of condoms — one of the most available and widespread methods — comes up regularly. In 82% of reported cases, using a condom prevented an STD. Condoms are an effective method of preventing the spread of s£xually transmitted illnesses (STIs) during intimate physical contact.

Hormonal contraceptives taken orally

Although many options exist, certain forms of contraception are more effective than others at preventing unwanted pregnancies. But, before starting any kind of birth control, you should consult with your doctor.

Other measures can also be used to prevent unwanted pregnancies. While it serves a purpose, improper application could lead to undesirable outcomes. This advice has been compared to the effectiveness of birth control in terms of its usefulness.

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