Many couples who do not want baby to look for birth control methods to prevent pregnancy. In this article we will discuss some of the popular methods of contraception.
Condoms are the most widely used contraceptive in the world. The condom is a thin rubber sheath which unrolls to fit a man's erect penis. It can be used during sexual intercourse between man and woman, to help prevent a woman from getting pregnant and reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. It is also useful, premature ejaculation, because they tend to slow down the orgasm. The condom should be put on before the penis touches the vaginal area. It should only be used once. Once it used to be wrapped in a tissue and put it in a trash bin. They will be distributed free of charge in family planning centers.
Membrane is a method of birth control for women. It is a thin flat flexible rubber dome rim, which fits into the vagina to cover the cervix and so the sperm can not reach the uterus. It covers the cervix and acts as a barrier to stop sperm from entering the uterus and an egg fertile.
The woman puts the diaphragm in front of her vagina intercourse. If this is the right place, neither the man nor the woman can feel it.
to prevent pregnancy, diaphragm is smeared with spermicidal before it. After sexual intercourse must remain for at least six hours. He will be out, dry it and tell me until he be re-used. The doctor or a trained nurse can help you find the right diaphragm size and fits properly. It can be inserted several hours before intercourse. It should not be left in place for more than 24 hours, no need to remove it for at least six hours prior to intercourse. It does not meet all the women.
intrauterine device (IUD) is a type of contraceptive device is positioned, and remains in the uterus to prevent pregnancy. This is a plastic or metal device placed in the uterus, and there a couple of years. They come in many shapes: Rings, Bow, T and X each shape has its advantages and disadvantages.
This device reduces the chance of the zygote implants itself in the uterus, and the intrauterine environment hostile sperm because foreign object in the uterus prevent conception. It is easy to insert into the uterus, inexpensive, and does not interfere with the body's chemistry and can be left in place for a long time, and forgotten except for the occasional check. It is also easy to remove when pregnancy is desired. Some women are not appropriate because it causes heavier than usual menstrual bleeding, occasional cramps and in some cases inhibits sexual activity.
There are many other methods of contraception, but the widely used and popular method discussed above. I hope the information mentioned here will help you determine the most appropriate method of contraception for you.