How to prevent UNWANTED PREGNANCY without a condom
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1. Oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) – these are also called ‘birth control pills’. A woman needs to take these pills regularly to prevent pregnancy. They work in two ways: some prevent the release of an ovum from the ovary while others secrete thick mucus that prevent contact between sperm and egg.
2. Copper T – this is a type of intrauterine contraceptive device that is placed inside the uterus of the woman. The device prevents the implantation of a fertilized egg.
3. Vaginal bolus – this is a large tablet that you can insert into the vagina about 30 minutes before sex. The tablet contains a spermicidal compound that that prevents pregnancy.
4. Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) injection – this is an intramuscular injections that is taken every 3 months to prevent pregnancy.
5.Morning After Pills – this is an emergency contraceptive method that is swallowed orally not more than 72 hours after the unprotected sex happens.
All of these five methods are medically approved.
You can however speak with an expert if you are in doubt as to what approach is best for you.