An effective birth control method, sterilization is a medical procedure that closes or blocks the fallopian tubes or the vas deferens.
One of the most effective birth control methods, an implant is a thin, soft capsule inserted under the skin of the arm by a healthcare provider.
A small, flexible T-shaped device that is inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider. Hormonal and non-hormonal options available. One of the most effective birth control methods.
Hormones administered by an injection.
Hormonal pills that are taken daily with one week of hormone-free pills.
A soft, flexible, circular shaped plastic ring that contains hormones and is inserted into the vagina by the user for three weeks followed by a ring-free week.
A small, square adhesive that is applied to the skin and releases hormones via the skin.
A thin domed silicone device that is used with spermicide and is inserted into the vagina prior to intercourse and does not affect hormones.
A latex or latex-alternative sheath that is rolled down over the penis (external condom) or inserted into the vagina (internal condom) that also protect against STIs.
A soft foam sponge, containing spermicide that is inserted into the vagina prior to intercourse.
A small, dome-shaped, silicone device that is used with spermicide and is inserted into the vagina prior to intercourse and does not affect hormones.
Gels, foams and creams that impair sperm.
Methods to track the ovulation cycle and including abstaining from sex on fertile days.
The penis is removed from the vagina before ejaculation occurs.