Women today have many more choices to make with birth control than they did in the past when abstinence, withdrawal, and condoms made of linen cloth or animal intestines were the only known options. With all of the reliable and more hygienic modern contraception methods out there today, finding the one thats right for your lifestyle and health history can be a bit confusing.
Birth control pills were first made available in the 60s and half a century after, this method is still the most widely prescribed form of hormonal contraception. With proper use, the pill is 99.9% effective, making it the most reliable option on the market.
Female condom may not be as popular as the male condom, but it is still one of the alternatives available to women. Female condom is a sheath made of thin, transparent, soft plastic that a woman inserts in her vagina before sex. It has two rings: a flexible removable ring at the closed end to aid with insertion, and a larger flexible ring that stays outside the vagina at the open end to help protect the external genitalia.
But even if youve had some tricky situations with condoms or remembering to take pills on time, you can rest...