Contraception Advice

Are you contemplating being a part of the ever-increasing tribe of couples who are childless by choice?
Or, do you want to partake of carnal pleasures without any bother? If so, the following check-list on contraception advice is just what the doctor recommended for you
Please don’t heed people gossiping about your decision of being a ‘childless by choice’ couple, or one which wants to plan their family.
It really isn’t their life but something that you have consciously participated in and not irreversible
As a couple, it is important that all conjugal decision-making is mutual
and that there’s no emotional coercion or physical stress from either partner involved in the decision-making process. Everyone deserves their chance at parenthood or otherwise – hence, be sensitive to your partner’s needs, whims and fancies too. After all, marriages are lifelong commitments where mutual trust is paramount
Remember that there are permanent and temporary contraception procedures
in place which you can pick and choose from and that while temporary methods like condoms and pills are OK for couples whose decision to opt for parenthood is still work-in-progress, even permanent methods like vasectomy aren’t wholly likely to permanently take you off the parenting radar as there are permutations and combinations like cryonics-enhanced methods, or legal adoptions that can award you that seemingly elusive shot at parenthood
Also, if you are on a family planning spree,
you’d do well to know that there indeed is no foolproof contraception method as we’re usually made to understand – condoms rupture, pills misfire, implants may spill off and so on and so forth
Again, it’s important to know that contraception and menopause are interlinked
and that intrinsically. So, women who don’t want to get pregnant need to keep using contraception until they are totally menopausal. This because periods tend to become irregular before they entirely stop and high-risk advanced age-pregnancies are still possible
As is very commonly known, there are 13 commonly listed non-permanent contraception methods

that every family planning regimen relies upon. They are

  • Caps
  • Combined pill
  • Condoms (female)
  • Condoms (male)
  • Contraceptive implants
  • Contraceptive injections
  • Contraceptive patches
  • Diaphragms
  • Intrauterine device (IUD)
  • Intrauterine system (IUS)
  • Natural family planning methods
  • Progestogen-only pills
  • Vaginal rings
So, those guilt trips that you have frequently taken about contraception can finally be put to rest. It’s your life, go right ahead and by all means, live it to the fullest

The right Contraception Advice

can help you to plan your ideal happy family
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