How can a high-risk pregnancy be prevented?
A pre-pregnancy visit with a healthcare provider is especially important for a woman who has a medical problem. The doctor will discuss how women with this condition usually fare during pregnancy. For some diseases.
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Abstinence - 100% effective, and completely counter to biology. It is important to recognize, however that this is the only 100% guaranteed method. . Barrier protection (Co…ndoms/Femdoms) - over 97% effective with the added bonus of protecting against STDs . Oral Birth control pills - Hormone therapy that thickens the cervix to prevent sperm from getting through AND prevents ovulation in the first place so they have nothing to fertilize. Require very consistent daily use. . Injected birth control - Once every three month hormone therapy. . Nuva Ring- Ring you place near cervix each month that slowly releases hormones. Takes less consistency than oral birth control, but more commonly causes undesired side effects . Fertility Awareness - Charting your basal body temperature, cervical position, cervical fluid and regularity of your cycle to know exactly when you ovulate and avoid having sex at the times when its possible to conceive ( which is only 5-7 days during each cycle. More effective than condoms and similar to oral pills if used perfectly but requires very specific training and more diligence. The most biologically natural way to prevent pregnancy and still have sex, and it will make it easier to conceive when you decide you want to. Birth control, condoms, and abstinece. The only 100% way to prevent pregnancy is by not having sex. If this is not possible, having your male partner use a condom while you use The Pill, a diaphragm or other blocking devise is very effective. There is another method of birth control called Natural Family Planning that can also be very effective if you and your partner are willing to abstain from intercourse for several days every month. Not always practical for a young couple, but it is completely safe and very reliable if you follow the plan completely. Use birth control, go on the pill, use condoms. You can not become pregnant by the following: . Abstaining from sexual intercourse . Using condoms every time you have intercourse . Using birth control or another method of contraception. More than likely you still can get pregnant. In prevention of becoming pregnant contraceptive methods are used. All techniques have variations of effectiveness. The most effective contraceptive methods are for the female to be on the pill, and a male to use a condom. The pill alone comes in at 99% effectiveness, if used correctly. It is often hard to keep up with the daily doses of the pill, and additional medicines also alter the way the pill performs, such as antibiotics...not to mention stomach viruses. But yes, this is why the condom should also be used, and in the prevention of transmitted infections and diseases. If the condom breaks, the pill is there. If the pill doesn't work effectively, the condom is there. Use a condom, use birth control, use dental dame, or just don't do it at all. The easiest way is to not have sex. Since abstinence is not practical for millions of couples in loving, committed relationships (and others) the next best goal would be to always use birth control. Hormonal birth control, like the pill, ring or patch is up to 99% effective when used correctly. Add a condom to the equation and you have almost no chance of getting pregnant before you are ready. YOu can choose to NOT have sex, or you can use birth control. YOu SHOULD use condoms, or have your partner use them. They protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Never asume that your partner is disease free, unless you've been married a lonjg time and your partner doesn't cheat! If you want your baby to be healthy you would need to look at the expiration date on the condom! Gross? THerefore 1. abstinence 2. Birth control ( the pill or other birth control for women) 3. the CONDOM.... a MUST if you are having sex and are not married and planning babies! The answer "don't have sex" isn't really helping anyone. If you're asking how to prevent pregnancy, you are obviously ready to have sex! Condoms work, and birth Control works, so chances are, you won't get pregnant if you do both! But you should also note that condoms and birth control are not 100% effective. These forms of contraception work depending upon how well you use them. For example, birth control pills can be up to 99% effective, but only if taken properly. This means, taking your pill EVERY day, at the same time of day. You should also note that certain medications *such as antibiotics* can cause your birth control not to work. Condoms are about 95% effective when used properly. This means you should read the instructions about how to properly put on a condom before hand. Also, never double up on condoms. This can cause friction and make them tear, thus being less effective than even one condom. #1 way and the most effective.. don't have sex A method that prevents pregnancy 100% is abstinence (not having sex). Another method to prevent pregnancy that is pretty effective is birth control pills. When taken properly, birth control pills can be up to 99% effective! Another way of preventing pregnancy that is a little less effective is the use of condoms. condoms love :) There are many birth control options to prevent pregnancy. There are barrier methods like condoms, diaphragms, cervical caps and sponges that block sperm from entering the uterus and fertilizing an egg. Hormone methods like pills, patches, vaginal rings and shots prevent pregnancy by prohibiting ovulation. Natural methods include breast feeding and rhythm methods. Finally there are permanent options like tubal ligation and vasectomy. Using one of the above methods is preferred. However, if there is a problem with the birth control method used, there are emergency contraception options that can reduce the chance of pregnancy if taken within five days after unprotected sex. you have to use some contraceptive to prevent pregnancy.
Take birth control (pills, patch, ring, shot, etc), wear condoms, or practice abstinence. Avoid sex when you are ovulating. Pregnancy solved Abstinence is the only way t…o prevent pregnancy with 100% effectiveness. JUST DON'T DO IT! Answer There are many contraceptives available like the pill or contraceptive injections, however, to fully protect yourself against pregnancy AND sexually transmitted diseases you should really use a condom. Answer Not having sex. Abstention is the guaranteed prevention. But there are various contraceptive devices (condom, coil et al) as well as the contraceptive pill. There are also surgical procedures to artificially sterilize. The one method that works ALWAYS is not to have sexual intercourse. IF you are going to have intercourse, there are means of birth control that REDUCE the chances of becoming pregnant- nothing works EVERY time. Condoms (when worn and used correctly) are fairly effective. There are foam contraceptives, birth control pills, etc- and the rhythm method- not having intercourse during the period when you can get pregnant. If you are in jovial mood and female keep away from Boys. If you are married and do not want babies. just swallow pills. Ask your male partner to wear a condom or you can use a diaphragm, insert spermicide gel into your vagina. or go for IUD, etc. Or keep your legs closed. To be able to have sex without getting pregnant you need to use real contraceptives , and to use them right . Either go see a doctor, or buy yourself a packet of condoms. You can prevent pregnancy by using a condom or birth control pills.
Chances of Not Getting Pregnant . Pregnancy can be prevented by using a birth control such as a pill, depot shot, patch, or condom. But I will say the safest way to prevent… pregnancy is to be abstinence which in meaning don't have sex at all!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, there are multiple forms of birth control, condoms. Though both these methods are not 100% guarantied. Also don't believe people when they say it's ok on "safe days". No …day is safe there is still a possibility of pregnancy each and every day of the month. Lastly, the only 100% guarantied method to prevent pregnancy is abstinence.
No it s the opposite. It helps pushing the sperms further up. It's also something you should always avoid since you can mess up the natural flora of the vagina which makes it …easier to get infections..
Abstinence Condoms Birth control pills IUD Diaphragm http://www.4women.gov/FAQ/birthcont.htm
Yes, Yaz is the brand name of a ethinyl estradiol-ethynodiol birth control pill. Yaz is a combination estrogen-progestin pill that prevents pregnancy by prohibiting ovulation.…
Not until they get outrageous (say 500, or coma inducing)
THe only 100% way to prevent pregnancy is by not having sex. If this is not possible, having your male partner use a condom while you use The Pill, a diaphragm or other blocki…ng devise is very effective.. There is another method of birth control called Natural Family Planning that can also be very effective if you and your partner are willing to abstain from intercourse for several days every month. Not always practical for a young couple, but it is completely safe and very reliable if you follow the plan completely.
No, it would never prevent the MILLIONS of sperm that a man ejaculates. It does help though.
As soon as your child turns 15 u should put them on birth control if u dont want to do it to them that early do it when u think they want to have ***!
To prevent pregnancy, stop it before you get pregnant, there are many methods. The birth control pill, condoms etc. Talk to your gynecologist what will suit you the best. If y…ou have had unprotected sex you can also take the Morning after pill up to 72 hours afterwards. That prevents the egg to attach to the uterus wall. Once you are pregnant only abortion will work.
There are a number of methods to prevent pregnancy. Birth control pills and hormonal birth control is not the only choice. Talk with your health care provider about options.
Well, first you need to ask her if she wants to get pregnant or not. If she does then your screwed. Next, you should make sure she's on the pill. If she is then your okay. But…, if shes' not then you should wear ONE condom. If you wear TWO then the friction will cause one or maybe even both to break. I hope this helps you (:
Yes, Depo Provera is used as birth control.
NO ! ONLY contraception or abstinence can prevent pregnancy !