There are many ways to prevent contraception. Many women are looking for these methods, and for us, you can use contraceptive implants. Contraception is used for contraception for up to 4 years. It is a small, thin penis of up to size This progesterone-producing penis is implanted in the upper part of the arm. This hormone prevents pregnancy by increasing the thickness of mucus in the cervix, which prevents sperm from reaching the egg and prevents ovulation. When a woman wants to conceive, the doctor removes the implant from the arm and the woman can then conceive.
It is possible to use a uterine coil, which is a type of copper coil, and the hormonal hormone, which releases the hormone progesterone, a small tool that has the form of T, put in the uterus through a simple procedure takes 5-10 minutes, and operates the coil to prevent pregnancy By preventing the sperm from reaching the egg or preventing the implantation of the egg in the wall of the uterus after fertilization by the sperm, and both types are effective in preventing pregnancy by 99% of the cases.
Hormonal injection is used and a hormonal injection is used as a drug called Medroxyprogesterone acetate, which lasts for a long period of up to three months, and works to prevent the ovulation and increase the thickness of mucous secretions in the cervix, and this hormonal injection can reduce or increase the abundance of menstruation, Lead to a period of menstrual period, especially after taking the injection for a year or more, and other side effects of the hormonal injection headache, abdominal pain, dizziness, nervousness, and low level of libido.
The vaginal ring also comes in the form of a ring of soft plastic, contains hormones estrogen and progesterone, and are placed in the vagina for three weeks. The vaginal ring is similar to the contraceptive pill, which prevents ovulation. The ring is removed at the end of the third week and a new ring is placed after a week of rest without using the ring to allow menstrual bleeding.
The contraceptive pill comes in the shape of a thin square patch up to 4.5 cm long and is placed on the abdomen, buttocks, or the outer part of the arm or upper part of the trunk except the breasts. The patch secrete the estrogen and progesterone hormones that prevent contraception, The patch is in place for a whole week where a new patch is placed every week for 3 weeks, leaving one week without sticking it in. It is the fourth week of menstrual bleeding.