There are many different types. There's the pill, which you take orally. There's the implant which is a little flexible rod under your skin in your arm, there are male and female condoms, the deppo injection in the muscle on your bottom, the coil which is a device implanted into the neck of your womb and there is the morning after pill which is emergency contraception incase something "doesn't go to plan!" However this isn't a regular form of contraception and should only be used in an emergency! Good luck :o)
push push and push............................................................................. :)
Abstinence. Withdrawl Method.
Contraception is defined as methods or devices used to avoid getting pregnant. Birth control means the same thing. Therefore, all birth control methods are used for contraception.
Douching, withdrawal and Natural family planning.
It is extremely rare to get pregnant on the contraceptive implant. It is one of the most effective methods of reversible contraception.
The most popular searches are for methods of contraception. There are some 15 different forms of contraception that can be used and it's best to talk with your health care profession.
For women: Tubal ligation. For men, vasectomy.
Condoms and foam are non-prescription methods. Dipahragms are by prescription. All of these methods are barrier methods.
Abortion methods should not be confused with methods to prevent pregnancy (contraceptive methods, including emergency contraception). Contraceptive methods work by preventing ovulation (the release of an egg) or by stopping the egg and sperm from meeting. Contraceptive methods, including emergency contraception, cannot be used to terminate or interrupt an established pregnancy. You can visit findmymethod.org to learn more about contraceptive methods.
The purpose of contraception - is to prevent unwanted pregnancies !
Condoms; other barrier methods; contraceptive pills; periodic abstinence. You may want to read, for example, the Wikipedia article on contraception to get more detailed information.