No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.
Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.
Tubal ligation and Essure are permanent birth control methods for women.
There is no single "best birth control method." Women have different needs, insurance coverage issues, and preferences. The patch is useful for women who want a reliable method that doesn't require daily activity.
The 'rhythm method' is not safe sex or effective as a birth control.
Yes, you can change to a different method of birth control. You can have the copper IUD inserted at anytime, and can start a different hormonal method of birth control after ten weeks.
No, NuvaRing is a combined hormonal birth control method.
No method of birth control is 100% effective.
Yes, the birth control patch is a hormonal method
No, the birth control patch is a hormonal method of contraception.