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Q: What is the most effective and least expensive form of birth control?
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What is the least effective form of birth control?

Probably praying is the least effective form of birth control.

What methods of birth control is least expensive and most effective?

The depo prevara shot u get it every three months sooo affective i been using it for 2 years .

What is the easiest birth control with the least side effects?

Anal sex, it's 100% effective.

Can you get pregnant if you have only been taking birth control for three days?

yes absolutely. you should be taking the birth control for at least a week or two for it to be fully effective.

Can you use birth control suppositories that have expired?

Birth control suppositories are one of the least effective methods to begin with. Withdrawal is more effective than spermicide used alone. Consider getting some condoms and throwing out the expired suppositories.

Examples of contraceptives?

Condoms, IUDs, birth control pills, depot birth control medications (e.g. monthly, or quarterly), morning-after pill methods, contraceptive sponge, cervical cap, sterilization ... and the least effective method of contraception - the "rhythm method".

Is withdrawal a safe practice of birth control?

If you're on Birth Control and using the Withdrawal Method then you're at the very least as safe as you would be on Birth Control. If you look at it as a percentage though... Less sperm in the vagina reduces the possibility of pregnancy and Birth Control lessens the possibility of Pregnancy as well. So, in effect, you're safer. -Note: The Withdrawal Method is not an effective form of contraceptive.

Why is contraceptive injection the least effective method?

It's not, used as directed it is one of the most effective methods of birth control. Less than 1 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year, while on DepoProvera.

Could you be at risk of pregnancy if your boyfriend pulled out and then you started taking your birth control after it considering you hadn't taken birth control pills in a while?

Basically what is being asked here: can you be at risk of pregnancy if you don't use birth control - obviously, the answer is yes. Pregnancy is always a risk when sexually active, although withdrawal can be used as birth control when used correctly other methods like the pill are more effective. You'd have to have been taking the pill for AT LEAST a week for it to be effective in preventing pregnancy.

Does the birth control patch work during your period?

If you use it correctly for at least one week, the birth control patch is effective even if you're bleeding. You still have protection during the patch-free week if you used the patch correctly in the previous weeks.

Can you use spermacide as birth control?

That is its intended use. However, it is not one of the most effective methods of birth control. Statistically, if a woman relies solely on the use of spermicides for a period of 6 years, she will almost certainly become pregnant at least once in that time.

When are you least likely to not get pregenant?

When you use birth control