[Practical methods of contraception]_Contraception

Now many female friends are paying more and more attention to their health problems, and at the same time, the rights of women and children are more and more protected by the outside world. Some people in many cities choose work as long as they have work or life reasons.A child or no child first, at this time you need to do contraception in sexual life, so what are the practical contraceptive methods?

1. Condoms Condoms (condoms) prevent pregnancy through non-drug forms. They are mainly used to prevent human sperm and egg from binding during sexual intercourse to prevent pregnancy.

In addition, condoms also prevent the spread of gonorrhea, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, so they are also called condoms. The current condom materials are usually made of natural rubber or polyurethane.

Condom advantages: 1.

Moderate price and easy to use; 2.

Can achieve a certain role in preventing sexually transmitted diseases; 3.

Can reduce male sensitivity and delay ejaculation; 4.

Can avoid foreskin contact with the cervix, reduce the incidence of cervical cancer.

Condom disadvantages: 1.

Most traditional condoms use silicone oil lubricants. This lubricant is alkaline and does not match the weakly acidic environment of the woman’s vagina. At the same time, the silicone oil component is very strong and easy to be on the vaginal wall. Long-term use will endanger female reproductive health, Cause gynecological diseases; 2.

Traditional condoms are mainly made of rubber. This material has a natural gap of 5000-70,000 nanometers, so it cannot effectively block a variety of viruses.

2.

Contraceptives Contraceptives (contraceptives) generally refer to oral contraceptives. There are oral contraceptives for women and oral contraceptives for men.

Its contraceptive principle is mainly through inhibiting ovulation and changing cervical mucus, making it difficult for sperm to penetrate, or reducing the production of liver sugar by the uterine glands, making it difficult for blastocysts to survive, or changing the way the uterus and fallopian tubes move, preventing fertilizationTransport of eggs.

A drug that prevents the combination of sperm and eggs to form a fertilized egg to achieve contraceptive purposes.

3.

Intrauterine device (Intrauterine device) is also called birth control ring[1], which was developed in ancient times.

According to records, ancient Arabs and Turks added small stones to the camel’s womb to prevent the camel from becoming pregnant during a long journey in the desert.

In the mid-11th century, Israeli scientist Avicenna reported on the use of contraceptives.

In the late 19th century, the use of a metal handle with a handle was used to correct the position of the uterus, and it could also be used to induce labor and prevent pregnancy.

These devices actually enter the uterine cavity again and are not really functional IUDs.

The birth control ring is considered to be “popular among women” because it can achieve contraceptive purposes without affecting sexual life.

It is supplemented, “safe and effective”, and adverse reactions are “mild”. At present, mandatory placement of this ring has become an important measure for women’s postpartum contraception.

In summary: For women before childbirth, they should choose a reliable contraceptive method that does not affect future fertility, and mainly choose short-acting contraceptive methods.

The preferred method is a compound short-acting oral contraceptive. Condoms and topical spermicides can also be used, but the contraceptive effect is slightly worse than oral contraceptives.

The above is an introduction about practical contraceptive methods. However, the specific relative method should be judged according to its actual situation. Even now it is recommended to have two children at the same time, but many friends have not planned this, so they mustTake self-confidence measures and don’t do some abortion surgery after discovering pregnancy.