So many people are having babies that they’re not ready for when they should really be planning for it. Read this article to learn some of the many ways that you can prevent a pregnancy that you’re not ready for. Also good tips for alternative methods.
Abstinence. It may not be fun, but it’s a guaranteed way to prevent pregnancy. If you can’t take responsibility for your body and the act of procreation, just don’t have sex.
Take Neem. Neem is an herb that can be taken by a man in pill form to kill sperm. It must be taken daily. Neem can also be used as a vaginal cream by a woman for the same purpose, but the cream is very difficult to acquire in the US. The capsules can be found at most natural goods shops.
Use condoms. Condoms are a fairly inexpensive way to prevent pregnancy. They should be put on prior to sexual contact, and thrown away after the act. Condoms can even be fun, as these days they come in all sorts of flavors, colors, and some even have features for added sensation. Condoms can be found at nearly every store.
Use female condoms. Less popular than male condoms, but effective.
Get a vasectomy. This surgery will make it so a male cannot deliver active sperm into the female.
Get a Tubal Ligation. Otherwise known as “getting your tubes tied”. This is a surgical procedure for women that prevents viable eggs from being fertilized in the womb.
Use birth control pills. “The Pill” is a commonly used hormone treatment for women which prevents the fertilization and implantation of the egg.
Get the injection. There are a few types of birth control chemicals that can be delivered through injection, or by implanting a small device in the arm of the woman.
Get a hysterectomy. This is a drastic surgical procedure that will remove the uterus. Any woman undergoing this procedure will never be able to have children.
* Always be responsible when having sex. Disease in not the only thing you should be worried about. Just because people are designed to create children, doesn’t mean they should. Be sure you are mentally, emotionally and financially stable, and fully prepared before becoming pregnant and bringing a child into the world.
* I am not a doctor, and my descriptions of the procedures may not be in the best wording. Consult a professional physician for more information.