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Sperm Killer: 10 Proven Ways To Prevent Pregnancy

There are numerous ways to enjoy your sex life and how to stop pregnancy until you are ready for it.

# 1 Have sex during your safe period
Many people think that having sex during the safe period is a natural method of family planning and can help prevent unwanted pregnancy. This means having sex between the 8th days to the 20th day of a woman’s menstrual cycle, where the first day of period signifies day one of the menstrual cycle.

#2 Use a condom
This is the easiest and readily available option to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Most people who use a condom aren’t really aware about the right way to use them, which results in disasters during the act. One common mistake people make is to use the wrong lubricant with the condom for better penetration.

Condom

#3 Use birth control pills
These are oral pills to be taken by woman, which reduces the chances of pregnancy considerably. These pills act on various levels, mimicking the hormones of the body, preventing the release of ovum from the ovary, thickening the cervical mucus and stopping the sperm from entering the uterus.

#4 Use intra-vaginal bolus or spermicides
Intra-vaginal boluses are tablets that are administered inside the vagina a few minutes before sexual intercourse. These tablets usually contain a locally acting spermicide in them. The only drawback is you need to wait at least 20 to 30 minutes after inserting the tablet for the spermicide to start working.

#5 Opt for Copper T
When it comes to long-lasting protection for delaying pregnancy, Copper T stands out to be the most suitable option for women. It doesn’t have any adverse side effects and can delay a pregnancy for up to 10 years.

Copper T

#6 Injectable contraceptive
Injectable contraceptives are easy and free from any complication. These are called depot medroxyprogesterone acetate or DMPA injection that is given to a woman every three months to prevent pregnancy.

#7 Emergency contraceptive pills
These pills are usually called the morning-after pills, which help prevent an unwanted pregnancy after an accidental or spontaneous intercourse. However, keep in mind that you need to reach out for this pill within 48 or 72 hours of having unprotected sex.

#8 indulge in foreplay
Sometimes you can have a spontaneous desire without prior preparation, if you don’t want to let go of your feelings, it would be best to indulge in foreplay. Foreplay can also help increase intimacy without having sex and the fear of any early pregnancy sign.

Foreplay

#9 Tubal ligation
Many women opt for tube ligation once they cross the childbearing age to prevent unwanted pregnancy. This is a process of permanent contraception where the fallopian tubes are clamped and blocked from allowing the fertilized egg to enter the uterus.

#10 Vasectomy
Like tubal litigation, vasectomy is one of the best pregnancy prevention. In this procedure, a small incision is made in the scrotum of the man and both the Vas Deferens, that is, ducts that carry sperms are blocked. This doesn’t interfere with a man’s sexual capabilities or erection. This process however doesn’t promise protection from sexually transmitted diseases.

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