you should seek information regarding pregnancy prevention methods from health workers.
Health checks should be carried out regularly for a total sexual and reproductive health.
Some of the Contraceptive Methods
Contraceptive Pills and Needles
Fertilization and/or pregnancy can be prevented through hormonal mechanisms.
It is necessary to regularly use these preventive methods is mandatory for them to be successful.
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
The Intrauterine Device (IUD), also called a spiral or ring, is an instrument that is usually inserted into the uterus by a specialist for birth control purposes.
It would be applied by health workers who have previously received the necessary education for it.
Ovariectomies and vasectomies
Surgically closing Sperm channels and ovarian tubes. In this way, the union of the ovarian cell and the sperm would be prevented, and fertilization would be hedged.
Morning After Pills
It is also known as the emergency contraceptive method. This method can be used after unprotected sexual intercourse that is either willful or a result of violence. Depending on the type of pill, it should be taken within 72/120 hours. The earlier it is used, the more effective it is, it does not have any effect after pregnancy has occurred. It is available from pharmacies without a prescription. It is not a suitable method of protection for regular use, it was developed for use in emergency situations.
Condoms (colloquially known as preservatives), unlike other contraceptive methods, are the only methods that are also protective against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
It ensures that the semen/sperm is kept in the condom and prevents the contact of body fluids with the partner. In addition to being one of the methods of preventing pregnancy, condoms should also be used to protect against sexually transmitted infections. Condoms are disposable. The same condom should not be washed and it should only be used once, it should be renewed before each intercoure. Condoms should be used from the beginning to the end of the sexual intercoure to prevent both sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy.