Advantages And Disadvantages Of Birth Control

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Birth control: the action of preventing unwanted and unexpected pregnancies, especially by use of medicines or particular devices to prevent children birth as a result of sexual activity.

Why birth control:
People don’t want to have children for some months because of their education.
People who were pregnant before marriage
63% of women have said that access to contraception has allowed them to take better care of themselves and their families. In addition to this, birth control has also allowed them to financially support themselves (56%), complete their education (51%), and keep or get a job (50%)(https://www.birthcontrol.com/international-contraception-day-2017/)

Some of the birth control methods:
Birth Control Patch

Birth Control Vaginal Ring (NuvaRing)
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The people who are using doesn’t know most of the disadvantages of using those. The following gives detail and awareness.

Use of Condoms for birth control:
Mostly, women use condoms since from using these they get satisfied with sexual desire and keeps them away from pregnancy. There are many advantages as well as disadvantages of using condoms.

Side effects of Condoms:
1)Latex Allergy
Since many condoms are made from rubber latex, some people experience an allergic response to the protein in the rubber. Symptoms might differ in demonstration and severity, ranging from sneezing, hives, itching or flushing to higher severe signs and symptoms, such as wheezing, swelling, dizziness etc. In certain conditions, latex allergy leads to life-threatening conditions.

2) Condoms do not protect from all STIs
Even though condoms can decrease the hazard of genital herpes, they don't shield each part of the skin in which the herpes virus can shed and be spread to an infected sexual partner.

3) Natural skin condoms: these are porous enough to allow HIV and other sexually transmitted

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