Pregnancy: The Pros And Cons Of Birth Control

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Birth control means things that can be done to ensure that pregnancy happens only when wanted. Nowadays there are numerous methods to assure birth control. But sometimes these options are not really a 100% effective. The only guarantee option to birth control that I think would be effective is abstinence. Also, I believe that the Male and Female condom is the most accessible and inexpensive form of birth control out there. The majority of teens use condoms the first time they have intercourse to prevent pregnancy at an early age. Also people who use condoms say it is just as pleasurable as people who don’t. Several studies have shown that the percentage rate for broken condoms is less than 2%. The only side affects to condoms are, latex allergy in which can…show more content…
I believe that it is a safe method for both male and females. The price for spermicide is also inexpensive, it can also be combined with other barriers, in which the failure rate for pregnancy becomes even more less. Sterilization is another good method I would choose; in 1995 pregnancy prevention through sterilization has dropped drastically since then. It also is the permanent method of birth control. Also I would mostly choose family planning, it is a best way to prevent unwanted pregnancy, because there’s just no risk in abstinence whatsoever. Birth control pills to my perspective are the most dangerous methods of preventing unwanted birth. It imposes synthetic hormones to a female’s natural cycle. Abnormal menstrual cycles are another side affect from using the pill method of contraceptive. Physical and sometime permanents changes start to take place while using the pill. You have to get a prescription for these pills and sometimes the doctors wont even tell you about the risks of long-term use of these pills, plus its just unnatural. Why would you use something that stops a natural process on a body, seems a little too
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