in recent years, the high flow rate of women of childbearing age has aroused widespread concern of the society, and also attracted the attention of relevant national departments. In fact, there are many contraceptive methods that women can choose, such as IUD, condom, contraceptive pill, etc., but which contraceptive method works best? Which one would you choose? Let's talk about this topic with sihai.com!
At present, there are many contraceptive methods. In addition to the mainstream method of condom, there are other methods such as contraceptive ring, contraceptive pill, contraceptive injection, etc. However, they all have some insurmountable problems, which may even affect the health and safety of users. In some special cases, such as strenuous exercise, improper operation of doctors and so on, the contraceptive ring may cause uterine perforation, and this contraceptive method is not suitable for women with some gynecological diseases. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/jiankang.html)
Another example is the pill. It's three-way toxic, and the pill is no exception. Taking it for a long time will cause menstrual changes, vaginal bleeding, leucorrhea increase, and early pregnancy like reactions. It has very high requirements for the applicable population, such as women with hypertension, diabetes, vascular embolism and other diseases can not take it. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/jiankang.html)
In addition, the contraceptive rate in the safe period is not high. About 20% of the women who use the subcutaneous embedding contraceptive method will have a variety of side effects at the early stage of use, and such methods also have high requirements for the applicable population.
Therefore, experts suggest that: health and safety contraception, the first choice of condoms.