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There r many ways for Birth Control, like:
1. IUDs (loops): including the Copper T or the Nova T, they give efficiency from 95%, Most failures are during the first 3 months after insertion, so I would like to suggest the usage of Condoms in those 3 months accompanied with IUD insertion. There action is doing some sort of chronic inflammation in the wall of uterus
so fertilized ova can't be implanted.
2. OCP: Pills are good & have high efficiency, they contain hormones (estrogen
), but there disadvantage that they will cause re-assortment of ur body fat from the female pear shaped to the male apple shaped body.
3. Local Methods: like Condoms, Diaphragms, ... etc
U have to consult ur obstetrician to choose the best method suiting ur case & health