Barrier contraception

What is Barrier contraception?

Use of a shield to prevent sperms from entering the female genital tract is barrier contraception. There are two main methods, male and female condoms. The male condoms are worn on the penis and ejaculation occurs inside it. The female condom is fitted in the vagina and the ejaculated sperms collect inside. In addition to preventing pregnancy they also prevent against sexually transmitted diseases.

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hello Dr,
my period cycle 6 day to next month 6 jan 2014 but i take a medicine unwanted 72 in same month the period come 25th jan 2014. next month...

doctor1 MD

Hi ,
Menstruation occuring during 20 -35 day is completely normal .As mentioned on Jan you had cycle after 20 days , then after 31 days and now in...

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A nurse advised me to take Mononessa for the 1st month after I got started on the Depo provera shot. When I got to my period pills I went online to...

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Brief Answer:
use only depot with barrier contraception

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thanks for contacting health care magic.

Well it is true that two...

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hi there, i just started taking progestrone in beginning of april and have already taken it twice from my cycle. i was suppose to start my period...

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Hello,
Thanks for your query. Ideally it takes 2 to 7 days for the progesterone withdrawal bleeding to occur. As you mentioned you are already...

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