What Is Contraception?

The act of preventing pregnancy is known as contraception. It could be a gadget, medication, process, or behavior. Contraception gives a woman control over her reproductive health and allows her to be an active participant in family planning.

There are 7 various types of contraception available, and you can select the one that best meets your needs.

  • You can use male and female condoms, spermicidal gel, an emergency contraceptive pill, or a diaphragm if you are comfortable using a contraceptive every time you have sex.
  • A contraceptive pill is the greatest option if you want something you can use every day.
  • If you want an option that is replaced weekly then you’ll find the Contraceptive patch the most useful.
  • A vaginal ring has to be replaced every month.
  • Contraceptive injections can be taken every three months.
  • A Contraceptive ink implant can be renewed every three years.
  • Intra Uterine Device (IUD) and Intra Uterine Systems(IUS) can be replaced every five years.

There are numerous other criteria from which to choose. You can choose the ideal contraceptive technique for yourself based on your age, menstrual cycle, and other preferences.

Dr. Nandita Palshetkar, one of the greatest gynecologists’ in Mumbai, will provide you the best advise that is specifically targeted to your needs. Dr. Palshetkar is well-known for her expertise in genecology and obstetrics, and she has assisted hundreds of women with their pregnancies (both prevention and support). Consult with a professional to determine the best solutions for you.