Children can be a blessing, but lets face it not everyone is prepared to have kids. So for those of you who are not ready for child rearing this article is for you. I will list and detail 20 forms of birth control. Yes I said 20! So with using one of these methods, or combining a couple you should be able to protect yourself from getting impregnated.
2. Withdrawal (Pull Out Method) – Pull your dick out of her pussy before you cum! This method is not always effective and will not prevent STD’s.
3. Vasectomy – With a vasectomy the doctor will close or block the tubes that carry semen. This cost on average between $350-$1000. Most men are terrified of having their scrotum cut so the next method might be better for you. Will not prevent STD’s.
4. Condoms – Condoms are a great means of birth control. Once you find the correct fit be it regular, magnum or XL. Using a condom that is to small can cause it to break. Use a condom that is to large and it can fall off inside of your woman. Dont be a prick use the correct size. If used properly condoms will prevent pregnancy and STD’s. Always remember if in doubt double wrap it.
5. Birth Control Implant (Implanon and Nexplanon) – A matchstick-sized rod that is inserted in the arm to prevent pregnancy. Costs between $400 and $800 up front, but lasts up to three years. Will not prevent STD’s
.6. Birth Control Patch (Ortho Evra) – A small patch that sticks to your skin to prevent pregnancy. Costs about $15–$80 a month. Will not prevent STD’s.
7. Cervical Cap (FemCap) – A silicone cup inserted into the vagina to prevent pregnancy. Costs about $60–$75 last up to 2 years. Will not prevent STD’s.
8. Breastfeeding – Sometimes called LAM (Lactational Amenorrhea Method). Breastfeeding can be used as birth control when a woman breastfeeds her baby exclusively. That means the baby does not drink anything besides breast milk. The act of breastfeeding naturally changes a woman’s hormones so that she does not become pregnant. Will not prevent STD’s.
9. Fertility Awareness-Based Methods (FAMs) – Charting your fertility to help prevent pregnancy. Will not prevent STD’s.
10. Female Condoms – A pouch inserted into the vagina to prevent pregnancy. Will reduce the chances of getting STD’s but will not prevent them. Cost about $4 each and can be used for both vaginal and anal sex.
11. Birth Control Sponge (Today Sponge) – A foam sponge inserted into the vagina to prevent pregnancy. Costs $9–$15 for a package of three sponges. Will not prevent STD’s.
12. Birth Control Pills – Take a pill each day to prevent pregnancy. Cost about $15–$50 each month. Will not prevent STD’s.
13. IUD – Small, “T-shaped” device inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. Costs between $500 and $1,000 up front, but lasts up to 12 years. Will not prevent STD’s.