Pros and cons of popular birth control methods

The “no birth control” methods are 100% guaranteed and effective. To proof this thing, you can compare 3 popular birth control methods that require a doctor’s prescription and other two free from any sort of doctor prescription.

A birth control shot or (Depo-Provera) is the most effective birth control drug that provides approximately 97% results. This shot requires a doctor’s prescription and it has its effective for 3 months. This shot does not protect the couple against STDs or STIs. This shot may have some possible side effects with other drugs like irregular or no periods and weight gain.

The most commonly used method is known as the “pill.” It has 92% effective results with the condition that you have take the pills at the same time every day. Just like birth control shot, pill doesn’t protect against STDs or STIs. A person may suffer from side effects like nausea, headaches, and breast tenderness.

The Patch or Ortho Evra is backed with 92% effective results. This patch must be replaced weekly as it releases hormones that stop the ovaries from releasing eggs. Moreover, it thickens cervical mucus which prevents sperm from travelling into the uterus.

Among all, the male condoms are the most popular and cheapest form of birth control. The condoms are available over-the-counter and helps the couple to protect against STDs and STIs.

The birth control pills like Depo-Provera shot, the patch, male condoms, and patch all available from online Canadian pharmacies. A person can save a lot from traditional brick-and-mortar pharmacies.