What is the best prevention?

 
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Many women are still super confused about which kind of Birth Control is most effective…
Why do we get kids even we don’t want to get kids?
We are often our worst enemy…
Often we do self sabotage our desired outcome. In addition, our animal mind wants children. The animal mind is our most influential decision maker!!
So what, even with our best intention not to get kids, in a stressful or lovely situation we lose our control, and the baby will be procreated.
How about the prevention methods?
1.) Sterilization is the safest way of prevention… But what is if you want later a kid from your dream partner?
2.) Anti-baby pill… The Anti-Baby pill is 100% safe if you take EVERY DAY AT THE SAME TIME the Anti-baby pill. Over one year, 9% of the women are getting a baby by taking the Anti-Baby pill!
My sister explained to me when you stop to take for one day the Anti-Baby pill, the women will be fertilized and gets an ovulation….
3.) Condoms, Tesar … 18% of the women will get a baby within one year… Why? Today the condoms have a high quality. Still, you have to apply them in the right way and fingernails can hurt them quite well!
4.) IUD is the safest method. Only 0.2 to 0.8% of women have the same chance of becoming pregnant. (*Sigh of relief.*)
An IUD is a small, T-shaped device with a string attached to the end. The female doctor will put this IUD in the uterus, and with the string, he or the female can remove the IUD.
The problem is that some women will feel uncomfortable at the beginning with the IUD and don’t like it. And after some days the uncomfortable feeling disappears.
You can have this IUD with a ParaGard that kills the sperm through its copper coil… Who is allergic to copper should not use it with the ParaGard…
The next option is Hormonal IUD. The Hormonal IUD release progestin hormones to thicken your cervical mucus and stop ovulation.
The procedure to insert the IUD is quite fast and can also be painful when your vagina cramps…
IUDs start working immediately. You can have sex, exercise, and use tampons. An IUD is effective for 3 to 10 years, depending on the type. Your doctor can remove it at any time.
My Video: What is the best prevention? https://youtu.be/ZKWaOsy6x4o
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
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