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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Contraceptive Methods THE PILLThe contraceptive pill was invented in 1960. Fifty years on, many new inventions have been added to the list of available contraception methods, but the pill remains the most popular form of female contraception 95%EFFECTIVENESS: THE MALE CONDOMIt is a strong contender to the title of most common contraception method. It is easy to use, affordable and offers the best protection against STIs. 99%EFECTIVENESS: THE FEMALE CONDOMIt is one of the few types of contraception methods thatyou can buy over-the-counter at pharmacies and grocery stores without a prescription 99%EFECTIVENESS: THE DIAPHRAGMwhich is placed inside the vagina so that it prevents the sperm from getting into the uterus. Despite being a barrier method, it doesn't protect against STIs. 70%EFECTIVENESS: CONTRACEPTIVE PATCHExactly the same thing as the contraceptive pill but in the form of a patch. It provides the same effective protection against pregnancy and has the side effects (positive and negative). It does not protect from STIs.You wear the patch for three weeks, take it off for one week - allowing your menstrual cycle then you start with a new patch. The patch is an interesting option in as much as you don't need to think about taking the pill every day. 90% EFECTIVENESS The history of contraception is rich and colorful- and the future holds exciting possibilities Which of these exciting new methods will be using in the future ? only time will tell
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