IUDs are said to be fairly effective, though most doctors recommend that they be used in conjunction with another birth control such as an oral, shot, spermicide, etc. About the only major negative I know of with IUDs is that they are not a very good option for women with, shall we say, well-endowed partners. There is a small wire that comes down into the cervix for easy removal when the time comes, which can jab larger males in an extremely uncomfortable place and definitely put the brakes on any further sexual activity (which I suppose is a VERY good contraceptive, but certainly not desired by the majority of couples).
by Heather Jacobs5 months ago
How many children would the average woman have in her lifetime if she did not use birth control?Assuming she was conceiving naturally. What do you think?
by Rabie-M4 months ago
What is the best birth control method for a newly married couple?
by Billie Kelpin7 days ago
(This is the first time I've been back to hubpages for a while because I'm working on my first novel. The protagonist in my story is conflicted about sex before marriage with her young soldier-love interest who is ready...
by Anjili2 years ago
How reasonable is it to put your child on birth control pills at 14 years of age?Kim Kardashian’s matriarch put her on birth control pills at the age of 14 years.
by JP Carlos5 years ago
What should you do when you see condoms or birth control pills in your teenage daughter's room?
by cjhunsinger3 years ago
Where in the Constitution is a women's right to birth control?In The United States of America our Rights are enumerated within the Bill of Rights and to my understanding such a Right does not exist.
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