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My elementary school classmate gave birth to her precious son at the beginning of the year and had a second child at the end of the year. That’s right, holding two babies a year!
That’s amazing! That’s amazing! That’s amazing!
The reason, as everyone has guessed, is actually due to contraceptive failure!
According to a report, the probability of contraceptive failure when using condoms completely correctly is approximately 1 in 2600;
Let’s take a look at an interesting set of data:
Someone conducted a survey, which showed that less than half of the population felt that the safety period was unreliable, and more than half had used external ejaculation and emergency contraceptives for contraception.
How unreliable are the various contraceptive methods? Take a look!
Failure index ★★★
It’s too unreliable to use breastfeeding for contraception! According to survey statistics, about one-third of lactating mothers become pregnant before their menstrual cycle resumes. Some people mistakenly believe that without menstruation during breastfeeding, they won’t get pregnant. As a result, if one child is still starving, the second child will report, isn’t it tiring?! Breastfeeding contraception, really unreliable, focus on it! Don’t hold onto the mentality of luck!
Failure index ★★★★★
Hahaha, you can control yourself, but you can’t control your sperm! Extracorporeal ejaculation is so popular because it allows you to avoid the constraints of TT and the risk of taking medication. However, this contraceptive method has significant loopholes. If the man cannot “brake” in a timely manner, it can cause some semen to ejaculate into the vagina, even if it can be controlled freely. Over time, it can also have an impact on male sexual function, such as premature ejaculation.
Emergency contraceptive pills
Failure index ★★★
Emergency contraceptives are disposable after sexual activity and are usually suitable for use after the failure of conventional contraception methods. This method not only has a high failure rate of contraception, but also has obvious side effects. In addition to severe adverse reactions such as nausea, vomiting, and irregular vaginal bleeding, it can often cause menstrual disorders for several consecutive months. It’s a medicine that’s three parts toxic! And during lactation, one should also bear the heavy responsibility of breastfeeding, and should not take medication casually.
Upper contraceptive ring
Failure index ★★
IUD insertion is a small surgery that involves placing an intrauterine device (IUD) in a woman’s uterus to achieve contraceptive effects. Many people believe that IUD is the most commonly used and long-lasting contraceptive method. However, the postpartum mother’s uterus is in the recovery period, and premature placement of an intrauterine device is not only prone to detachment, but also prone to infection, leaving behind sequelae. Generally, natural delivery should be placed with an intrauterine device after 3 months postpartum, and cesarean section should be placed after 6 months. And, after all, ligation is surgery, so if you want to have another baby, you need to carefully consider it to avoid regret.
Postpartum contraception method, with condoms consistently ranking first
Although there are various contraceptive methods, such as condoms, intrauterine devices, and oral contraceptives. But, the editor here sincerely recommends that using condoms for contraception is the best!
But many men are very conflicted, feeling that using condoms during sexual intercourse can be “uncomfortable”, “too troublesome”, and “too disappointing”. However, marital sex not only satisfies men, but also takes into account women’s feelings.
There’s nothing to worry about, men should be more responsible at this time. Mothers who are still breastfeeding are not suitable for taking birth control pills because the ingredients of the pills can be passed on to the baby through milk or are detrimental to the baby. Wearing an intrauterine device can also have an impact on the body. So, for the sake of the new mother’s health, please take the initiative to wear a condom.