For example, contraception is one of the most important links in the life of both sexes. If you are pregnant accidentally, it is likely that the rhythm of life and plans of both people will be disrupted. Nowadays, there are many contraceptive methods, but there are still many women who have abortions in the gynecological clinic of the hospital. It is not unrelated to the loopholes in contraceptive methods.

Question 1: Is there the best contraceptive method?

We can’t understand the news about virgins or even stone pregnancies. After all, it’s too far away from us. But the news that condoms and pills can’t be contraceptives keeps appearing, which makes us feel worried while we are sweet. So many netizens are paying attention to this problem.

Survey results: There is no best, only the best.

At present, there are many contraceptive methods used, such as safe period contraception, condom, contraceptive pill, contraceptive surgery and so on, which have their own characteristics. When choosing contraceptive methods, we should not only consider convenience, but also consider the effect. In particular, we should select the most suitable contraceptive method according to the specific situation of each person. So children’s shoes, there is no contraceptive method in the world is the best for everyone, only one or some method is the most suitable for some people.

Question 2: Is safe contraception reliable?

Most women have a menstrual cycle of 24 to 32 days, and ovulation occurs between 12 and 18 days. Assuming Tang Tang’s regular holiday since February 1, 2010, her menstrual cycle is 28 days and her menstrual cycle comes to tide for 5 days, then 14 is the ovulation period. The first 7 days of ovulation period, namely 7-13 days, and the next 4 days, namely 15-18 days, are also very dangerous. The remaining 6 and 19-28 are relatively safe, so the “safe period” of a woman’s menstrual cycle is also 1. It is not impossible for excessive excitement to induce extra ovulation because of the fluctuation of ovulation time caused by changes in climate, diet, mood and environment.

Survey Result: Safe contraception? Don’t be naive.

Contraception in safe period is relatively safe for women with regular menstruation, but we know that women’s menstruation is not necessarily so regular, there will be many factors affecting it. In addition, there are occasional ovulation. If you change the time, you can get pregnant. According to the data, the failure rate of contraception in safe period can reach 47%. So the so-called “safe period” has very few days to be really safe, and this method is not too reliable.

Question 3: Is condom really 100% safe?

A recent survey on condom safety launched by a popular website showed that 70% of people thought condoms could isolate sperm, 50% thought condoms could isolate sexually transmitted viruses, about 60% thought condoms could isolate HIV, and of course, 30% thought condoms were safe. Neither material can be totally isolated, but nevertheless, it is better than none.

Survey results: If condom is really safe, it should compete with Viagra.

After using condoms, there are many functions, including avoiding sexually transmitted diseases and achieving the effect of contraception, but there are still many problems. Just tell us one data, there will be 10% failure rate in using condoms.

Compared with the pill, condoms bring a certain degree of “safety” to women’s bodies, but equating condoms with condoms is only an illusion. It only blocks the dating of eggs and sperm, but it fails to eliminate their “dark aging”. So netizens, if you think condom is as safe as a dam, it may crush our lives at some point. As some people have said, if condoms have such safety effects, I think they should sell at the same price as Viagra.

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