Nowadays, many women hope to adopt some natural contraceptive measures, and safe period contraception is one of them. However, I need to remind everyone here that safe period contraception is not very safe, especially for some women without medical knowledge, and for some women with irregular menstruation, the failure rate will be higher.

The concept of safe period contraception refers to the relatively dangerous period of pregnancy, which is the days before and after ovulation. Generally speaking, it is the three days before ovulation and the two days after ovulation. If it exceeds this time, it can be considered a relatively safe period. However, it is important to note that even women with normal menstrual cycles may experience slight changes in their ovulation cycle due to different conditions in each cycle, especially due to external environmental disturbances such as work pressure, changes in environmental factors, illness, etc., which may lead to early or delayed ovulation. If this situation occurs, then this relatively safe period is not very safe.

In addition, a good way to determine the safety period is to determine the condition of vaginal discharge wire drawing. Because during the ovulation period, vaginal secretions will slightly increase and the stretch will be longer, like egg white. If combined with the observation of vaginal secretions, the effect of safe period contraception will be slightly better.

However, in the end, I would like to remind everyone that safe period contraception is not safe, it is just an inefficient contraceptive measure. In fact, the academic community does not advocate the use of safe period contraception, especially for women who cannot accurately determine their ovulation period.


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