Presentation on theme: "BIRTH CONTROL. Types of Birth Control Estrogen and Progesterone Combined Estrogen and Progesterone Combined –Birth Control Pill or Oral Contraceptive."— Presentation transcript:
Types of Birth Control Estrogen and Progesterone Combined Estrogen and Progesterone Combined –Birth Control Pill or Oral Contraceptive –Nuva Ring –Ortho evra patch Progesterone Only Progesterone Only –Depo (injection) –Mini Pill –Implanon Birth Control –Mirena IUD –Plan B or Morning after pill Non Hormonal Non Hormonal –Condoms –Diaphragm –Spermicide –IUD –Tubaligation –Sponges None medical birth control None medical birth control –Withdrawal or Pulling out (does not work) –Natural Family Planning
Complications Blood Clots Blood Clots DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis Risk are increased if women are over the age 35 and/or smoking. Risk are increased if women are over the age 35 and/or smoking.
More Details Oral Contraceptive Oral Contraceptive –The pill is taken for 21 days straight –Bleeding may occur during 7 day break –Takes seven days to start working –99.2% Effective Mini Pill Mini Pill –Ovulation Irregular –Safe for Breast Feeding –95% Effective –Taken Everyday
More Details RU 486 RU 486 –Progesterone Receptor Inhibitor –Sometimes called the Abortion pill. Plan B or Morning After Plan B or Morning After –Oral –90% Effective –Take after intercourse, the sooner the better. –Possible bleeding Mirena Mirena –IUD –99% Effective – Surgical Implanted –Risk: Infection –5 years Implanon Implanon –Implanted into Arm –Last 3 years
Submitted by Dashaunn Bowman Woolard, University of Michigan