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Condoms, side-effects

 
Condoms, side-effects

Your needs: You're after the easiest method around and you're a bit wary of some forms of contraception, which is why condoms are best for you. You hate the thought of bleeding, hot flushes, headaches and side-effects from contraceptives; you're worried the Pill could make you put on weight, the implant will mess up your cycle or the coil would get lost inside you. Besides, you don't like the idea of messing with your hormones.

Our advice: Whether you're single or in a relationship, condoms could be the right choice for you, as long as you remember them! You can use either feminine or masculine confoms: it's up to you. If you're a young, single maneater, condoms are vital if you want to ptotect yourself against STDs. Howeber, they're not 100% effective and you're advised to use another method in case of accidents. The mini Pill, which contains lower doses of hormones, could be a good compromise. If you get unwanted side effects, change your Pill.




  
  


Questions:

Profiles: You want
a contraceptive that doesn't have any side-effects

Sarah Horrocks
2008/11/26
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