Cervical cap as a method of contraception: what you need to know
What is the cervical cap, what are the pros and cons of its use, and also to whom is this method of contraception suitable, read on UAUA.info.
If a man’s spermatozoon reaches one of the eggs of a woman, then pregnancy occurs. Can be calculated from the ovulation calendar quot; dangerous “; the days when pregnancy is most likely. Contraception is aimed at preventing this process, stopping the development of the body of a woman’s eggs or keeping the eggs away from sperm. One of the barrier methods is the cervical (contraceptive) cap.
- When used correctly with spermicide, the cap is able to provide up to 92 96% efficiency in protecting against unwanted pregnancy.
- The product does not carry any serious health risks
- You need to remember about contraception immediately before sex
- The cap can be inserted inside a few hours before sex
- Perhaps you will need time to learn how to use it.
- Some women develop cystitis during the use of the cap. The doctor will help to solve the problem by selecting a product of a smaller size.
- If you lose or gain more than 3 kg, or you have had childbirth, abortion, miscarriage mdash; you may need a new cap
- Using condoms in combination with a diaphragm will help protect against STI.