Unwanted pregnancy is a nightmare that can have a devastating impact on your life. To avoid such situations, it is important to know the best ways to have safe sex. Contraceptive pills and depots, as well as intrauterine devices, are all recommended ways to avoid pregnancy. For added safety, there are natural ways to prevent pregnancy.
Talk to your doctor if you are already planning your family and don’t want to have children in the future.
Pregnancy, or No Pregnancy?
If you haven’t had your period for a while, this is the most obvious sign that you are pregnant. As you can see, your period is approximately four weeks late if you have missed a period. However, you will have conceived around two weeks before the due date. If you are unsure, take a pregnancy test. Other changes may also have occurred in your body such as fatigue, nausea, tenderness, or tenderness in the breasts. You might also experience mood swings or headaches that are early signs of pregnancy. It is possible that you don’t even know you skipped your period. When you don’t know what to do to avoid pregnancy, it can be difficult to know the right steps to take. These are some of the most popular ways to prevent pregnancy.
Fertility awareness techniques
Natural contraceptives may be an option if you are unsure how to prevent pregnancy. Natural contraceptives are called “natural” because they don’t use any pills or other devices and aren’t mechanical. These methods to prevent pregnancy require that a man or woman have no sexual intercourse during fertilizations of an egg by sperm. Fertility Awareness methods (FAMs), are based upon a woman’s ability predict when she will ovulate each month. You must know the signs and symptoms that indicate when ovulation is expected to occur in order to use a FAM.
These are some methods.
This method can be used if you have an existing form of protection. Avoid the ovulation days which usually occur two weeks before menstruation. To track your ovulation days, and to plan your intercourse well, it’s a good idea for you to consult a fertility specialist. Although the first seven days and last seven of your cycle are generally considered safe, this method shouldn’t be relied upon alone because of variations in ovulation and menstrual cycles.
Track your basal body temp
Once your menstruation has ended, you can begin to record your basal body temperatures. Your basal body temperature rises when ovulation starts and peak on the day of ovulation. You can avoid becoming pregnant if you have no intercourse at this time. A woman’s body makes a clear jelly-like fluid in the days leading up to ovulation. Avoiding sex for at least 5 days prior to fertilization (pregnancy), can help you avoid this. Because sperms left over from an intercourse can remain in the body for as long as 5 days.
As stated at the start of this article, natural methods to prevent unwanted pregnancy are less reliable and more successful than condoms, contraceptive pills or other medical contraceptive device. Safe sex is the best option. You can also choose a safe method of contraception that you like. Talk to your doctor about how you can feel confident and free from anxiety.