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Birth Control Basics

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Birth Control Basics
Presented by MCPN Adolescent Services
Steps to Using a Male Condom Perfectly







It is important to know yourself
when choosing a birth control.

There are tons of options out
there.

Research and find out what’s
best for you!

Choosing the Birth Control that is Right for you…

Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives
(LARCs)

85 out of 100 sexually active women will become pregnant within one year when not using contraception.
Almost half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned.
There is a safe and effective contraception method for every woman. 
THE ONLY 100% EFFECTIVE WAY TO PREVENT PREGNANCY IS ABSTINENCE.


For Your Information

THIS IS NOT A METHOD OF BIRTH CONTROL
No STD/STI protection.
Must take within 5 days or 120 hours after having sex.
EC prevents pregnancy by preventing ovulation, thickening vaginal mucus, or shedding your uterine lining.
Used for emergency situations like rape, broken condom, forgotten BC or unprotected sex.
EC will not work if a woman is already pregnant.
If you are 16 and under you must be seen at a clinic
If you are 17 and older you can get it at a pharmacy without a prescription.

Emergency Contraceptive (EC)/ Morning After pill/ Plan B

Contraceptive Gel – 29% failure rate

Contraceptive Film – 29%

Inserts/Suppositories – 29%

Vaginal Sponge – 16-32%

Diaphragm/Cervical Cap – 16%

Withdrawal/Pulling Out – 27%

Other Methods considerably less effective

Offers no protection against pregnancy but can protect against STD/STI protection.
Used for oral sex on a vulva or anus.
Made of latex.
One time use only.
Flavors include grape, mint, vanilla, strawberry and banana.

Dental Dams

OFFER STD/STI PROTECTION.
Used on a penis for oral, anal and vaginal sex
Made of latex (polyurethane or polyisoprene if you have a latex allergy).
Enemies of the condom: scissors, oils, nails, teeth, another condom, oil-based lubricant and acrylic nails.

Male Condoms

Male Condoms

Female/Insertive Condoms

Dental Dams - STD/STI protection only


Prevents the sperm and the egg from meeting
Provides pregnancy protection.
Barrier methods provide protection against STD/STIs.

Barrier Methods

The Patch

Use condoms for STD/STI protection
Wear a new patch every week for 3 weeks.
During the 4th week, you don’t wear a patch and you will get your period.
You can wear the patch on your arms, upper back, lower back or lower abdomen.
Put the patch on clean, dry skin.
92% effective.


Use condoms for STD/STI protection.
Stops ovulation.
Take 1 pill at the same time everyday.
If you miss pills or take them late, you have less pregnancy protection.
92% effective.

The Pill

Use condoms for STD/STI protection.
Stops ovulation.
Go to a clinic to get a shot every 3 months.
Periods may be irregular and may eventually stop.
97% effective.


The Depo Shot

Stopping Ovulation

Use condoms for STD/STI protection
Prevents egg from implanting on wall of uterus.
Contains no hormones.
Periods may be heavier, especially the first year.
Inserted in uterus and removed by a provider.
Up to 10 years, can be removed sooner.
99.2% Effective

Copper IUD/ Paragard

Use condoms for STD/STI protection
IUD – Intrauterine Device
Inserted into the uterus and removed by a provider.
Period may be irregular and may eventually stop.
Up to 5 years, may be removed sooner.
99.9% Effective



Mirena

Nexplanon

Hormonal Methods
Nexplanon
IUDs
Mirena
ParaGard
Depo-Provera
Pill
Patch
Ring




98% - With perfect use


85% - With typical use

Effectiveness of
Male Condoms

Or a similar schedule

Much more effective

The Pill

This type of schedule is
NOT AS EFFECTIVE!!

Is the pill the right birth control method for you?

Drawbacks of
The Pill

Not recommended because of high failure rate.
Offers no STD/STI protection



We provide STI/D testing, Plan B, pregnancy testing, birth control and free condoms.

Helena Health Center
15501 E 13th Ave
Open 8 am-4:30 pm

Barrier Methods
Pregnancy and HIV tests - $3
STI test - $5
STI treatment - $5
Birth control pills - $8.50/month
Patch - $15/month
Depo shot - $20/3 months
Plan B - $5
Male condom
Insertive/female condom
Use condoms for STD/STI protection
Simple procedure by medical provider.
Inserted under the skin of your upper arm.
May cause irregular bleeding.
Very effective, safe and forgettable.
Up to 3 years, may be removed sooner.
99.95% effective

Nexplanon, Mirena IUD, and ParaGard IUD
Stops Ovulation or prevents sperm from reaching egg
Provides pregnancy protection
MUST USE CONDOMS FOR STD/STI PROTECTION
Over 99% effective
Can get pregnant immediately after removal

Nexplanon
Mirena
ParaGard
The one that you use correctly
What is the best hormonal birth control?
MCPN's Confidential Teen Clinic
Helena Health Center
15501 E. 13th Ave.
North Aurora Clinic
3292 Peoria St.
*We do not refuse services for inability to pay
Depo-Provera
The Pill
The Patch
The Nuva Ring

Other Hormonal Methods

Use condoms for STD/STI protection
Insert into vagina and leave in for 3 weeks.
Remove ring during the 4th week and you will get your period.
May come out during sex, just reinsert.
92% effective.


The Nuva-Ring

1. Buy/Get it from a Pharmacy/Clinic
2. Buying a brand you know/trust such as Trojan, Durex, Lifestyles
3. Storing it at room temperature
4. Checking expiration date/air bubble
5. Opening it correctly
6. Pinching the tip
7. Rolling it to the base of a hard penis the right way before sex
8. Taking it out by holding the base of the penis/condom
9. Taking it off, away from your
partner

10. Throwing it away in the trash
Steps to using a condom perfectly:

1. Buy it/Get it from a Pharmacy/Clinic
2. Buying a brand you know/trust such as Trojan, Durex, Lifestyles
3. Store it at room temperature
4. Checking expiration date/air bubble
5. Opening it correctly
6. Pinching the tip
7. Rolling it to the base of a hard penis, the right way
8.Taking it out by holding the base of the penis/condom.
9. Taking it off, away from your partner.
10. Throwing it away in the trash.

Female/Insertive Condoms

Offers STD/STI protection
Used for vaginal or anal sex.
Made of polyurethane.
Inserted into the vagina/anus.
Remove after sex and throw away.
Should not be used with any other
condom.


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