How Effective is Contraceptive?

How Effective is Contraceptive?

The efficacy of contraceptive depends on factors such as:

  • Your age

  • How often do you have sex

  • Do you use contraception correctly

Most types of contraceptives are more effective than 99% when used correctly.

Male condom is 98% effective. If it is used right and persistently, it is the only type of contraceptive that prevents pregnancy along with STI.

Intrauterine Device-IUD-How Effective is Contraceptive
Intrauterine Device-IUD-How Effective is Contraceptive

Where Can I Find Contraception?

Places where you can get birth control include:

  • Your doctor

  • Sexual Health or Family Planning Clinic

  • Pharmacy.

    Medical Store-How Effective is Contraceptive
    Medical Store-How Effective is Contraceptive

Prevent Contraception

You may need to change the type of contraceptive that you use if you grow up, grow, or change your sexual life in any way.

Generally the reproductive capacity starts to fall below the age of 37, although you still have to use contraception after this time to prevent unplanned pregnancy.

Most women can reach menopause by the time of the age of 55 and usually around the time the use of contraceptive can be advised to stop.