Birth control pill's are a pill thickens cervical mucus, blocking…
Birth control pill's are a pill thickens cervical mucus, blocking passage of sperm in to uterus
Long term side effects of pill
Disrupts menstrual cycle
Uterine lining is altered
Acene & unwanted hair growth on the skin
Sudden weight Gain
Hypertension & blood clots
Major contraception methods & side effects.
Includes Male & female condoms
They are 80% effective
An increase risk of urinary tract infection
Leaving a diaphragm or cervical cap in for longer than 24 hours increase the risk of toxic shock syndrome
allergies to the chemical used in spermicide creams or other spermicide products.
Includes control pills, stick-on patches, vaginal rings, shots & implants.
They are about 90% effective
Breast tenderness, headaches,breakthrough bleeding, blood clot, weight gain & mood changes depression.
Tracking the body's natural ovulation cycle
Between 80-87% effective
not as effective in preventing pregnancy as other methods of birth control. Least effective
Pulling out penis before ejaculation
High failure rate.
The anatomy of the male and female reproductive systems And functions.
Male reproductive system and functions
The organ from which semen leaves the body and is deposited in the female reproductive system
The sexual organ that produce sperm and release male sex hormones. Androgen & Testosterone
A sac which covers the testes and holds them outside the body.
Carry sperm from the the testes to the urethra.
A tube which carries urine from the urinary bladder, also carries sperm from the sperm ducts to outside the body.
Store sperm and secrets fluid in to the sperm ducts.
Ducts formed from the union of the ducts deferens and seminal vesicles
Secrete fluid in to the semen. the fluid activates the sperm.
Female reproductive system and functions
External structure that covers and protect other reproductive structures.
External structure found inside the labia majora. they provide to the clitoris, urethra & vaginal openings.
Opening of the uterus. this structure expands to allow sperm to flow from the vagina in to the uterus.
Allows entry of sperm & exit of baby at birth.
This strong structure expands to allow sperm to flow from the vagina into uterus
Site of implantation. holds the development embryo.
Catches the egg from the ovary and transports into uterus. site of fertilization.
To produce the egg. Produce the hormone Oestrogen & Progesterone
The events of the uterine/ovarian cycles
Follicular phase, day 1-13
FSH Secretion begins,
Follicle maturation occur
Menstruation, Day 2-5
Proliferative Phase, Day 6-13
Ovulation day 14
LH spike occurs
LH secretion continues
Luteal phase, Day 15-28
Corpus luteum forms
Progesterone secretion is prominent
Secretory phase Day 15-28
Endometrial thickens & glands are secretory
Three worst options and the three best
options you suggest contraceptive
Three worst options
Not effective as the other contraceptive methods
The birth control shot
They increased spotting & breakthrough bleeding & they have a change in sexual drive interst
In order for it to work, you have to remember to take it every single day around the same time,
Three best options
implant is placed by under the skin high up on your inner arm.
consider very comfortable with tiny implant placed just under your skin. and 99% effective
No side effect in longer term except irregular menstruation.
This tiny, T-shaped device is placed in the uterus
each works by releasing progestin (just like the implant and some birth control pills).
99% effective, there is no chance of making a mistake.
Common side effect is spotting between period
Like hormonal he copper version doesn’t contain any hormones. It’s the metal itself that prevents pregnancy by making the uterus inhospitable to sperm,
Same side effect like Hormonal IUD