reproductive health


Question by  sboynton (15)

What are the non hormonal contraceptives available today?


Answer by  Rose (6804)

One of the most recognized ones would be the IUD or nuva ring, both of which are inserted bay a doctor to prevent sperm from getting to your uterus. Other options would include condoms and then there is the rhythem method. Please consult with your obgyn for everything that is available.


Answer by  dc4always (15)

The most popular one is the condom. Besides the condom there are also many other non hormonal ways to protect yourself, such as the female condom, diaphrams, and dental damps.


Answer by  bigwig (654)

Pills and inserts into a woman's body usually involve hormones. External devices such as condoms (male or female) and spermicide do not.


Answer by  alrac (197)

There are condoms, both male and female. Diaphrams and cervical caps. Spermicide is another option. A non-hormone-based IUD is available.


Answer by  John (9008)

There are several options for non-hormonal contraceptives. The best, and most widely used, is the condom. Another, much less common and more cumbersome, option is the female condom. Diaphrams also do not use any form of hormones. Sadly, however, every oral contraceptive does use hormones, so you will need to use something else.


Answer by  playmaker55 (314)

The biggest one would be to use a condom wich is extremely common, and they can ben purchased at your local convenience store. Also you can talk to your doctor about things like a morning after pill as some of these don't affect the hormorns. As always it is best to talk to your partener about this.

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