Is continuous birth control method a powerful way to prevent pregnancy?

Yes. Birth control pills are an excellent way to prevent pregnancy. They are, however, not 100% and they do not protect you against std's. Taking them in a continuous fashion does not make them more effective.

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How effective is withdrawal as a birth control method to prevent pregnancy?

Not very. Withdrawal is not very effective for birth control pill. It is essential to use a barrier method if true birth control is required. Read more...
Not effective. The man secrets seminal fluid during intercourse that will have some sperms which will render you at risk of pregnancy, this is even before ejaculation. So withdrawal may have been a little bit to late. Read more...
Like Russian roulette. The penis (gun) is loaded & secreting sperm continuously during intercourse. It only takes one healthy sperm getting trough to get you pregnant. If this is your BC method make plans for pregnancy, since it is likely to happen sooner or later. Read more...

Can't use birth control nor the Depo-Provera shot cause I bleed a lot and my bf refuse to wear a condom. Is their a way to prevent pregnancy? Don't want kids

Yes but. Please alternative methods of birth control including the Ortho Evra patch, low dose estrogen pills, low dose progestin-only pill, intrauterine device or the nuva ring that may better suit your body and/or lifestyle. The withdrawal method or the calendar method will not prevent pregnancy although it may decrease your chances of becoming pregnant. Read more...

What type of birth control prevents pregnancy the best?

Best birth control. The best birth control is use of the birth control pills. The do have side effects, and for that reason many women choose to use a form of barrier contraction. The barrier methods have a higher failure rate most likely due to couples not using them all the time! Read more...

How long is it supposed to it take birth control to prevent pregnancy?

4 to 30 days. Oral contraceptives, scientifically, take 4 doses to be effective. However, i highly recommend using backup (condoms) for the entire first cycle on the pills. This helps make sure that you are taking them correctly. Also, remember, that pills dont stop stds, so use condoms as well at all times if you are at risk. Read more...

How does the medicine in the birth control patch work to prevent pregnancy?

4 ways. The most commonly used pills have estrogen and progestin. They thicken the cervical mucus so sperm can't swim. They slow the fallopian tubes from pushing the egg forward. They thin the lining so an egg can't implant. They stop the ovary from making an egg. Read more...
Stops egg release. Birth control pills, patches and rings generally work by preventing your ovaries from releasing an egg-- preventing ovulation. Read more...