A rubber latex sheath that covers the penis during sex.
An injection of hormones either in the muscle or under the skin by a healthcare provider.
A type of cream, foam or gel that restricts movement of the sperm.
Removal of the penis from the vagina before ejaculation.
A small latex dome that is placed over the cervix to prevent sperm from entering the uterus.
The Pill is a small tablet containing hormones that needs to be taken every day.
A small, stick-on patch that releases hormones into the body through the skin.
A small cap that is placed over the cervix to prevent sperm from entering the uterus.
A small, hormone-releasing T-shaped device placed into the uterus by a healthcare provider.
A T-shaped device containing copper that is placed into the uterus by a healthcare provider.
Having sex during the woman’s least fertile stages in her menstrual cycle.
A surgical procedure that removes a woman’s or man’s reproductive ability.
A backup method to prevent pregnancy if a contraceptive method fails.
Accessed on September 6, 2016