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Unformatted text preview: METHOD OF CONTRACEPTION Methods of Contraception Amber Gilliam University of Phoenix PSY/265 METHOD OF CONTRACEPTION Tina and Dan are newly married and have just began their sexual relationship and want to wait a year before having a child. There are several methods they can use to make sure that they don't become pregnant before they plan on getting pregnant. First, they can use condoms to prevent pregnancy. It is a very good method is used properly. Tina can also go to her doctor and get a perscription of birth control pills to take while waiting the year before having a child. They would be able to stop taking the pill and get pregnant almost immediately after stopping the pills unlike the depo shot where it could take up to 18 months to get pregnant after stopping the shot. Birth-control pills are the most popular forms of contraception among single women of reproductive age (Gilbert, 1996). When using condoms, it can desensititize the male to where he doesn't get the full effect and might want his wife to use the pill...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course PSY 265 taught by Professor Sallyhenzel during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '09