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2.Barrier methods(methods that physically or chemically block the sperm from reaching an eggand provide a barrier between direct skin to skin contacts)a.Diaphragm - A flexible latex (rubber) or silicone device, used with spermicide, is put into thevagina to cover the cervix. Can be put in any time before sex.b.Cervical Caps – These are similar to the diaphragm, though they are generally always madeof silicone. They are put into the vagina to cover the cervix and are 92 to 96 percent effectivewhen used correctly.c.Male and Female Condoms or spermicides - For Males: A very thin latex (rubber)polyurethane (plastic) or synthetic sheath, put over the erect penis. For Females: Soft, thinpolyurethane sheath that loosely lines the vagina and covers the area just outside. Condomsare the best way to help protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections3.Behavioral Methodsa.Rhythm or Calendar Method – It is a way to determine a woman’s most fertile and interfiletimes by charting the menstrual cycle. It is also known as natural family planning or fertilityawareness.b.Abstinence or celibacy – It refers to the avoidance of sexual intercourse.c.Outercourse – It is a sexual activity that does not include the insertion of the penis into thevagina.
d.Withdrawal – it happens when a man removes his penis from vagina and ejaculate outside ofthe woman’s body.4.Sterilization(procedures that make an individual permanently incapable of conceiving orfertilizing a partner)a.Tubal Ligation /Sterilization – It is a surgery forwomen in which fallopian tubes are tied to preventeggs from travelling to the uterus so a woman cannotget pregnant.b.Vasectomy – It is an operation in which thesurgeon makes a small cut in the upper part of thescrotum then ties or blocks the vas deferens. Mencan still have orgasm or ejaculation after theoperation.5.Intrauterine Device (IUD)– It is a small devicethat is placed in the uterus by a doctor to preventpregnancy.6.Emergency Contraception- It is a measure that protects against pregnancy after unprotected sexhas already occurred. It could be through IUD or higher dosage of pills.References:Arcega, A M., Cullar, D. S., Evangelista, L. D. & Falculan, L. M. (2018). Understanding the Self.Malabon City: Mutya Publishing House Inc.Gazzingan, L. B. et al. (2019). Understanding the Self. Muntinlupa City: Panday-Lahi Publishing House,Inc.Marshall, E. and Tanner, S. Introduction to Psychology. Accessed July 28, 2020.-identity/Master, A. and Johnson, T. Human Sexual Response. Accessed July 28, 2020.Remez, R. Developing Adolescene. Accessed July 28, 2020.Rosenthal, M. (2013). Human Sexuality from Cells to Society. Asia: Cengage LearningSeventeeth congress (First Regular session). Accessed July 20, 2020.

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