contraceptive pills, birth control

September 6, 2008 7:29am CST
hello, could anybody share me some ways for birth control, i mean use of contraceptives, what do u think is most effective. i'm a mother of two right now ages 13 months & 4 months old, both thru caesarian section. i haven't tried any method of contraceptives before thats why my kids have very close age gaps. Aside from the rhythm method, does taking contraceptive pills effective? i have tried consulting my doctor, but i need to know more details about it from those who had personal experiences.
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@insulin (2483)
• Philippines
6 Sep 08
Well first you need to consult to your to your doctor if whats the best for you because the effective for me is pills and I am using Diane-35 and I can really say it's really working for me but yeah just consult your doctor first befor trying it because there are some people that is not able to use pills.GOd bless and have a nice day.:-0
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• Pakistan
7 Sep 08
My wife used to take DIANE 35 for last three years , it was working well..But now , before eight months , she have to stop it as her periods stopped.After consulting another Doctor she was advised to stop taking it..Now she is having regular periods , for last 4 months..she is 38 How long have you been taking this medicine...any problems ??/ please share...
• Philippines
8 Sep 08
i haven't tried the pill yet...i need to hear/know more reactions from those who who had personal experiences before taking any pill.i can't afford to get pregnant as soon as possible, you see, my kids are like twins already hehehe.i should consul again my doctor..thanks for sharing your ideas. :)
@nickventere (1424)
• Zambia
7 Sep 08
Much as you would get good information and advice here, I would advise that you also consult your personal doctor or local general practitioner for more accurate information, because matters such as this are sensitive. Kudos to those that have already posted advice.
• Philippines
8 Sep 08
yeah, i agree with you, but hearing some advices from myLot also helps weighing things over.thanks :)
@Uroborus (910)
• Canada
17 Sep 08
You can either go consult a doctor or, if you live in a large city, there is often a birth control clinic that specializes in this. One contraceptive that my wife uses that is pretty effective, is the sponge. Depending on how stable your relationship is, and how permanent you wanted the birth control to be, you can try talking to your partner about him having a vasectomy. That is 100% effective.