Contraception

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We will guide you to choose the contraception method that is best for you.

There are many different contraception methods for women. Which is the most appropriate method, varies from person to person.

Above you will find links to pages that explain the different types.

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Side effects of contraception

One cannot tell in advance whether a woman will experience side effects from the contraceptive.

Two women can react completely differently. The side effects will decrease during the first 3 to 6 months.

If you have unpleasant side effects after 3 months, try another brand.

You must consider the positive effects of the contraceptive against the negative side effects.

Some choose to live with mild side effects because they can then enjoy sex without worrying about getting pregnant.

 

Source: www.sexogsamfunn.no

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