Birth control methods include barrier methods, hormonal birth control, intrauterine
devices (IUDs), sterilization, and behavioral methods.
Barrier Methods of Birth Control: Diaphragm, Sponge, Cervical Cap, and
Condom, an ACOG patient education FAQ covers barrier contraceptive methods.
Barrier method of birth control (similar to the diaphragm) used with spermicide. It
is held in place by suction so that sperm cannot enter the uterus. The cap must ...
Jan 12, 2015 ... Information about the different barrier methods of birth control including:
spermicides, male condom, female condom, contraceptive sponge, ...
These include caps, diaphragms, condoms and the contraceptive sponge. Caps
and diaphragms form a physical barrier, preventing entrance of sperm to the...
Nonhormonal methods of birth control include methods that provide a barrier
between the sperm and the egg. Barrier methods are generally not as effective as
Jun 3, 2013 ... Barrier methods work by stopping sperm from entering the vagina. A pretty simple
... There are three main barrier methods of contraception.
MR. POPULAR. One of the most popular forms of contraception, condoms are a
simple and cheap way to protect yourself against unplanned pregnancies and ...
Aug 5, 2015 ... Barrier methods of birth control physically block or otherwise prevent sperm from
entering the uterus and reaching the egg for fertilization.
Contraception - barrier methods and spermicides. Last revised in June 2012
Contraception - barrier methods and spermicides. D003267Contraception.