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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birth_control

Birth control methods include barrier methods, hormonal birth control, intrauterine devices (IUDs), sterilization, and behavioral methods.

www.acog.org/Patients/FAQs/Barrier-Methods-of-Birth-Control-Spermicide-Condom-Sponge-Diaphragm-and-Cervical-Cap

Barrier Methods of Birth Control: Diaphragm, Sponge, Cervical Cap, and Condom, an ACOG patient education FAQ covers barrier contraceptive methods.

www.webmd.com/sex/birth-control/barrier-methods-of-birth-control-19059

Barrier methods of birth control block sperm from entering the uterus. Using a spermicide with a barrier method gives you the best possible barrier method ...

www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/birth-control-pregnancy/birth-control-options/barrier-methods

There are many types of contraceptives available today to allow individuals to ... The table below demonstrates the efficacy of each type of barrier method.

www.medicinenet.com/barrier_methods_of_birth_control/article.htm

Information about the different barrier methods of birth control including: spermicides, male condom, female condom, contraceptive sponge, diaphragm, and the ...

www.familyplanning.org.nz/news/2013/barrier-methods

Jun 3, 2013 ... Barrier methods work by stopping sperm from entering the vagina. A pretty simple ... There are three main barrier methods of contraception.

www.bedsider.org/features/730-how-to-use-barrier-methods-like-a-pro

Jul 6, 2015 ... These barrier methods aren't as effective as many other methods, but ... If you prefer not interrupting the foreplay flow to deal with birth control, ...

www.mainefamilyplanning.org/articles/86-233/barrier-methods-of-birth-control/3

Barrier methods prevent pregnancy by keeping sperm from reaching an egg. You must use barrier methods every time you have sex for them to be effective.

www.drugs.com/cg/barrier-methods-of-contraception.html

Care guide for Barrier Methods Of Contraception. Includes: possible causes, signs and symptoms, standard treatment options and means of care and support.