Compare all contraceptive methods and see which suits you best.
Methods need to be placed every 3 to 10 years, except sterilisation which is permanent.
Methods need to be remembered between once a day and once every 3 months.
Methods need to be used every single time you have sex.
Perfect use = Correct and consistent use Typical use = includes incorrect or inconsistent use eg. forgetting to take the pill or delayed injection References: 1. Trussell J. Contraceptive failure in the United States. Contraception. 2011;83(5):397-404. 2. Family planning NSW. What suits me? [Accessed September 2022].
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