Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding

Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding

This method might work for you if… you recently gave birth, are feeding your baby breastmilk, and are breastfeeding (or chestfeeding) every 4/hrs a day and 6/hrs a night.

Plan B

Plan B

This method is used if you are worried about pregnancy. This method is most effective if used in less than 3 days but can be used up to 5 days since the sex you are worried about.

The sponge

The sponge

This method might work for you if… You don’t want to talk to a healthcare provider and you are comfortable touching your vagina.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm

This method might work for you if… you are comfortable inserting it into your own vagina.

Internal Condom

Internal Condom

This method might work for you if… you want STI protection and you are comfortable inserting it into your vagina.

Spermicide

Spermicide

This method might work for you if… you don’t want to talk to a healthcare provider and you are comfortable touching your vagina.

Withdrawal

Withdrawal

This method might work for you if… you are combining it with other methods or don’t have access to other birth control options.

Abstinence

Abstinence

This method might work for you if… you don’t want to have sex right now.