Here are some questions to consider when choosing which type of birth control is right for you:
-Do you want more kids or is your family complete? If you want more kids, when?
-Are you or your partner open to permanent methods of birth control?
-What has been your experience with other methods, both positive and negative?
-What type of contraception fits into your lifestyle as a mom - will you remember to take a pill daily?
-Will you be able to use a barrier method correctly?
-Do you want to think about birth control right before sex or use a method that doesn't interrupt the moment?
-Do you want to put hormones into your body?
-How often do you have sex?
-Are you nearing perimenopause or menopause?
-What does your insurance cover?
-Do you have any health concerns such as high blood pressure, diabetes with complications, or migraines with auras that might narrow your choice?
-Are you a smoker?
-Did you need fertility therapies to get pregnant previously?
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