The Campus Times found out that most campus students are more scared of conceiving than acquiring HIV Aids.
But in this dot com era, we no longer expect campus students to get unplanned and unwanted pregnancies that will keep them worrying and at the end get retakes.
There are different types of contraceptive methods today that one can use to overcome unwanted pregnancies.
Among the 14 reliable methods, you can’t fail to identify the suitable one that can work for you best.
|1st equal||The Pill, including the mini-Pill – 25 per cent.|
|1st equal||The male condom – 25 per cent.|
|3rd||Vasectomy – 11 per cent.|
|4th||Female sterilisation – nine per cent.|
|5th||The coil (intra-uterine deviceor IUD) – four per cent.|
|6th||Withdrawal method – four per cent.|
|7th||Variations of the rhythm method – three per cent.|
|8th equal||The contraceptive injection (‘the Jab’) – two per cent.|
|8th equal||Mirena (intra-uterine system or IUS) – two per cent.|
|10th equal||The skin patch (Evra) – one per cent.|
|10th equal||The cap or diaphragm – one per cent.|
|10th equal||The implant – one per cent, but said to have become more popular in 2009 to 2012.|
|13th||The female condom – less than one per cent.|
|14th||The vaginal ring – less than one per cent.|