If we're talking strictly over the counter birth control methods for females, you're fairly restricted. Some options include the the female condom, sponges, and Lea's Sheild. You'd have to see your doctor for any kind of hormonal methods, IUD or diaphragm.
You can read more about your birth control options here
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