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If you (yourself) currently use a method of birth control, which one?

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Submitted by Heather Corinna on Wed, 2013-08-28 13:27
Condoms
27% (460 votes)
The birth control pill
20% (336 votes)
The patch or ring
2% (39 votes)
The shot (or jab) or implant
4% (61 votes)
The IUD
7% (118 votes)
Natural family planning (FAM or NFP)
1% (19 votes)
Withdrawal
4% (71 votes)
Vasectomy, tubal ligation or essure
2% (27 votes)
Emergency contraception
0% (7 votes)
Cervical barriers (diaphragm or cervical cap)
0% (2 votes)
Spermicide
1% (10 votes)
One of the above AND condoms
14% (240 votes)
None/chance
3% (58 votes)
None, because I don't have the kind of sex where pregnancy's a risk
14% (230 votes)
None, because I/my partner is trying to become or is already pregnant
1% (20 votes)
Total votes: 1698

My method of birth

Tue, 2013-12-17 08:26
Anonymous

My method of birth control:
I
AM
A
LESBIAN
xD

Buddy System!

Mon, 2013-09-02 22:40
Anonymous

Well, I use a combo of condoms and FAM, but since I could only pick one, I chose "condoms"

Diaphragm with spermicide

Thu, 2013-08-29 10:18
Anonymous

Diaphragm with spermicide isn't listed, so I chose just "spermicide" instead.

Yipes, we forgot cervical

Thu, 2013-08-29 14:36
Heather Corinna

Yipes, we forgot cervical barriers! So sorry about that, will fix now!

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