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POSTCONCEPTION METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL: MENSTRUAL EXTRACTION, BREAST-FEEDING AND ABSTINENCE FROM INTERCOURSE

This technique has been pioneered by the women's self-help movement. Just when a period is expected, a thin, flexible plastic tube is inserted through the cervix into the uterus, and suction (using either a syringe or a pump) is applied to draw out the endometrial lining. If the woman is pregnant, the tiny embryo is easily withdrawn. There may be mild cramping, but no anesthetic is usually used. Although further research is required, there do not seem to be any major side effects when this procedure is done under proper conditions by a health care professional.

Breast-feeding inhibits ovulation in some women (possibly via the effect of high prolactin levels on the ovaries) but this method of birth control is very unreliable. Women who do not want to become pregnant soon after childbirth should begin using a more effective means of contraception right away. Some studies of nursing mothers not using any other method of birth control indicate pregnancy rates of over 50 percent.

Abstinence from intercourse is, needless to say, a highly effective way to prevent pregnancy if practiced consistently. Some couples voluntarily limit their sex lives to noncoital acts, but this does not seem to be a very popular choice for most heterosexual couples.

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