Contraceptive method works on the basis of preventing a man's sperm to reach and fertilize the woman's egg (fertilization) or preventing the fertilized egg to implant (attached) and developing in the womb. Reversible contraception (back) or permanent (fixed). Contraception is a reversible contraceptive method that can be terminated at any time without adverse long in the return of fertility or the ability to have more children. Permanent method of contraception or sterilization is what we call a contraceptive method can not return due to fertility involves surgery.
Contraceptive methods can also be classified based on the way it works is barrier method (barrier), for example, a condom that prevents sperm; mechanical methods such as the IUD, or hormonal methods such as the pill. Natural contraceptive methods do not use these tools based on physiological or hormonal but a woman in order to prevent fertilization (conception).
Factors that influence the choice of contraception is the effectiveness, safety, frequency of use and adverse events, as well as the willingness and ability to perform contraception regularly and correctly. In addition to this, consideration is also based on the cost of contraception and the role of religion and culture is the culture of contraception. Another factor is the frequency of intercourse, easy to re-conceive again, side effects to lactation, and the effects of contraception in the future. Unfortunately, there is no method of contraception, unless abstinence (no sexual intercourse), a 100% effective in preventing pregnancy.
In addition to the above methods, there are natural methods that can be used to prevent pregnancy (contraception) is to use banana trees, the trick is:The bunches of Banana - Musa Paradisiaca, Linn boiled with 6 cups water to boil drinking. water 2 times a day, morning and before bed. To drink 1 cup. Performed for 7 consecutive days after menstruation or childbirth.
In addition to bananas, there are other ways that can be used to prevent pregnancy, especially for men. You can see it here.