Safe period contraception is a physiological contraceptive method that can achieve satisfactory sexual appeal when sexual activity is carried out in a normal state. However, if not strictly controlled or used improperly, it is easy to fail.
(l) To use safe period contraception, the first step is to accurately measure the ovulation period. At present, each of the three methods for measuring ovulation period has its advantages and disadvantages: ① The calendar method can be used to calculate the safe period of ovulation, before ovulation, and after ovulation. However, it is only applicable to women with normal menstruation. Because changes in the environment and feelings will lead to or delay ovulation, it is incorrect. ② The basal body temperature measurement method can determine the ovulation date and the safety period after ovulation, but cannot predict the safety period before ovulation. This method is boring and strict. If the temperature is not measured according to the regulations, the ovulation date cannot be measured correctly. ③ The cervical mucus observation method can determine the ovulation date and the safety period before ovulation The safety period after ovulation is high in accuracy, but users must receive training and fully grasp before using it. Combining these three methods can avoid length and achieve greater results.
(2) Many diseases have altered women's excretion time, such as endocrine diseases and kidney diseases. If safe period contraception is used during this period, contraception often fails.
(3) Physiological day cohabitation generally does not lead to pregnancy. However, there is a possibility of accidental ovulation during physiological days, and cohabitation during physiological days can easily cause infections, which is harmful and not beneficial.
(4) Women in the age of amenorrhea who have a small amount of vaginal bleeding can have sexual intercourse on the 4th day after the bleeding stops. Because this bleeding has the possibility of ovulation.
(5) If you switch from oral contraception to physiological contraception, additional ovulation and irregular behavior may occur in the first few months after discontinuing the use of contraception. Therefore, it is advisable to avoid using safe period contraception in these months.
Finally, it should be noted that safe period contraception is not safe and is not worth advocating. Please choose the appropriate contraceptive method based on your own situation. As a result, contraceptive failure can cause serious physical and mental harm to women.