Safest method of contraception

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Safest method of contraception, rivegdon an oral pill apparently causes strokes please recommend a safe method of contraception
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Safest method of contraception, rivegdon an oral pill apparently causes strokes please recommend a safe method of contraception
The pill is very safe. If it wasn't safe it would not be produced or given out by doctors. I've been on the pill for 3 years and never had any issues. Other people are on it for 30+ years and are fine.

Every method of contraception will have side effects. All methods available are safe otherwise they wouldn't be available.

Go to your GP and talk about what options are suited to you. Not everyone suits the pill, so other options like the injection may be better for you.

Don't be scared of the pill because of the list of possible and extremely rare side effects. It's the same with all other forms of contraception.
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Safest method of contraception, rivegdon an oral pill apparently causes strokes please recommend a safe method of contraception
Abstention or condoms and pill.

Talk to your GP

https://www.brook.org.uk/your-life/c.../contraception
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Doritos packet. :P
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What are you defining as 'safe'?

When taken correctly, the pill is about 99.9% effective, while condoms are about 97% effective in preventing pregnancy.

As above, the pill may come with side effects and that depends on the pill you're taking.
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Safe as in for health or effectiveness?

Safe as in health I'd imagine would be the copper coil as its non hormonal

Safe as in effectiveness I'd imagine would be the implant and Coil (although technically speaking absence would be) pair up with a condom and your odds are really low
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pill/coil/implant + Condom.
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