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Find out how effective contraception methods are at preventing pregnancy. In addition to preventing pregnancy, abstinence and condoms provide some protection against sexually transmitted diseases STDs. There are other people who earnestly feel the world would come to an end and to whom pregnancy seems like the worst thing that could happen to them at a given time. If the condoms you've been using are too small, look out for brands that come in a bigger size. Methods that may help heavy or painful periods Combined pill Patch IUS intrauterine system Vaginal ring Methods you need to think about every day Combined pill Progestogen-only pill Natural family planning fertility awareness Methods you need to think about every time you have sex Condoms Female condoms Diaphragm or cap Methods that last months or years IUD intrauterine device IUS intrauterine system Implant Injection Methods that protects against STIs sexually transmitted infections Condoms Female condoms Permanent methods Female sterilisation Vasectomy male sterilisation Contraception after having a baby. Next Choice One Dose. Main navigation Getting started What services do contraception clinics offer? Unless you and your partner are monogamous, condoms are your best bet for preventing STIs. Birth control is highly effective if you take it correctly.