What are reversible methods of birth control


Reversible methods of birth control are those that are not permanent. When you stop using the method, you can still get pregnant. Examples are the male condom, the female condom. the diaphragm, the birth control pill, patch or ring, depo provera, and the IUD (intrauterine device).

Wendy Fried, M.D., FACOG, FACS, is an OB/Gyn with Northern Obstetrics and Gynecology, PC in North Hills, New York

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