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- Worth itLow hassleReviewed unsureon 9/27/2020Use an app like clue! Your partner can subscribe to your cycle, and then you will both know your fertile days and can both take responsibility for pregnancy prevention26WomanTwo years or morePregnancy prevention
- Worth itLow hassleReviewed Syptothermal Methodon 1/29/2017Read Taking Charge of Your Fertility and you'll have what you need to get started with this method. It's much more effective than this website is claiming it to be, and really awesome to know WHEN you can actually get pregnant (and when you can have risk free sex with your partner, provided your both STI free of course). It does require that you follow the rules carefully.29WomanPregnancy prevention
- Worth itSome hassleReviewed Syptothermal Methodon 1/29/2017Although this method gets a bad rap it really does work. It necessitates communication between the couple to make sure that there is an awareness of peak fertile and non-fertile times are clear. If trying to avoid contraception the discussion becomes on choosing when to have intercourse as a safe way to ensure that a pregnancy doesn't occur. My wife and I have practiced this for 8 years and we have only conceived when we decided it was the right time.34ManPregnancy preventionWorth itLow hassleReview Fertility Awareness and help someone like you today!Your ageYour genderYour conditionHow long did you take it?
- Worth itSome hassleReviewed Fertility Awarenesson 10/14/2016Fertility Awareness Method encompasses many different non-hormonal methods, but to clarify it is NOT the rhythm method. I follow Symptothermal - which means I check my cervical fluid, cervical position and basal body temperature daily. It requires dedication, but it will integrate into your lifestyle if you give it some time. All of it becomes second nature. It does not prevent STI/STDs and HIV/AIDS so it's best used with a long term partner.21WomanPregnancy prevention