10. You Have the Option to Choose the Best Contraceptive for You
Last but certainly not least is that there is no one size fits all type of contraception. With so many kinds of contraceptives and formulas available in the market today, it’s always best to determine what works well with your body and its needs.
Apart from taking into account your preferences, you should also consider your medical conditions and history, particularly if you already have preexisting medical conditions. You might also want to consider your age, lifestyle, overall convenience, and maintenance, as well as the cost that comes with it.
If you are planning to have children in the future, you might want to steer clear of permanent contraception methods such as sterilization. At the same time, if you don’t have the budget for it or don’t want to think of taking pills every day, then oral birth control pills may not be for you as these require a daily commitment.