The Birth Control Ring

A Contraceptive, By Kyle VanLaningham, and Helen Newbold

What type of Contraceptive is The Birth Control Ring?

The Birth Control Ring is a soft flexible, doughnut-shaped ring about 2 inches (5 centimeters) in diameter.

How dose The Birth Control Ring work?

The Birth Control Ring is inserted into the Vagina where it releases hormones (estrogen and progesterone) that prevent ovulation, the release of an egg in the females monthly cycle.

How well dose the Birth Control Ring work?

The Birth Control Ring works by releasing hormones (progesterone and estrogen) into the body to prevent ovulation.

What dose this contraceptive prevent?

The Birth Control Ring helps prevent unwanted pregnancies in females.

What are the side effects of this contraceptive?

The Birth Control Ring may cause irregular menstrual bleeding, nausea, headaches, breast tenderness, and blood clots in women under 35.

Who uses the contraceptive?

The Birth Control Ring is used by women to prevent pregnancy. The Birth Control Ring may be good for woman who have trouble swallowing pills.

How dose one get this contraceptive?

One may get The Birth Control Ring by a nurse or doctor prescribing the ring.

How much dose this contraceptive cost?

The Birth Control Ring can cost anywhere from $30 - $50 a month.

Conclusion

We recommend getting The Birth Control Ring if you have trouble swallowing pills. The Birth Control Ring is just as good, and even better, than most contraceptives.