A young Couple's Decision; family planning options...

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Family planning is increasingly becoming popular in Today’s World among most young sexual couples. Starting a family requires time, probably life long, and long term financial commitments which may not be readily available at the early stages of a couple’s life. Pregnancy, when unplanned for can portend doom for couples, especially, ladies in School or at the start of their careers, as well as, an unexpected financial burden. This is when birth control methods come in.

Birth control, like sex, means different things to different people. It may mean preventing conception, lessening frequency of conception or controlling the start time of parenthood. Through advance Science and technological discoveries, there are a wide range of temporary birth control methods available to most couples today. Temporary birth control methods have short term effects making it easier for couples to switch to parenthood.  Temporary birth control methods include abstinence, birth control pills, condoms, breastfeeding as  birth control, birth control patch, Outercourse, spermicide, withdrawal (pull out method), birth control sponge, birth control diaphragm and Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception is a safe way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. There are different types of emergency contraception, and some work better than others. One highly recommended effective Emergency contraceptive is Lenor® (Levonorgestrel). It is a single-dose pill, no chance of forgetting to take another pill or missing the timing of the second dose

For the safety of the consumer, every pack comes with a unique code, which when texted to a given short code, will confirm if the product is original or fake. Emergency Contraceptives has one of the highest ratings in preventing unplanned pregnancies. You can use emergency contraception to prevent pregnancy if: 

you didn’t use a condom or other birth control method when you had vaginal sex
you messed up your regular birth control (forgot to take your birth control pills, change your patch or ring, or get your shot on time) and had vaginal sex
your condom broke or slipped off after ejaculation
your partner didn't pull out in time

Someone forced you to have unprotected vaginal sex

If you use emergency contraception correctly after you have unprotected sex, it prevents you from becoming pregnant. You can buy Lenor over-the-counter without a prescription in most Drugstores and Pharmacies.

Emergency contraceptive pills work best when you take it within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. The sooner you take it, the better it works.

Lenor is NOT the same thing as the abortion pill. Lenor prevents pregnancy from occurring whilst the abortion pill kills the fetus.