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abstinence
100% effective
refrain from sexual intercourse
vasectomy
almost 100% effective
vasa deferentia cut and tied
tubal ligation
almost 100% effective
oviducts cut and tied
oral contraception
almost 100% effective
hormone medication taken orally
depo-provera injection
about 99% effective
four injections of progesterone-like steroid given per year
contraceptive implants
more than 90% effective
tubes of progestin implanted under skin
intrauterine device (IUD)
more than 90%
plastic coil inserted into uterus by physician
diaphragm
about 90% effective
latex cup inserted into vagina to cover cervix before intercourse
cervical cap
almost 85% effective
latex cap held by suction over cervix
male condom
about 85% effective
latex sheath fitted over erect penis
female condom
about 85% effective
polyurethane liner fitted inside vagina
coitus interruptus
about 75% effective
penis withdrawn before ejaculation
jellies, creams, foams
about 75% effective
these spermicidal products inserted before intercourse
natural family planning
about 70% effective
day of ovulation determined by record keeping; various methods of testing
douche
less than 70%
vagina cleansed after intercourse
artificial insemination by donar (AID)
sperm placed in vagina by a physician
in vitro fertilization (IVF)
conception occurs in laboratory glassware
gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT)
conception occurs in laboratory glassware, except the eggs and the sperm are placed in oviducts immediately after they have been brought together
surrogate mothers
contracted and paid to have babies
intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
single sperm is injected into an egg
endometriosis
the presence of uterine tissue outside the uterus, particularly in the oviducts and on the abdominal organs
infertility
the failure of a couple to acheive pregnancy after one year or regular, unprotected intercourse
assisted reproductive technologies (AID)
1. artificial insemination by donar (AID)
2. in vitro fertilization (IVF)
3. gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT)
4. surrogate mothers
5. intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)