Birth Control Alternatives

Author bio: Guest post is provided by Dr. Berenholz of the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Michigan.  Dr. Berenholz is an expert in vaginal surgery of all different kinds.  For more information, browse his website.

In this day and age, it’s very important for women to consider the various birth control options.  There are various birth control options including abstinence, the rhythm method, condoms, and prescription contraceptives.  Unfortunately, many of these methods have disadvantages.  For example, the rhythm method can be extremely unreliable and most women forget to take their prescription pills consistently.  If not taken properly, birth control pills are typically ineffective in preventing pregnancy.

Many of the birth control methods that are currently available have to be worked into a woman’s lifestyle which can be frustrating and difficult.  For example, planning the details of sexual activity can be extremely unromantic.  Many women also don’t want to take pills or have medical tools inserted into their bodies.  Therefore, a great alternative today is to go for the permanent birth control known as Essure.  You can easily go to a doctor who performs labiaplasty in Minnesota to perform Essure.

Essure is a powerful way to prevent pregnancy without undergoing a serious surgery.  It’s a quick medical procedure that only takes ten minutes.  The Essure procedure involves placing soft inserts in the fallopian tubes. These inserts are both flexible and hormone-free. Once introduced, the inserts help to prevent pregnancy.

The recovery time after Essure is minimal.  The majority of women resume their normal routine within 1 to 2 days of the procedure.  However, prior to being sexually active, it’s crucial to receive a confirmation test.  Most women take the test three months after the procedure.

If you’re interested in Essure, contact your local surgeon who performs labiaplasty and laser rejuvenation.  Labiaplasty in Wisconsin and throughout the world has become extremely commonplace.