Compare Birth Control
Find the method that works best for you—and don't forget to use it with a condom to reduce your risk for pregnancy and STIs. Don't think you can afford the one you want? Don't worry! A lot of health centers will work with teens to help you get free or low-cost birth control. Ask your health care provider about discounts for teens.
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No sex with a partner
A single rod that is inserted into the arm that prevents ovulation.
A small plastic device inserted into the uterus by a health care provider.
A hormone shot in the arm that prevents pregnancy (progestin).
Small flexible ring inserted into the vagina for three weeks in a row and taken out on the fourth week.
A pill that contains hormones that work in different ways.
A thin sheath of latex or plastic that covers the penis before sex and keeps the sperm from joining with the egg.
A thin plastic patch that you place on your skin at certain points.