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Disadvantages of Diaphragms By Sharon A Bell

Owing to the side effects experienced by some pill and IUD (intrauterine device) users, women turned to the diaphragm or cervical cap as a means of contraception. Unlike other birth control methods, these barrier devices have no serious side effects and may protect women against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). In the presence of an STD, these devices reduce the likelihood that the disease will lead to pelvic infection.
But how effective are these barrier methods? Experts say pregnancy can be prevented in 94 to 98.5 percent of the time provided they are used correctly in combination with a spermicide.
"Before intercourse, insert your diaphragm with about a teaspoon of spermicidal cream or jelly, spread around the edge and in the center of the device. After intercourse, wait at least six hours to remove the diaphragm. If you have intercourse again within the six hours, you must apply more spermicide, " according to Dr. David E. Larson, editor-in-chief of the "Mayo Clinic Family Health Book."
If the woman fails to carefully follow these steps, the diaphragm loses its effectiveness and the failure rate may reach 18 percent. How can you avoid this? By making sure that the diaphragm or cap fits perfectly. One that doesn't is likely to cause trouble later.
A physician can help you choose the best one to avoid pregnancy. Be sure the device is properly inserted and apply the right amount of spermicide before using it. Also check the device every now and then for holes or thinning. If these occur, you need a new device. The same is true for those who lose or gain a large amount of weight. They may have to be fitted again for a different sized diaphragm or cap.
"Don't settle for a diaphragm or cap that doesn't fit properly. Not only are you less likely to use it if it pinches, rubs or causes cramping, but it's also more likely to prompt chronic urinary tract infections, " said Deborah Franklin in Health magazine.
"Not every one is a good candidate for a cervical cap; your doctor can tell you if your cervix is the shape required for a proper fit. But most women who can wear the cap find it more com comfortable than the diaphragm and more convenient. It can be inserted earlier and left in longer (for up to 72 hours), and requires only an initial dose of spermicide, " Franklin added.
The most common problems reported by diaphragm users is that they either have trouble inserting it (which interrupts the spontaneity of the sex act) or the insertion is quite messy. Women who find it difficult to fit the device are advised not to use it.
Those under 30 who are allergic to spermicide, have sex more than four times a week or have a history of repeated urinary tract infections are poor candidates for these barrier methods of contraception. (Next: Scouting for spermicides.)
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Sharon Bell is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and published author. Many of her insightful articles can be found at the premier online news magazine HealthLinesNews HealthLinesNews
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