The pros and cons of different types of birth control after giving birth

The Pill: Pros - Easy to use and effective; Cons - Requires daily intake and potential side effects

IUD: Pros - Long-lasting and low maintenance; Cons - Requires insertion by a healthcare provider and potential pain during insertion

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Depo-Provera: Pros - Long-lasting and no daily maintenance; Cons - Possible weight gain and irregular periods

Barrier methods: Pros - Low risk of side effects and easy to use; Cons - Must be used consistently and correctly to be effective

Fertility awareness methods: Pros - No hormones or devices used; Cons - Requires consistent and accurate tracking of fertility signs

Sterilization: Pros - Permanent and highly effective; Cons - Permanent and not reversible