Barrier contraceptives are devices that provide a physical barrier between the sperm and the egg. Examples of barrier contraceptives include the male condom, female condom, diaphragm, cervical cap, and sponge. The condom is the only contraceptive method that helps prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Vaginal spermicides are sperm-killing substances available as foams, creams, gels, films, or suppositories, and are often used in female...Read more
In some countries with universal or nationalized health care, a joint replacement is considered an elective procedure. That means the person chooses... Read more »