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Бариерни контрацептивни методи

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CondomБариерните контрацептивни методи предпазват от забременяване като блокират навлизането на сперма в кухината на матката. Някои от бариерните методи, особено презервативите, помагат за предпазване от полово предавани инфекции, включително HIV инфекция. Главното предимство на бариерните методи е тяхната безопасност. Те имат само незначителни локални (местни) странични ефекти и няма абсолютни медицински противопоказания за употребата им. Бариерните методи включват:

- презервативи

- диафрагми

- цервикални шапки

- спермициди: кремове, гелове, вагинални глобули или таблети, аерозолни пяни.

- вътрематочни спирали 

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Хормонална перорална контрацепция

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Oral contraceptionОралните (приемани през устата) контрацептиви са препарати от синтетични естрогени и прогестерон (женските полови хормони, поначало произвеждани от женкия организъм), които са високоефективни при предпазване от забременяване – 99 %.

Съществуват два типа:

- монофазни: с фиксирана концентрация от естрогенни и прогестагенови хормони през целия цикъл

- мултифазни: дву-(бифазни) или три-(трифазни) варианти на концентрация на естрогени и/или прогестаген през цикъла

Таблетките са в опаковки от по 21 таблетки или 28 таблетки в зависимост от схемата на приемане.

Механизъм на действие: контрацептивният ефект се дължи на подтискането на овулацията. Хормоналните контрацептиви също предизвикват сгъстяване на цервикалната слуз и промени в маточната лигавица, които представляват препятствие за сперматозоидите при проникването им в маточната кухина и преминаването им към маточните тръби.

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