If you’re ready to make the life-altering decision to obtain permanent birth control, check out our list of 4 easiest forms of permanent birth control for men and women.
While many people are actively trying to start a family, just as many (if not more) are actively trying to prevent pregnancy. Not every individual or family is financially, emotionally, or otherwise prepared to raise a child. Luckily, we live in an age where there are many safe and effective methods of birth control available to most people. I, personally, do not ever want to have children. On the extremely unlikely off chance that I may decide to have a child in the future, I would want to adopt. Overpopulation is such a huge issue today, and there are so many children who need stable homes. I am not yet old enough for any reputable doctor to perform a birth control surgery on (trust me, I’ve asked), but these are some great options for me to keep in mind for the future. It is best to consult a doctor when determining the best form of birth control for you.
If you are still exploring your options, and may you aren’t ready yet to make a permanent decision, also check out our list of 5 best methods for birth control.
In looking for the best options for permanent birth control, we consulted Healthy Women and Everyday Health in order to aggregate our list. We found great information on these sites, which allowed us to compile a list of best forms of permanent birth control with detailed information on each. Our ranking is based on how “easy” the procedure is to complete (surgical vs. non-surgical, etc.).
Continue reading to learn more about the easiest forms of permanent birth control for men and women.