Re: losing supply??
with LLLMeg. One additional thing to consider, if you want to try for a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), is that very few practitioners will "allow" a VBAC when the uterus has had less than 18-24 months to heal from the first incision. The risk of rupture is considered too great when less time than that has passed. So that's another reason to choose a birth control method for use right now.
How do you feel about those barrier methods? The diaphragm, sponge, cervical cap, condoms (male and female versions)? Anything strike you as interesting? My personal method of choice is the diaphragm & spermicide combo. On a par with condoms, in terms of effectiveness. Allows partners to enjoy that "skin on skin" feeling. Cheap- around $50-75 for the diaphragm itself, variable price for the fitting. Can be inserted before foreplay even begins, which means there's not necessarily even a pause in intimacy.
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