Safe sex.
No regrets.

Want to have fun but no babies and infections? Then protection is what you need. There are 18 different contraceptive methods to choose from, including hormonal and non-hormonal options with short, medium and long term protection. Pick the one that suits you best.
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Safe sex.<br />No regrets.

Your guide to safe sex

Find My Method is your one-stop shop for everything (safe) sex. From effectiveness rate, side effects to availability in your country, you can find all the important information about different contraceptive methods on our website. Through our blogs and forum discussions, you can also read stories and testimonials of contraceptive users, share your personal experience and ask questions.

Contraceptive Methods

There’s more to contraception than pills and condoms. Check out all the options that are available in the market.

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Compare Methods

No two contraceptive methods are alike; each has its own pros and cons. Use our comparison tool to choose wisely.

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Am I Pregnant?

If you had unprotected sex and want to confirm whether you are pregnant or not, look out for special signs and symptoms.

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Contraception options, simplified!

At Find My Method, we believe safe and healthy sex is for everyone. But we also know circumstances differ from person to person and from place to place. That’s why we strive to provide accurate, updated and localised information about contraception. We also believe in two-way communication; if you have any questions and concerns, don’t hesitate and slide into our mailbox anytime.

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