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Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given below, identify the figures of the contraceptive given below and select the correction option.
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Hint: Birth control, otherwise called contraception and fertility control, is a method used to prevent pregnancy. The best techniques for anti-conception medication are cleansing by methods for vasectomy in males and tubal ligation in females, intrauterine gadgets (IUDs), and implantable contraception.

Complete answer:
A. An outside or male condom is a slender bit of rubber worn on the penis during vaginal, anal or oral sex. It makes a barrier to prevent these liquids from entering the body. Most male condoms are produced using latex (rubber).

B. The contraceptive implant (Nexplanon) is a little adaptable plastic bar that is placed under the skin in your upper arm by a doctor. The implant consistently releases the hormone progestogen into your circulation system, which prevents the arrival of an egg every month (ovulation).

C. Intrauterine device (IUD) with copper otherwise called intrauterine coil, is a kind of intrauterine device which contains copper. It is used for anti-conception medication and emergency contraception within five days of unprotected sex. This device is put in the uterus and endures as long as twelve years. It might be used by ladies of any age whether or not or not they have had kids. Following removal, fertility rapidly returns.

D. Female condoms (otherwise called internal condoms or Femidons) prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and pregnancy during vaginal sex. They can likewise be utilized inside the anus to protect from STIs. A female condom is worn inside the vagina or anus to make an obstruction to prevent bodily fluids and semen from entering the body. They are produced using a soft plastic material called nitrile.

Hence the correct answer is option ‘D’.

Note: Implants likewise thicken the cervical mucus, which makes it more difficult for sperm to travel through the cervix, and diminishes the covering of the womb so a fertilised egg is less likely to implant itself.