Right now, I am not on any birth control method except for the rhythm method. I have tried multiple birth control methods in the past, such as the implant, the pill, the ring, the patch and had annoying side effects with each of them. I had spotting that would not go away with the ring and implant probably due to low estrogen in the devices, compared to the pill. My doctor ended up removing the implant for this reason. I have used each method for a long enough period for my body to get used to them, so it is not like I have not been giving them a chance. With the implant and ring, it got to be too expensive buying so many pads or tampons and it really puts a damper on my sex life. In addition, when I was on the pill I was not very good about taking it on time. I am looking to try a long-term contraceptive method, that I would not have ongoing spotting with. I have heard that one can get the implant or an IUD and take estrogen or birth control pill that would stop bleeding in between periods. I would really like to receive some advice on this. Thank you.
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