Contraception needs of adolescents are different from adults. Since the risk for sexually transmitted diseases is high and the number of partners is more in adolescents, intrauterine devices (spiral) have been always approached with suspicion and not preferred . However, recent studies and the World Health Organization promote the use of intrauterine devices. Small size of the cervix in nulliparous adolescents raise the doubts about Falling of the intrauterine device, problems which during installation. Since it protects against sexually transmitted diseases, condom use in combination with other contraceptive methods can be recommended for adolescents . Combined oral contraceptives (birth control pills) are safe for adolescents. Not using Long-acting hormonal contraceptives (3 months needle) for adolescents below on b years old one development is appropriate due to their possible effects on bone development. Emergency contraceptive methods (day after pills, placing intrauterine devices) should be given in the training of contraception in adolescents. Getting pregnant is most likely to be experienced again in an adolescent who got pregnant previously. Studies indicate that long-acting hormonal contraceptive method is the most efficient method of preventing 2nd pregnancy. None of methods of contraception mentioned above has a permanent effect on the potential of getting pregnant.