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About Birth Control

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... Control Pill Birth Control Ring Birth Control Shot Cervical Cap Condom Diaphragm Emer-gency Contraception (Morning-After Pill, Plan B, or ECP) Implantable Contraception IUD Fertility Awareness Spermicide Withdrawal Reviewed by: Mary L. ...


Emergency Contraception

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... effectiveness of other contraceptives because of how they are used. Emergency contra-ception is the only type of contraception method that is used after unprotected sex. Because emergency contraception does not prevent all pregnancies, a ...


Implantable Contraception

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... may be interested in implantable contraception. Not all women can — or should — use implantable contraception. In some cases, health conditions make it less effective or more risky to use. For example, implantable contraception is not ...


About Emergency Contraception

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... to take ECPs. Emergency contraception is most effective when taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex. Emergency contraception will not prevent pregnancy if the unprotected sex occurs after taking the ECPs. Because emergency ...


Condom

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... Possible Side Effects Who Uses It? How Do You Get It? How Much Does It Cost?   What Is It? Condoms are a barrier method of contraception. There are male condoms and female condoms: A male condom is a thin sheath (usually made of latex, a ...


Birth Control Pill

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... important with progesterone-only pills. For the first 7 days of taking the Pill, a girl should use an additional form of contraception, such as condoms, to prevent pregnancy. After 7 days, the Pill should work alone to prevent pregnancy. ...


Spermicide

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... responsibility for planning birth control in advance of having sex and couples using con-doms or other barrier methods of contraception who want extra protection against pregnancy use spermicides. How Do You Get It? Spermicides are ...


Cervical Cap

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... Methods: How Well Do They Work? About Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Gyn Checkups Female Reproductive System Emergency Contraception Birth Control Pill Condom Diaphragm Do You Need a Pelvic Exam to Get Birth Control? Talking to Your ...


Birth Control Patch

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... apply the patch to skin that is red, irritated, or cut. For the first 7 days on the patch, use an additional form of contraception as well to prevent pregnancy. If you forget to apply a new patch on the right day, or if the patch becomes ...


Abstinence

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Abstinence Skip Navigation TeensHealth from Nemours for Parents for Kids for Teens Teens Home Body Mind Sexual Health Food & Fitness Diseases & Conditions Infections Q&A Sc-hool & Jobs Drugs & Alcohol Staying Safe Recipes ...


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