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  1. Can the removal of a copper IUD affect your period?

    ... from sex or used another form of contraception (like a male condom ) for one week before the IUD was removed. If you engaged in ...

    mdavis - 03/19/2018 - 19:56

  2. Teaching Comprehensive Sex Education

    ... is on the same page! Additionally, familiarity with male and female anatomy can help students learn more about their bodies ... However, it is important to note that the male and female condom are the only forms of contraception to provide significant protection ...

    ldelamare - 02/07/2019 - 18:45

  3. How can I Remember to Take my Birth Control?

    ... every day without fail, or using an unexpired, undamaged condom correctly during every single sexual encounter . “Typical use,” ... sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Always use a male or female condom to protect yourself from the potential spread of ...

    Courtney Gainor - 03/20/2017 - 01:20

  4. Diaphragm

    ... infections (STIs), so it should be used with a latex male condom , diagrams are available only with a prescription. Diaphragm ...

    chaack - 04/23/2015 - 11:17

  5. Yeast Infections

    ... yeast infection.   It is extremely important for a male to see a doctor if he suspects that he might have a yeast infection. In ... from STIs to enter the body. It is important to use a condom every time you have sex to prevent transmission of diseases. ...

    Shireen Rizvi - 11/10/2018 - 09:00

  6. A Timeline of HIV/AIDS

    ... pregnancy . The next year, AIDS is found in females whose male sexual partners had AIDS. These cases suggest that AIDS is transmitted ... AIDS with their children and educate them on proper condom use. Later, he launches the first coordinated HIV/AIDS education ...

    kevinjliu - 11/01/2018 - 16:08

  7. After an Abortion

    ... self-esteem.⁴ Although some women and their male partners may feel stress or sadness immediately following an abortion, ... abortion support Pregnancy pregnant no condom what happens abortion resources abortion help ...

    bhatfield - 03/22/2017 - 02:27

  8. Abstinence

    ... sexual gratification through female masturbation or male masturbation . When a person chooses to partake in abstinence, it is in ... care and additional contraception (preferably the use of a condom) is recommended if participating in these “outercourse” sexual ...

    amacke - 06/08/2017 - 01:04

  9. Contraceptive Sponge

    ... have typical use, 24% will become pregnant each year. A male partner can make the sponge more effective at preventing pregnancy if he uses a latex condom or withdraws his penis before ejaculation. Remember, without the use ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/01/2018 - 16:03

  10. Progestin-Only Pills

    ... the usual time, a back-up birth control method (such as a condom ) should be used for at least two days. Breaks should not be taken ... it is recommended to combine oral contraceptives with the male or female condom to best ensure the prevention of pregnancy as well as ...

    mdavis - 02/07/2019 - 17:32

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