When to Use Emergency Contraception. When might I need to use emergency contraception? You can use emergency contraception (also called “morning after pills
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If you had sex and are worried about an unplanned pregnancy, it’s not too late. You have several emergency contraception options.
Unprotected sex (sex without a condom) risks HIV if one of you already has the virus. Always use a condom to avoid exchanging bodily fluids.
There is a special morning after pill (also known as the “Plan B” pill) that you can take within the first 48 hours after having unprotected sex.
Safe sex is sexual activity engaged in by people who have taken precautions to protect themselves against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as HIV. It is
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Risk of Pregnancy. When can I take a pregnancy test and be sure that it is accurate? If it has been at least 10 days since you had unprotected sex and you have
Birth control options after unprotected sex include the morning after pill and emergency IUD. Side effects, efficacy in pregnancy prevention, and availability of
Many are quick to assume that single people are the only ones who are gambling with their sexual health by choosing to have unprotected sex and for most people it’s