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One-night stands, condoms, Pill, implant

 
One-night stands, condoms, Pill, implant

If you care about your health, use condoms. They protect you against all STDs. 

But condoms alone aren't 100% effective against unwanted pregnancies, so it's best to use them alongside another, safer contraceptive such as the Pill (combined Pill or Mini-pill), the coil, the implant, the vaginal ring, or even the patch. 




  
  


Sarah Horrocks
2008/11/26
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