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Contraception & Pregnancy

There may well come a time in your life when you want to father or give birth to a child.

It's probably not that time yet. While no sex is entirely free of the risk of pregnancy, sensible use of contraceptives can bring the risk of pregnancy down to close to zero. (NB: there is still a risk. Sex, after all, is nature's way of making babies.)

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Condoms

Even if you are using the pill, you should still use condoms to protect you against sexually transmitted infections.

Barrier contraceptives - other types

These are not very popular means of contraception, but this is what they are.

The pill

By far the most popular - and effective - means of contraception, but it will not provide protection against sexually transmitted infections.

What will happen if I/she gets pregnant?

This is something everyone should think of before having sex. If conception happens and you find yourself about to become a mother or father, what will you do?

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When and if you're ready:

You really must say you're a virgin the first time you have sex.

Go really slowly and gently, don't have overly high expectations - Meantime, enjoy your virginity and maybe explore

 

 

 

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