Myths About Emergency Contraception

Myths About Emergency Contraception

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Emergency contraception prevents pregnancies. You can take emergency contraception if you have had unprotected sex and used other contraceptives wrong, haven’t used contraceptives or the condom broke.

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ZIKA VIRUS

ZIKA VIRUS

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WHAT IS IT?
Zika is a type of virus. Infection with Zika can cause fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. Zika virus is spread mainly through mosquito bites. You can also get it by having sex with someone who is infected, even if they don’t have symptoms. Spread is also possible in other ways, including from a pregnant mother to her unborn baby, and through donated blood or organs.

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Young Adults Are More likely to text messages

Young Adults Are More likely to text messages

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DUH! You might be thinking, well ya all teenagers and young adults text these days. With smart phones, social media, and online interaction there’s been a drastic shift in how we accomplish tasks and interact with people.

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Bacterial Vaginosis, Birth Control, and HIV

Bacterial Vaginosis, Birth Control, and HIV

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Bacterial vaginosis is an extremely common condition and is the leading cause of discharge in women. It also happens to be extremely common in women of child-bearing age. Very commonly women of child bearing age are also using contraceptives! (for exactly that reason). Bacterial vaginosis is common and annoying. It results as a change to your normal vaginal “flora”.

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