Contraception - 1 Contraception Buffy Welch Psychology 265...

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1 Contraception Buffy Welch Psychology 265 March 4, 20011 Sheree Earle
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2 Many people choose to use contraception since they became aware of conception and coitus. The one method is safe and fully effective is the least favorite is abstinence. As a person that chooses to have coitus should always use a contraceptive of their choice to prevent sexual transmitted infections and the prevention of an unwanted pregnancy. There is a several possible method of contraceptive for Tina and Dan to use before considering starting a family. The most common is the oral contraceptive. The use of birth control pill is nearly 100% effective when taken properly, but if not taken properly can lead to an unwanted pregnancy if not used with a back up method. The use of birth control pill temporarily causes infertility until the women choose to stop the pill. After a woman stops the pill, she will begin to ovulate after 3 months. There are some side effects that do come with taking birth control. Birth control can reduce pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cyst, and fibrocystic
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