SCI 162 Week Seven DQ 1 - pregnant or get a disease but it...

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Birth control affects your reproductive health because you have to take so many issues into hand. Trying to balance the risk of pregnancy, the risk of catching a STD, how using the method will affect the mood and all the while trying to receive as much pleasure from the act as you are able to all come into play when thinking about what form of birth control to use. It is a choice that may require compromise; “if I use a condom I won’t get
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Unformatted text preview: pregnant or get a disease but it won’t feel as good” vs. “if I use the pill I don’t have to worry about getting pregnant and it will feel great but I can still get a disease”. Each method has pro’s and con’s for usage. It is up to each pair of partners to discuss and compromise to decide what form of birth control will best fit their situation....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course SCI 162 SCI 162 taught by Professor Leister during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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