Birth control mini patch 99

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(depo) 99% 97% Diaphragm 94% 84% Birth Control Implant 99% 99% Mini Pill 99% 92% Patch 99% 92% Hormonal IUD 99% 99% Spermicide 82% 71% Vaginal Ring 99% 92% Withdrawal 96% 82% Perfect use refers to the effectiveness when the method is being used correctly and consistently. Typical use refers to the effectiveness when the method is not being used consistently or the method is not always being used correctly. These rates usually apply to the average person since it can be challenging to always use birth control the correct way.
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Birth Control Pills “Trick” body into thinking it’s pregnant Extra hormones (Estrogen+ Progesterone, or Progesterone only) No ovulation occurs no egg = no fertilization = no baby! Last 7 days placebo (no hormones)= menstruation NOT effective in protecting against STD’s
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Condoms Rubber sheath Worn during intercourse Prevents against infection (STIs/STDs)
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Psychological/Emotional aspects
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Review 1.How are STDs spread?2.How do STDs affect fertility?3.What forms of contraception help to avoid infections?4.How are bacterial STDs treated?5.True or False: Viral STDs are curable.
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