How much do you know about birth control?
#1. How often should you visit a healthcare provider to discuss your birth control and feminine health?
#2. How effective are male condoms with “typical” use when used alone as a birth control method?
A latex condom can help protect against HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases. It can also be used with other types of contraception as a backup method.
#3. Which of these are considered a Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive?
There are many options for Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives and your healthcare provider can help you decide which is best for you.
#4. How long is Nexplanon effective?
Nexplanon has been approved by the FDA for 3 years but evidence indicates that the contraceptive effect is present for longer.
#5. TRUE OR FALSE: Birth control protects you from Sexually Transmitted Diseases
With any birth control method you should also always use a condom to protect yourself from Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
#6. What is the only 100% effective birth control method?
Abstinence is the only 100% effective way to prevent pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.