She's no teenager, and I have to admit I'd thought she would know better. Unprotected sex. At one point or another, we've all had it haven't we? Haven't we?
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Unsafe sex: why everyone's at it
A new scientific study in published in The Journal of Sex Research suggests it is common for young women to convince their partners to have unprotected sex. Young adults in the United States bear a disproportionate share of sexually transmitted infections STIs. They account for half of new STIs each year, despite making up about one-quarter of the sexually-active population. Condoms are the most effective means of preventing the transmission of STIs — but many men and women still refuse to use them. The new study of sexually-active heterosexual women, ages 18 to 20, found that condom use resistance tactics were common.
But accidents do happen, which is where emergency contraception comes into play. Emergency contraception EC, often called the morning-after pill can help protect you from pregnancy if you had sex without birth control or if your birth control method failed. But there can be confusion surrounding the practicalities of using EC, like Or do you have to take another dose of EC for maximum defense against getting pregnant unexpectedly? The FDA has approved two types of pills for use specifically as emergency contraception: ulipristal acetate Ella and levonorgestrel Plan B One-Step and various generic forms, according to the Mayo Clinic.