Don’t panic! Here are ways to take responsible measures if you’ve have unprotected sex.
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Some birth control, like the Pill, the Patch and the Shot, are medicines that keep the ovary from releasing an egg or ovum. These types of birth control require a person to see a health care provider or doctor and get a prescription. These methods are very effective at preventing unintended pregnancy but not sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), which is why using a condom with one of these methods is an effective way to prevent pregnancy and STDs.