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#1

True or false: You cannot get pregnant if you have sex while menstruating.

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  • True. There are no eggs in the uterus at that time.

  • False. Conception unlikely but still possible.

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#2

True or false: You can still get pregnant if your partner withdraws before ejaculating.

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  • True. Pre-ejaculation is real!

  • False. No ejaculation, no conception.

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#3

Protection comes first! Which is the only contraceptive that protects against sexually transmitted infections?

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    IUD
    Oral contraceptive
    Condom
    Hormonal injection

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#4

True or false: Although the pill is the most effective at preventing conception when used properly, using it for too long can result in infertility.

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  • True. The body loses its ability to conceive with too many artificial hormones.

  • False. There is no time limit for using the pill.

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#5

True or false: If a woman was raped, her body will naturally “shut down” conception.

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  • True. The body works in mysterious ways.

  • False. This is so scientifically wrong.

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#6

The pill is one of the most popular methods of birth control. What actually happens with these oral contraceptives?

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  • Uterine lining prevents implantation of possibly fertilized eggs.

  • Fertilized eggs are aborted and disintegrated.

  • Mucus creates a shield over the cervix, preventing sperm from entering the uterus.

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