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Old 20-11-10, 07:17 AM   #1
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Icon1 Contraception

Contraception is what you are able to use in order to protect yourself and your partner from either contracting a sexually transmitted disease or getting your female partner pregnant. When entering into a sexual relationship it is always best to be “in the know” when it comes to contraception and which methods of protection are best.

Common Contraception Methods:

1. The condom
2. The Femidom
3. The Pill
4. The Rod
5. Emergency Contraceptive Pills (EC)

Where to get contraception

You may purchase condoms at any local pharmacy and in some cases your school may have condom and contraceptive sessions where they are able to give them out freely to students.

The femidom may be purchased at any local pharmacy, most schools in the UK dont provide these but may upon request.

The pill can be requested by visiting your doctors, he/she will discuss contraception methods with you, simply phone in for an appointment.

The rod requires a visit to your doctors where they will refer you to a special contraception clinic. The clinic will do this free of charge in the United Kingdom.

Emergency contraceptive pills can be issued by your doctor and also purchased from your local pharmacy, simply ask for emergency contraceptive pills.
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