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Some birth control methods work better than others. However, within the first year of committing to abstinence, many couples become pregnant because they have sex anyway but don't use protection. So it's a good idea even for people who don't plan to have sex to be informed about birth control. Couples who do have sex need to use birth control properly and every time to prevent pregnancy.
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(No) Condom Culture: Why Teens Aren’t Practicing Safe Sex

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Sexual Risk Behaviors Can Lead to HIV, STDS, & Teen Pregnancy | Adolescent and School Health | CDC

Many young people engage in sexual risk behaviors and experiences that can result in unintended health outcomes. CDC data show that lesbian, gay, and bisexual high school students are at substantial risk for serious health outcomes pdf icon [PDF — 17 MB] related to sexual behaviors, violence, substance use, and poor mental health as compared to their peers. Half of the 20 million new STDs reported each year were among young people aged 15 to 24 3. Nearly , babies were born to teen girls aged 15—19 years in The correct and consistent use of male latex condoms can reduce the risk of STD transmission, including HIV infection.
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Are Condoms 100% Effective?

The metoo movement ushered in an era of activism and openness. From to , condom use among U. Brittany Badger, director of the Center for Student Wellness at the University of Utah , told Healthline the center surveys students annually, including on condom use. As cases of sexually transmitted infections STIs hit a record high in recent years, encouraging condom use — one of the most effective ways to protect against STIs — remains important.
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There were certain things that the s just did better — including getting the word out about the dangers of unprotected sex. Other reports have found that while teenagers are likely to use a condom the first time they have sex, their behavior becomes inconsistent after that. Americans ages 15 to 24 contract chlamydia and gonorrhea at four times the rate of the general population, and those in their early 20s have the highest reported cases of syphilis and HIV.
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