Hormonal
Hormonal
Condoms
STIs- Part I
STIs- Part II
100
Hormonal methods of birth control prevent the woman from releasing what?
What is an egg
100
This is a thin piece of plastic that sticks to the skin and releases hormones to prevent a woman from getting pregnant. It is changed every week.
What is the patch
100
Condoms can be purchased here.
What is a drug store, grocery store, convenience store, Walmart, etc.
100
If people are hooking up, these people should be responsible for getting tested for STIs.
Who is everyone
100
Using these could help prevent the spread of most STIs.
What are condoms
200
A woman must take this at about the same time every day in order for it to work.
What is the pill
200
This method of birth control is inserted into the woman's vagina, gradually releasing hormones. She changes it every month.
What is the ring (NuvaRing)
200
If a condom is past this date, you should throw that one away and get a newer one.
What is the expiration date
200
These types of sex (hooking up) can spread STIs.
What is vaginal, anal, oral, and digital sex
200
These parasites are in the lice family, but prefer pubic hair. They produce itchy, red bumps on the skin.
What are crabs
300
Using this with a hormonal method will really increase the chances that a pregnancy won't occur.
What are condoms
300
This small, match-sized method of birth control is inserted just under the skin in a woman's arm to prevent pregnancy. It can last up to 3 years.
What is the implant (Nexplanon)
300
A safe place to store condoms would be here.
What is in your pocket, purse, dresser drawer, cabinet, etc.
300
This is a virus and cannot be cured. Many people have painful sores, although some have fever, headache, or no symptoms at all. If a pregnant woman has this, she will deliver her baby via C-section.
What is Herpes
300
Testing for teens can be FREE and confidential here. (You must say, "I want to be confidential.")
What is the Health Department or "clinic"
400
Go to the doctor's office every 3 months for this to prevent pregnancy.
What is the shot (Depo)
400
A T-shaped piece of plastic inserted by a doctor into the uterus. It affects the way sperm move. One type has hormones, one does not. (These are long term options. They can last up to 10 years.)
What is the IUD (Intrauterine Device: Mirena, Paragard, Skyla)
400
Condoms can be obtained here for FREE (no appointment necessary).
What is the Health Department or "clinic"
400
This STI can cause genital warts and sometimes cancer. It can be very dangerous, although often the body can fight off most of it within 1-2 years.
What is Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
400
This STI, if left untreated, could lead to brain damage, insanity, and even death.
What is Syphilis
500
This type of medication could cancel out the pill. (It won't work while she's taking that medicine.)
What are antibiotics
500
In an emergency (condom breaks), this could be purchased over-the-counter in drug stores to prevent a woman from ovulating (releasing an egg).
What is the Morning After Pill (Plan B, Next Choice, Ella)
500
Using this as a lubricant during sex can actually make the condom more likely to tear apart or break.
What is petroleum jelly, baby oil, certain lotions
500
When a person has AIDS, this system in the body isn't working properly anymore.
What is the immune system
500
If left untreated, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia could both cause this complication for women.
What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) (Infertility)
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