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UTIs and sex: everything you need to know

Having emergency contraception and condoms on hand can provide a sense of security and control over one's sexual health. Emergency contraception, also known as the morning-after pill, can be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. Condoms, on the other hand, are a form of barrier protection that can prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. By having these options readily available, individuals can take proactive steps to prevent unwanted pregnancy and reduce the risk of contracting STIs. Pregnancy tests can also be used as a form of birth control by allowing individuals to monitor their fertility and identify the most fertile days of their menstrual cycle, increasing their chances of conceiving when desired and avoiding sex during fertile periods to prevent pregnancy. However, it is important to note that relying solely on pregnancy tests for birth control is not a reliable or recommended method, and individuals should always use additional forms of contraception for optimal protection.