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About Unprotected Sex

Having unprotected sex is risky. When you do not use any type of birth control, you may end up with an unplanned pregnancy. If you do not know your partner’s history and do not use a condom, you may end up with a sexually transmitted disease. While some diseases are treatable and curable, others are not.

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Risks of Unprotected Sex and Pregnancy

While the safest way to avoid unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases is not to have sexual relations, using condoms or other protection can go a long way toward preventing such risks, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Teenage girls and older women alike, even during planned pregnancies, also run a small risk of complications related to their pregnancies, according to the March of Dimes.

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How Many Times Can Someone Take the Plan B Pill?

The Plan B pill is emergency contraception that can be used up to 72 hours after a birth control failure or unprotected sex. Plan B is Levonorgestrel taken in two doses 12 hours apart. Women over 18 can purchase Plan B from their pharmacist without a prescription, making it a safe and accessible option when you are concerned about the possibility of pregnancy. Learn the risks of Plan B, the benefits, and how and when to use Plan B.