Do You Know the Facts About Contraceptives?

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Question 1 of 8

True or false: Combined hormonal methods of birth control (the pill, patch, and vaginal ring) are linked to a slightly increased risk of deep vein thrombosis, heart attack, and stroke.

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Question 2 of 8

True or false: Once an intrauterine device (IUD) is inserted, you need to have it checked monthly by a doctor to ensure it is still working.

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Question 3 of 8

True or false: The pill is not effective immediately after taking one dose.

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Question 4 of 8

True or false: It's typically painful to have a birth control implant put in your arm.

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Question 5 of 8

True or false: Hormonal contraception prevents STDs.

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Question 6 of 8

True or false: IUDs are the most commonly used form of contraceptive for women under 30 in the US.

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Question 7 of 8

True or false: You can get pregnant right away after stopping use of the birth control injection.

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Question 8 of 8

True or false: Some antibiotics used to treat infections may cause hormonal contraceptives to be less effective.

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