How Much Do You Know About Birth Control?

Question 1 of 6

True or false: I want to get pregnant at some point in the future but not now. The only reversible birth control methods are condoms and diaphragms.

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Question 2 of 6

True or false: I am 25 years old and have adult onset acne and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). The pill will not only help me prevent a pregnancy, but it will also help me with those other complaints.

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BFalse
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Question 3 of 6

True or false: A pelvic infection or sexually transmitted disease makes you a poor candidate for an IUD.

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BFalse
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Question 4 of 6

True or false: A condom can not only protect you from becoming pregnant, it can also 100 percent protect you from herpes transmission from your partner (or prevent you from passing herpes to him).

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BFalse
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Question 5 of 6

True or false: The only permanent birth control is a vasectomy for men.

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BFalse
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Question 6 of 6

True or false: If I have unprotected sex or my birth control method fails, my only option, if I do not want to get pregnant, is an abortion.

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BFalse
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