There is no such thing as 100% safe when it comes to getting STIs. Compared to other types of sex, oral sex is considered a lower risk activity but "low risk" does not mean "no risk." Did you know that the majority of common sexually transmitted infections such as Gonorrhea & Chlamydia can be transferred through either performing or receiving oral sex? Also, STIs that are transferred through oral sex may have no visible symptoms.
That's why it is especially important for pregnant women to avoid harmful substances like drugs and alcohol during pregnancy. If you are having unprotected sex, you might be pregnant and not know it. It is important to know if you are pregnant so you can make healthy choices to protect your baby.
Try not to Cram
Studying like crazy the night before an exam can leave you feeling exhausted and more stressed out than before. Studying in small doses several days before the big test may help you feel more relaxed and prepared.
Physical activity before the test may help reduce body tension. Take a brisk walk or jog, do something you enjoy the night before your exam.
Provided that the pills are taken correctly (about the same time of day, every day, without missing any pills), the birth control pill will provide very good protection against pregnancy. The failure rate of the birth control pill is about 1% per year if taken correctly. This means that 1 woman out of every 100 taking the pill for one year will become pregnant. Compare this to women not using birth control, where 80-85 out of 100 will become pregnant during
Not necessarily! Condoms are now being marketed in new, fun ways. "One" condom company is a company that is marketing "next generation" condoms and giving you an opportunity to share your design ideas. "One" condoms have been spotted in some stores around the NWT - check them out!