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When a person decides they are ready to have sex, it means they must also take responsibility in protecting themselves from unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STI). The information in this website may not be useful for you now, but there is no harm in spending some time to gain some knowledge that you may need in the future.
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Although natural fertility declines from age 35 and up, use of effective contraception is still essential in preventing unplanned pregnancies until a woman has reached menopause. Women who become pregnant over the age of 35 have an increased risk of…
Even if you are only occasionally having intercourse, effective contraception is still needed to prevent unplanned pregnancy. Natural methods is not recommended due to the difficulty of predicting ovulation accurately .
Not getting any? You’re not alone: Women today have less time for sex than their 1950s counterparts. And it’s estimated that 40 million Americans have what experts call a sexless marriage (having sex less than 10 times a year).