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Sexual Health - Contraception

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Contraception
Percent of students that engaged in sexual activity in the past 30 days
The Pill
FAQ on birth control pills from Planned Parenthood:
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/birth-control-pill

Typical Use: 92% vs. Perfect Use: 99.7%

Pull-Out Method
FAQ:
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/withdrawal-pull-out-method

Typical Use: 73% vs. Perfect Use: 96%
Peer Health Educator Training Module
Health Education and Promotion

When participants were asked for the number of sexual partners over the past 12 months
Learning Objectives
Describe the difference between the different categories of contraception
State three common methods of contraception
Explain how each method of contraception works
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of each contraceptive method

Contraception Decisions
Try to think about all these factors in making a decision:
STI prevention
Potential side effects
Effectiveness in preventing pregnancy
Comfort level when using the method
Costs
Lifestyle
Medical history and overall health

Emergency Contraception
FAQ:
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/morning-after-pill-emergency-contraception

*These pills are less effective in women weighing 165 to 176 pounds, and are not effective in women over 176 pounds (80 kg).
IUD
FAQ:
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/iud

Typical Use: 99.1% vs. Perfect Use: 99.1%
Birth Control Myths
Quiz
For further information, visit...
www.sexualityandu.ca
A great and very informative website created by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada

www.toronto.ca/health/index.htm
Toronto Public Health has lots of info on sex ed. You can also look up where your nearest sexual health clinic is.

www.hasslefreeclinic.org
A great clinic for STI/HIV testing and info in Toronto, catering to a wide range of clientele with diverse needs!

Also, check our own Health Education & Promotion web page or the Appletree Medical Centre for more info and resources!
http://goo.gl/forms/pPrZU1TLCj0yJM7t1
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