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It starts when you are a teenager and your loving boyfriend suggests you don't use a condom, because he'll lose sensitivity. As a teenager I was vigilant about my sexual health, but after a couple of years, my friends and I became more lax with contraception. It's no wonder that women are hyperconscious of potential side effects. In January, doctors were advised by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency to warn patients taking "third generation pills" including Yasmin, Femodene and Marvelon, that they are twice as likely as older medication to cause life-threatening blood clots.
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It was, she says, a period "characterised by carelessness and drunken decisions at a time where I didn't feel anything bad would happen to me. Luke, 25, told me a similar story. Earlier this year the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Nice recommended that young women should be allowed to keep a supply of the morning-after pill at home in case they need it. A failure to communicate was a common factor, which makes me question whether British sex education — which focuses very much on the mechanics — might have a lot to answer for after all. Remember back in grade school when you'd get glue on your hands, so you'd rub them together until it dried up. Pulling out is our main method of contraception. Obviously if you have been drinking, that increases the risk.
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Several of my friends avoid the pill because of concerns about weight gain, despite the fact that studies reveal it to be minimal. I was constantly bleeding and I went into a deep dark depression. Many of the women I interviewed expressed regret at the fact that they had used the withdrawal method or had unprotected sex when they were younger. They're what we did as awkward teenage couples before losing our "real" virginity , and they often serve as the climax no pun intended for many stories that begin with, "This one time at a shady strip club There's also the fact that the side effects of the pill are too much for some young women to bear. Many, like Frieda, 27, are also wary of the pill. Could it be true that women are being turned off the pill and condoms, too.
Veronica from Washington D.C. Age: 26. Young, cheerful, positive, open for communication and new acquaintances...