Emergency Contraception

What’s the deal with emergency contraception - what does it do?

You can use emergency contraception up to five days after unprotected sex. You can get one type of morning-after pill called Plan B One-Step over-the-counter (without a prescription) at drugstores, no matter how old you are. Other types of emergency contraception require a visit to a healthcare provider.

Need to find a clinic to talk with a doctor? We can help: www.factnotfictionms.com/clinics


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Need free condoms? Get them at a Mississippi Health Department Clinic near you: www.factnotfictionms.com/clinics
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Recovery is key to accepting yourself. Recovery blog. 

One day at a time. You’re getting there.

Our motto is, “Change the world by being yourself” and one of our favorite  Meredith Walker quotations is, “Being yourself is a life long quest.”
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smartgirlsattheparty:

thetrevorproject:

recovery-atitsfinest:

Recovery is key to accepting yourself. Recovery blog. 

One day at a time. You’re getting there.

Our motto is, “Change the world by being yourself” and one of our favorite  Meredith Walker quotations is, “Being yourself is a life long quest.”

We love you, Smarties!

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Be careful what you share out there….
Condoms. If you’re sexually active, they are always a good idea! Stay protected!
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reminder that emotional abuse is just as real and just as inexcusable as physical abuse.

lacigreen:

reminder that emotional abuse is just as real and just as inexcusable as physical abuse.



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HIV in Mississippi

HIV infection is highest among Mississippi teens ages 13-19. So what can you do to protect yourself? Know your status, use condoms consistently and get tested regularly if you’re sexually active. 

HIV is passed from one person to another through blood-to-blood contact or by unprotected sexual activity. In addition, infected pregnant women can pass HIV to their babies during pregnancy or delivery, as well as through breast feeding. 

People become infected with HIV from these bodily fluids:
blood, semen, pre-cum, vaginal fluids and breast milk.


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Do using double condoms work?

Hi Anon,

You should never wear two condoms at once. The friction can cause the condoms to break.

Hope this helps!



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do you answer questions about sexual health/give advice?

Yes, our FNF Experts answer questions about sexual health topics like pregnancy prevention, STIs and sex. We also answer questions about relationships or your body, too!




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