Presentation on theme: "The diaphragm is a shallow silicone cup that blocks sperm from reaching the cervix with the help of spermicide. It is 82% effective against pregnancy."— Presentation transcript:
The diaphragm is a shallow silicone cup that blocks sperm from reaching the cervix with the help of spermicide. It is 82% effective against pregnancy. They do not protect from STIs whatsoever.
A small, t-shaped object inserted into the uterus to prevent sperm from reaching an egg, or prevents an egg from being released. It is 99% effective against pregnancy, but not at all protective against STIs.
A latex tube worn on the penis during intercourse to prevent sperm and other fluids from reaching the vagina or other skin. Condoms are about 82% effective against pregnancy. They highly reduce the risk of STI transfers, but are not absolutely effective.
A virus that causes itchy and painful blisters on or around the genitals or rectum. Can be prevented through condoms, safe sex, and a single sex partner.
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