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Contraception refers to the methods that are used to prevent pregnancy. Some methods of contraception (condoms) can also be used to prevent some sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
There is also a type of contraception called emergency contraception that can be used after unprotected sex, to protect you from pregnancy. There are two methods of emergency contraception:
Remember that if you have unprotected sex, this always puts you at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Contraception is free on the NHS for all ages so you won’t have to pay anything. You can get it from a range of places including Brook services, other young people’s services, GP surgeries, GUM or sexual health clinics and family planning services.
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