Birth Control

What happens when you don't take your birth control?

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2008-11-29 06:47:20
2008-11-29 06:47:20

If you have sex without using some kind of Birth Control, then you'll get pregnant. It doesn't happen EVERY time, but if you continue to have sex without using some form of birth control, you WILL get pregnant.

Use a condom. Every time, until you WANT to get pregnant.

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