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Bumps on the penis can mean many different things. This could be something as simple as an ingrown hair, or something more serious like an STI. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to tell what’s going on without seeing a doctor in person. You can call us at the Teen Clinic to make an appointment with one of […]
Great job thinking about your sexual health! Pregnancy is possible whenever sperm comes into contact with the vagina. But using a condom correctly can help reduce that risk up to 98%. Emergency Contraception works by preventing ovulation, or keeping the egg from being released from the ovary. It is important to take Emergency Contraception as […]
….and I’m going to have sex. Is this okay? There’s only one person who can tell or decide if you’re ready to have sex or participate in sexual activities: you! If you’re considering becoming sexually active, spend some time thinking about why sexual activity might be right for you. Make sure you’re not feeling pressured by […]
Teen Clinic does not offer abortions. We do offer free, unbiased decision counseling. If you’re not sure whether parenting, adoption, or abortion is your best plan, it’s a great idea to make an appointment to see one of our counselors. Your parent or partner is welcome too! Learning more about your options can help ensure […]
……..and my boyfriend ejaculated inside me. I took Plan B 30ish mins after what are the chances of me being pregnant? When someone starts a new hormonal method of birth control (like the pill) they need to use a back up method (like condoms or practicing abstinence) for one week before that method will be effective. […]