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…Is it safe after nine days? or should I wait longer? Some people have said six weeks but mainly I’m reading seven days. Can I get pregnant on the 9th day? It is important to know that once someone has had the Nexplanon for a full week, they are 99% protected from pregnancy even if […]
Thank you for asking!! Teen Clinic is a sexual health clinic located in Boulder and Longmont, Colorado- and it’s just for teens! Teen Clinic offers appointments like: Birth control, STI testing, Annual exams, pregnancy tests and infection checks. Teens can walk into Teen Clinic to get things like birth control ( if they have a […]
Everyone has pubic hair. People usually start to notice pubic hair around puberty. Pubic hair is a completely normal part of growing up. Choosing whether or not to shave your genitals is a very personal decision. Some people shave because they find it more attractive; some people don’t shave because they find having hair more attractive. In the […]
The next day my vagina was itchy but there is no discharge or odor. Itching can potentially be a sign of an infection. Some STIs (sexually transmitted infections) can have symptoms that include itching. It is important to know that at Teen Clinic we define “sex” as oral, anal, vaginal intercourse, or genital to genital contact. If […]
This is a great question! It is important to know that people define sex differently. At Teen Clinic we define sex as vaginal, oral, anal, and genital to genital contact. STIs can be a very real risk for people if they are engaging in certain types of sexual contact. It’s good to know that when it comes […]