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  • Topic: Pregnancy
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Condoms slip over the penis to prevent pregnancy and lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections by trapping sperm. Some condoms also use spermicide for extra sperm-killing power.  You just have to remember to use them. Every. Single. Time.
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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The shot prevents pregnancy by releasing hormones that prevent ovulation and block sperm from getting to the egg.  Once you get it, you are set for three months, there’s nothing you need to remember, and no one can tell that you are on it.
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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The pill is birth control that you take once a day to prevent pregnancy.  There are different types, but most work by preventing ovulation and blocking sperm from reaching the egg.  The pill is easy to use.  Just take it every day, around the same...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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The implant is a matchstick-sized rod that goes under the skin of your upper arm.  It prevents pregnancy by releasing hormones to prevent ovulation and blocks sperm from reaching the egg.  It lasts up to 3 years, there’s nothing to remember, and...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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  The patch sticks to your body—kind of like a Band-Aid—and prevents pregnancy by releasing hormones that stop ovulation and help block sperm from getting to the egg.  It’s really easy to use—just stick it on and you’re good to go.  
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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An IUD is a small piece of plastic that goes into your uterus and prevents pregnancy by making it almost impossible for sperm to move around. An IUD lasts for years and there’s nothing you have to remember.
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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An internal condom , a.k.a. the female condom, is a pouch you put in your vagina to prevent pregnancy and protect against STIs by trapping sperm. They’re safe, easy to use, and can be bought without a prescription. Just remember to use a new one...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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The ring is a small, flexible device that you put into your vagina, where it releases hormones to prevent pregnancy. You leave it in for three weeks, then remove it the fourth week.  It’s invisible, and really effective when you use it on time...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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Pregnancy begins with sperm and an egg. If sperm gets into your vagina during sex, it travels up to the fallopian tubes in search of an egg.  If it fertilizes an egg and the egg attaches to your uterus’s lining, you’re pregnant.   ...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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When accidents happen, emergency contraception —a.k.a. EC—can be your best friend.  If the condom breaks, you forget your pills, or you get swept up in the heat of the moment, EC can effectively reduce your chance of pregnancy for up to 5 days...
  • Posted: 6/15/2016
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Word around town (errrr…gyno conventions) is that IUDs are making a comeback. They’re safe for teens and leaders in the “set it and forget it” category of birth control (aka—get it inserted ONE TIME and you’re good to go for  three-12 years of...
  • Posted: 11/23/2015
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The below essay was written by Kalvin L., 17, from California. He was awarded Second Prize in the Stay Teen Project Future Essay Contest.     ...
  • Posted: 10/20/2015
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The below essay was written by Gabrielle B., 15, from Texas. She was awarded Third Prize in the Stay Teen Project Future Essay Contest.     ...
  • Posted: 10/20/2015
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The below essay was written by Montanna T., 18, from California. She was awarded First Prize in the Stay Teen Project Future Essay Contest.     ...
  • Posted: 10/20/2015
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As a general rule of thumb, if a pregnancy question begins with the fact that there was a penis inside of a vagina, the answer is probably, “yes, you could be pregnant.” (Don’t totally freak here, “could be pregnant” is different than “are pregnant.”)...
  • Posted: 9/9/2013
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As a peer educator, I have many opportunities to talk to and educate teens on teen pregnancy and other risky behaviors. It is a lot easier for teens to go to other teens for advice, rather than to their parents or other adults, so it is very important...
  • Posted: 3/23/2012
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Growing up, my sister and I spent a lot of time together because she was the one who always babysat me while our mom was working. But that drastically changed when she became pregnant at 17. Our relationship completely changed because instead of her...
  • Posted: 2/24/2012
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We asked several members of our Youth Leadership Team to tell us what kind of advice they would give a younger brother or sister about their future. What advice would you give? Tell us in the comments! 
  • Posted: 12/1/2010
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After watching this video, you'll get to know more about the Latino teens that appear in the video and hear them talk about their future goals, dreams, and many reasons why they've decided to delay having children at a young age. All Stay Joven PSAs...
  • Posted: 10/1/2010
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Three minutes can sometimes feel like a really, really long time. Watch this video and find out why.  All Stay Joven PSAs are filmed by Latino teens, for Latino teens. All comments are unscripted and provide a glimpse as to what Latino teens are...
  • Posted: 10/1/2010
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Ceci from East Los High talks about teen pregnancy prevention and taking the National Day Quiz. How do you score?!
  • Posted: 5/1/2010
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