Do I need to use Condoms if I’m on another form of birth control?

Birth control methods such as The Pill, IUDs, etc. will help to prevent pregnancy, but they won’t prevent you from contracting STIs.

This means if you’re in a new relationship or have casual, or multiple, sexual partners, and any of them aren’t getting regular sexual health screenings, you should absolutely use condoms (or dental dams) for STI protection.

2018-09-25T17:48:35+00:0021 September, 2018|Categories: Barrier, Condom, Non-hormonal, Short-acting|