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I think that people forget that condoms protect you from more than just pregnancy.
And there is no morning after pill for HIV.
ACTUALLY THERE IS.
It’s called post exposure prophylaxis.
If you’ve had unprotected sex and are afraid of possibly being at risk for HIV, please go to the emergency room and ask about POST EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS.
Works for up to 48 - 72 hours after exposure to HIV.
DO NOT HAVE UNPROTECTED SEX BECAUSE YOU CAN GET PEP.
PEP means a minimum of a month on ARV’s (side effects include nausea, vomitting, diahorrea, exhaustion and depressed mood) as well as regular blood tests for the next year. It’s fantastic if you’ve been raped, but should not be an option if you are choosing to have sex with someone. You can also pick up contact diseases like HPV (which is linked to cervical cancer) and herpes. Condoms may not be entirely safe, but they can certainly lower your chances. If you don’t want to use a condom, be mature enough to get tested with your partner first and to get another form of contraception.
If you are not careful enough to practice safe sex, you are not responsible enough to have sex. Don’t be a fool about your own health.
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