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how can birth control work and condom question?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
24 years experience Psychiatry
May need to break: this up into more than one question. Recommend asking one clear and specific question per entry. Re-ask.
Answered on Oct 4, 2016
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1 cycle: Ideally, you should use 2 types of birth control for the first cycle.
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Double barrier: condoms PLUS: spermicidal gel, foam, sponges, diaphragm, IUD or female Progesterone insert.
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Take Plan B or Ella (ulipristal acetate): Since you have only been on birth control for 5 days, i would take Plan B or ella (ulipristal acetate).

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