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Which type of birth control is best for preventing pregnancy during the first time?

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Dr. Muhammad Emran answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Condoms: Use condoms every time. The birth control pills, patches, iuds, and other devices all take at least 1 month to become active.

Answered 6/17/2013

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Dr. Michael Mull answered

Specializes in

Birthcontrol: Condoms, condoms, condoms and if you are going to have sex get depoprovera shot at least 1 day before or start birth control 1 month before but still condoms.

Answered 9/3/2013

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