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Play pro ball. Lots of babes. What is foolproof birth control?
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Dr. Rebecca Gray
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Abstinence
Abstinence or hysterectomy are the only "foolproof" ways not to get pregnant.
But even with hysterectomy, std infections are still possible. Only condoms decrease transmission. If you are sexually active; nothing is foolproof and there are no guarantees.

In brief: Abstinence
Abstinence or hysterectomy are the only "foolproof" ways not to get pregnant.
But even with hysterectomy, std infections are still possible. Only condoms decrease transmission. If you are sexually active; nothing is foolproof and there are no guarantees.
Dr. Rebecca Gray
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Dr. Kevin O'neil
If you're having casual sex, using a condom every time without fail will decrease, but not eliminate, your chances of getting a woman pregnant and decrease, but not eliminate, your chances of getting or giving an STD. Keep in mind, when you have sex with her, you're indirectly having sex with everyone she's ever had sex with.
Dr. Paul Rogers
Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Abstinance
Other possibilites: 1.
Condom and birth control pills in female partner 2. Female condom.

In brief: Abstinance
Other possibilites: 1.
Condom and birth control pills in female partner 2. Female condom.
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