Should birth control (orthocyclen) and condom use be mutually exclusive?

Ok to use both. Despite a woman using bc pills, there are advantages to condom use. Main reason is for std prevention. Additionally, there is nothing wrong using condoms as "backup" bc. These are not exclusive options. Bc pills taken correctly are very good protection from pregnancy, but some patients do use condoms anyway for piece of mind.

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Do I need to use condoms if I'm on birth control?

Depends. The answer is more a social one.Both can prevent pregnancy, but only the condoms can provide some protection from sexually transmitted diseases ( and its not 100% on them). Read more...
No. If the purpose is to prevent pregnancy. If risk of STD is present then condom will help protect from certain STDs. Read more...

What is more effective: condoms or birth control?

BCPs. Both condoms and birth control pills are effective if used properly. It is easier to use birth control pills correctly, so they end up being more effective, but they offer no protection from stds at all. If you really want to be effective, use both at the same time. Read more...

Do we need to use both condoms and birth control?

Depends. Condoms will provide your best (but not 100%) protection against sexually transmitted infections, as well as decent protection against pregnanct. To use both would make pregnancy less likely while proving the std protection as best as possible. Read more...

What is better in your opinion, birth control or condoms?

Both. Condoms are better (not perfect) at preventing stds, compared to birth control methods like pills, etc - which don't provide any protection from stds, but birth control (pills, shots, iuds, rings, implantable rods) is much better at preventing pregnancy than condoms alone. Read more...

Where I can receive for free the birth control such as condoms?

Public clinics. Public clinics largely dealing with aids usually have free condoms. They are also at facilities like planned parenthood. Medications like the birth control pills are rarely free but sometimes samples are at gynecologist offices. Read more...

I'm wondering what is the best birth control solution (no condoms)?

Abstinence. As impractical as it seams, abstinence is the best birth control. All others suffer problems with acceptability, side effects or inconvenience. Vasectomy and tubal ligation are also good choices. Read more...
IUD/Implant. Regardless of your age, blood pressure, family history, or reactions to other birth control, the most effective and safest methods of birth control are long-acting progestin-only methods, such as the implant or the hormonal IUD, which decrease rates of endometrial cancer and decrease bleeding. They're safe, reversible, and don't affect weight gain/mood. They're almost as good as getting sterilized. Read more...

Should I continue to use condoms if my girlfriend is on the birth control patch?

Condoms help. Prevent stds, if the patch is used correctly she should not get pg, if she is your age or in her late 30s she should be on a lower dose of hormones if possible as the patch has a higher dose of hormones and 3x more chance for blood clot even though the chance is still low. Read more...

Is sex without condoms safe if you are on birth control and only with one person?

Not necessarily. That one person could have something, the only way to be safe is for that person to be tested to r/o stds and make sure that person is only having sex with one person( you). Read more...