Right Time Baby Island

Kim is in love with Johnny, nevertheless she is not ready for a baby at all. Find out about contraception to avoid unintended teenage pregnancy and still enjoy sexuality.


Learn more about contraception on Right Time Baby Island by watching these tutorial videos.

Frequently asked Questions

Contraceptives are methods or devices used to prevent pregnancy. They work by stopping sperm from reaching an egg or by preventing the release of eggs from the ovaries. Some common types include condoms, birth control pills, patches, injections, implants, and intrauterine devices (IUDs). It’s important to understand that while contraceptives are effective at preventing pregnancy, they do not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms are the only type of contraceptive that also helps prevent STIs. It’s essential to talk to a healthcare provider to learn about the different options and find the best one for your needs.
Preventing unintended pregnancy is important for young people to stay healthy and achieve their goals. Here are some ways to prevent unintended pregnancy:

  • Communication: Talking openly and honestly with your partner about contraception and boundaries can help ensure that both parties are on the same page and reduce the risk of unintended pregnancy.

  • Education: Learning about sexual health, contraception, and reproductive anatomy through reliable sources such as healthcare providers, educational websites, or trusted adults can empower young people to make informed decisions about their sexual health.

  • Emergency contraception: In case of unprotected sex or contraceptive failure, emergency contraception, also known as the morning-after pill, can help prevent pregnancy if taken within a few days of intercourse.

  • Regular healthcare: Visiting a healthcare provider regularly for check-ups, screenings, and discussions about sexual health can help young people stay informed and access the resources they need to prevent unintended pregnancy.

  • Preventing unintended pregnancy is not just about avoiding the physical consequences but also about being emotionally and mentally prepared for the responsibilities that come with sexual activity. It’s essential to prioritize consent, communication, and mutual respect in any sexual relationship.

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