The human species survives by reproducing, which is accomplished by sexual intercourse between a man and a woman. However, not every sexual encounter has to end in a baby, thanks to the phenomenon of birth control. If you're sexually active, but not ready to be a mother or a father, you should protect yourself. How much do you know about your options?
Question 1 of 10
Most condoms are made of sheepskin.
Question 2 of 10
It's OK to use oil-based lubricants with condoms.
Question 3 of 10
The most common side effect of the birth control pill is lowered libido.
Question 4 of 10
Even if they use the birth control pill correctly, 5 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year.
Question 5 of 10
The birth control pill thickens cervical mucus and thins the lining of the uterus.
Question 6 of 10
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the birth control pill in 1951.
Question 7 of 10
NuvaRing, the birth control vaginal ring, should be left in place for three weeks.
Question 8 of 10
You should only put the birth control patch on your stomach.
Question 9 of 10
To use the birth control patch correctly, you should change the patch every month.
Question 10 of 10