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The Implant is a tiny plastic rod (about the size of a matchstick) that is inserted into the upper arm and can stay there for up to 3 years. It’s over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy, and it couldn’t be easier to use!

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The shot is 99% effective when used correctly, and only requires an action every 12 weeks instead of every day. Read more about how it works and other pros and cons.

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Condoms are one of the most popular contraceptives and also prevent STIs. Read more about the benefits, how to use them correctly, different types, and how to talk about them with your partner.

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HIV affects people of all genders and sexual orientations. The number of new diagnoses has declined since 2005, and new medical advances help slow the progression of the virus and prevent it. Read more about prevalence, symptoms and treatment.

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Syphilis is a bacterial STD that can cause symptoms that look like other common conditions or have no symptoms at all. Fortunately, it’s easy to get tested and is treatable. Read more here.


75% of sexually active adults have been infected with HPV during their lifetime, but most never know they are infected. Good news is there are vaccines that prevent most HPV-caused cancers. Read more about the basics of HPV here.


Chlamydia is the most common STD but <30% of people have ANY symptoms. Learn about how to get tested, how it’s treated, and what it is.


1 in 6 people have genital herpes in the U.S., and it’s a scary topic for many. Learn how it spreads, how to prevent it, and how treatment works.

IUD 101

IUDs are the most doctor-recommended method of birth control, yet many women know little about them. Learn how they work, options for brands, what it’s like to get one, and more!

Birth Control Pill 101

Growing up, many women wish they learned more about the different types of birth control, how they work, and the best fit for them. We say, better late than never, right?

Emergency Contraception Plan B

Anyone ANY AGE can now buy plan B without a prescription and 1/4 of sexually active women aged 20-24 have taken it before. Learn how it works and how to use it.


Over 70% of people don’t have symptoms for most STDs so just get tested! It’s not that big of a deal — check out Team Confi’s trip to get tested to see what it’s like.

Contraceptives Birth Control and Pregnancy

Side-by-side comparison of birth control options making it easy to find what’s best for you. Wonder which methods are actually most popular with women 18-33 or with doctors? Want to know which brands people use? Learn this and more!