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1 Breakthrough bleeding? (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
2 Is this normal? (post #0) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
3 Should I/Can I take plan B? (post #2) Emergencies and Crises
4 Should I/Can I take plan B? (post #0) Emergencies and Crises
5 Confused... breakthrough/withdrawal bleed, etc (post #2) Safer Sex & Birth Control
6 Confused... breakthrough/withdrawal bleed, etc (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
7 Young Women: Sex & Love (in your own words) (post #3) Sexual Ethics and Politics
8 Combined Pill effectiveness with certain factors... (post #2) Safer Sex & Birth Control
9 Combined Pill effectiveness with certain factors... (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
10 Gender Roles in Relationships (post #6) Gender Issues
11 birth control pill symptoms...? (post #3) Safer Sex & Birth Control
12 birth control pill symptoms...? (post #2) Safer Sex & Birth Control
13 birth control pill symptoms...? (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
14 The Pill and Migraines? (post #3) Safer Sex & Birth Control
15 The Pill and Migraines? (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
16 paranoid? or legitimate reason for concern? (post #1) Pregnancy and Parenting
17 paranoid? or legitimate reason for concern? (post #0) Pregnancy and Parenting

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