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    Quiz: What Birth Control Suits You?
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Many forms of birth control exist, but which type best fits your lifestyle and needs?

    Some important questions to ask are:

    • Are you with one long-term sexual partner?
    • Would you prefer to skip your monthly menstrual periods?
    • Do you need a birth control method that you can get without a doctor's prescription?

    Answer these questions in our Birth Control Quiz to find out what type of birth control would fit best into your lifestyle.

    Any other questions you'd like to ask about birth control? Leave your questions and feedback here for the community to share with you.

    ~Andie
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