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There's good news and bad news: You can’t get pregnant from oral sex, but you can get a sexually transmitted infection.

While you can’t get pregnant from oral sex, you can get a sexually transmitted infection (STI, a.k.a. STD). The risk of getting an STI from oral sex is a little different from the risk of vaginal sex.

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Contrary to popular myth, modern IUDs don't cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

Some health care providers refuse to give young women or women without children an IUD for fear of STIs and PID. Science tells us that this is just plain wrong: women can safely use an IUD regardless of age or how many babies they’ve had.