Unfortunately, Plan B is not effective for everyone. Both Julia and Danielle say that the the copper IUD is actually the most effective means of emergency contraception when inserted within five days of unprotected sex. Once unprotected sex takes place, your best defense against unwanted pregnancy is taking an emergency contraceptive. Danielle says that an emergency contraceptive such as Plan B One-Step , which is also sold as Next Choice One Dose can be taken up to hours or five days after unprotected sex, though it's most effective if taken within 24 hours. A condom that's expired or worn incorrectly can tear or fall off, putting you at greater risk for STIs and — if you're not using another method of birth control — pregnancy. When it comes to STI testing, Julia says that the earliest testing should be done is "two weeks after exposure for gonorrhea and chlamydia, 10 days after exposure for syphilis, and four weeks after potential exposure for HIV.
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