Poll Finds 1 in 5 Brit Women Blame Drink or Drugs for Unprotected Sex

by Kathy Jones on  January 2, 2011 at 7:51 PM Sexual Health News
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One in five Brit women, who end up having unprotected sex blame drink or drugs, a survey has found.

As many as half of the women interviewed said their preferred method of contraception was the Pill, however, two out of five favoured condoms, reports the Daily Express.
 Poll Finds 1 in 5 Brit Women Blame Drink or Drugs for Unprotected Sex
Poll Finds 1 in 5 Brit Women Blame Drink or Drugs for Unprotected Sex
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Meanwhile, a small number of men-one in 67-said they prefer women to take the morning-after pill so they can avoid wearing a condom.

The Co-operative Pharmacy surveyed more than 3,000 men and women.

Just over two per cent of women from 1,800 surveyed had taken the morning-after pill three times or more and a similar number of those aged 18 to 21 used it as their 'regular' form of contraception.

"The morning-after pill should be a last resort to prevent an unwanted pregnancy," said Mandeep Mudhar, head of NHS development at the firm.

Source: ANI

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