Jacob Wackerhausen

According to Time Magazine, recent studies revealed that couples who "wrap it up" are declining. The percentage seems to decrease the longer the couple stays together.

With an abundance of contraception to choose from when it comes to preventing pregnancy, it's not a surprise that condoms are being used less with monogamous couples. But is it the safest bet?

If you're worried about contracting STD's, condoms are still the safest option (aside from abstinence).  Other birth control methods, while effective in preventing pregnancy, still leave you at high risk for disease.

For pregnancy prevention, the options list is a long one. From a myriad of pills to shots and IUD's, how does one choose? To find out what the best option for you and your partner is, speak to your doctor or click here to get info from local experts at Citizens for Citizens Family Planning.