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Generally speaking, contraceptives, such as birth control pills and condoms, are legal and widely available. Emergency contraception is also legal and, while a prescription may be technically required, it seems easily obtainable regardless of prescription status for women. However, some minors may experience difficulty obtaining emergency contraceptive pills, particularly if they look underaged. If you are a teenager, you are legally allowed to purchase emergency contraception, but you may need to contact a few pharmacists before finding one who grants you access to emergency contraception. Regarding STIs, there are no travel or residency restrictions related to HIV status in Colombia. Furthermore, Profamilia is a great resource, and there are numerous locations, including mobile clinics, throughout Colombia.