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All told, there are nearly 500 drugs known to interact with oral contraceptives, but only a small percentage involve a serious interaction. There are 19 known drugs to have wh...
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Over the last few decades in the United States, minors (someone who is age 12 or older) have progressively been given the right to consent to their own reproductive health car...
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The birth control patch, otherwise known by its market name, Ortho Evra, is a little, thin plastic patch that you stick to your skin. A new patch is required every week for th...
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There are plenty of myths and rumors floating around about birth control pills and what they can or cannot do. Some of them are not to be taken seriously. Others should be tak...
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The Essure procedure is a short, hormone-free and surgery-free medical procedure in which a physician inserts Essure contraceptive inserts into a woman's fallopian tubes, not...
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When many women who take one of the birth control pills decide to come off the contraceptive, they find themselves with excess pill packs. Can they donate these pills to organ...
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Here are some of the frequently asked questions about the Birth Control Pill. How long does it take before I am protected against pregnancy? Check with your doctor or pharmaci...
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Can birth control pills cause miscarriages? is, like many questions associated with birth control, a loaded question with more than one answer. Since the internet abounds with...
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Lutera is one of over a dozen marketing names for the combination birth control drug ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel. This drug contains female hormones which work to pr...
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Fertility awareness-based methods are methods women use to track their ovulation in an effort to prevent pregnancy. There are a number of fertility awareness-based methods, or...

 
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