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The Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) was first approved as a method of birth control by the US Food & Drug Administration in 2000. The Mirena IUD works in two ways: it pre...
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A person's Basal Body Temperature (BBT) is the lowest body temperature the body will reach in the course of a twenty-four hour period, which typically occurs while a person is...
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The infection Chlamydia is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis and it is transmitted by way of vaginal, oral, or anal sexual contact with another person who is alrea...
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Emergency Contraception Emergency contraception comes in two forms: There are emergency contraceptive pills (morning after pills) and there is the coil, also known as the Copp...
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In order for contraceptives to be effective, you must know the proper use of contraceptives. In this article, we are going to look at the two most common contraceptives and ho...
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There has been a significant breakthrough in the development of a birth control pill for men. The drug is called JQ1, a one-time hopeful anti-cancer treatment that controls th...
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With the rise of former state governor Mitt Romney to the position of the Republican Presidential Candidate, some questions have surfaced about his religion and certain aspect...
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Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection that has highly variable symptoms in men. About one in ten men infected with gonorrhea do not exhibit any signs of infection at a...
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Chlamydia genital infection is the most commonly reported sexually transmitted disease in the United States and one of the most commonly reported in the world. It is typically...
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Chlamydia is a staggeringly common sexually transmitted disease in the United States, among the most common of all the STDs. Despite it being a bacterial infection and not a...

 
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