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Chlamydia is an alarmingly common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. Untreated, in women Chlamydia can cause significant health problems, including pelvic infl...
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With the United States having one of the highest teen pregnancy rates among industrialized countries, the debate about offering contraceptives in schools continues. Sexual hea...
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When looking at the Mirena vs Paragard there is, only one difference between the two IUDs one has hormones that are slowly secreted through out the monthly cycle and the other...
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The Copper T IUD is a method of contraception that lasts up to ten years after insertion. It is considered 99% effective in preventing pregnancy and contains no hormones. Wome...
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Implanon is a method of hormonal birth control that is 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. Shaped like a match stick, Implanon is a hormone filled rod that is implanted in...
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The Copper T IUD is a method of contraception that is over 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. Shaped like a T, it is inserted into the uterus and prevents pregnancy by imp...
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Implanon is a hormonal method of birth control that is about the size of a matchstick and inserted in a woman’s upper arm. It lasts for three years and fertility returns after...
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There is no excuse not to practice safe when there are so many different types of contraceptives available. Both women and men have the option of choosing a birth control pill...
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Not all contraceptives have side effects but some do and it is important to know what they are. When someone starts using a new contraceptive, they may experience some unusual...
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Implanon is a hormonal method of contraception that is implanted in a woman’s arm and designed to last up to three years. Like other hormonal methods of contraception Implanon...

 
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