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Plan B is a type of emergency contraception that can be used after unprotected sex to help prevent pregnancy. 7 out of 8 women who would have gotten pregnant without using Pla...
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For women looking for a long term method of birth control that is not permanent, the Paraguard IUD might be the method that works best. Also known as the Copper T 380a, the Pa...
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While the Paraguard Copper T IUD is designed to last 10 years, removal can be performed at anytime. Women who decided to use the Copper T IUD should not feel like they must ke...
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Emergency contraception, also known as the morning after pill is an emergency form of birth control a woman can take within 120 hours after unprotected intercourse. So if your...
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The morning after pill, or emergency contraception is designed to use when a woman has unprotected sex or her regular method of contraception fails. Emergency contraception ca...
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A method to prevent pregnancy when you have an unexpected need is emergency contraception. Emergency contraception can be used up to 120 (5 days) after unprotected intercourse...
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In order to fully understand the question how do oral contraceptives work you must know about the different types of oral contraceptives. Yes, all oral contraceptives come in...
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Herpes can be one of the most confusing sexually transmitted infections and it usually comes with a lot of questions. Can I still have sex? Will I infect someone else? What ab...
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When we look at safe sex vs abstinence, abstinence has always and will always win. Abstinence is the only one hundred percent effective form of birth control to prevent pregna...
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Non hormonal contraceptives come in the form of barrier methods and a copper IUD. These types of contraceptives are important because some women do not tolerate hormonal contr...

 
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