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Couples who are expecting a baby still have the desire for sex and intimacy as they await the arrival of their new bundle of joy. When thinking about safe sex during pregnancy...
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Basil body temperature is the temperature of a woman’s body while at rest. Many people are aware that charting basil body temperature (BBT) is an important and helpful method...
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Researchers and scientists have recently linked a connection to oral sex and cancer. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at the types of cancer that have been...
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The use of oral contraceptives for acne has been practiced for at least the last twenty years. Of course, this option is only available for females. The last thing a teenage b...
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Oral contraceptives and breast cancer have been a major concern for women for over fifty years. Scientists and researchers have been working diligently to provide answers abou...
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Triphasic oral contraceptives have three different doses of the two hormones (estrogen and progestin) that make up the birth control pill. In each package of triphasic oral co...
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As we, all know the majority of men notice I said majority not all men leave the birth control up to the woman. However, in this article we are going to look at contraceptive...
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Low dose oral contraceptives are just as effective as the “normal” dose oral contraceptives in preventing pregnancy. However the risk of heart attacks, blood clots, and stroke...
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There are several kinds of contraceptives in this article; we are going to look at a few of the lesser-known kinds of contraceptives. By lesser know I mean we will be skipping...
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There are several over the counter contraceptives available for both men and women. Generally speaking, none of the over the counter contraceptives in this article have any si...

 
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