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All About Female Sterilisation
All About Female Sterilisation
A sterilisation is a form of birth control that involves blocking or removing part of the fallopian tube. This form of contraception is permanent as to reverse it is…...
All About the Coil
All About the Coil
The coil is a small medical device that is inserted through the cervix and sits in the entrance to the uterus. It aims to prevent sperm from entering the womb and…...
Female Condoms: the Pros and Cons
Female Condoms: the Pros and Cons
Female condoms are widely used in developing countries to help combat the AIDs epidemic but they have advantages and disadvantages when used as an ordinary contraceptive....
How Contraceptive Patches Work
How Contraceptive Patches Work
Contraceptive patches are worn on the skin allowing the hormone contained in the patch to be absorbed into the blood stream and provide contraceptive cover....
How The Emergency Pill Works
How The Emergency Pill Works
The morning after pill, or emergency pill is a small tablet that is taken upto 72 hours after ejaculation aiming to prevent pregnancy....
The Contraceptive Diaphragm Explained
The Contraceptive Diaphragm Explained
The diaphragm is a form of contraception that involves the female inserting a device into the vagina which sits over the cervix preventing sperm from entering the womb....
The Hormone Implant Explained
The Hormone Implant Explained
Hormone implants are becoming increasingly popular as a form of contraception and involves the woman having a tiny device inserted under the skin which contains…...
The Pill Explained
The Pill Explained
Using the pill as a method of bith control involves taking a small tablet everyday that contains hormones which act on the body helping to protect against pregnancy....
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