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Women Choose Better Birth Control When They Don't Have to Pay - Newsweek



Newsweek
 
Women Choose Better Birth Control When They Don't Have to Pay 
Newsweek
Cost is preventing women from choosing the most effective birth control, a new study from the University of Utah Health reveals. The study?though it may not shock most people?documents evidence that removing cost barriers to contraceptives, building ...

 


Women prefer long-lasting birth control if cost isn't a factor: Study ... - ABC News



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Women prefer long-lasting birth control if cost isn't a factor: Study ... 
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If they don't have to think about cost or availability, women may be more likely to choose long-lasting birth control, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health. Intrauterine devices, or IUDs, and implants -- tiny ...

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Medication, procedures may alleviate fibroids - Bismarck Tribune



Bismarck Tribune
 
Medication, procedures may alleviate fibroids 
Bismarck Tribune
These range from tablets to a progestin-releasing intrauterine device. ? Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists block estrogen and progesterone and cause a temporary post-menopausal state. These medications are used to shrink the fibroids, usually in ...

 


9 Facts About IUD Birth Control to Help Determine If It's Right for You - Allure Magazine



Allure Magazine
 
9 Facts About IUD Birth Control to Help Determine If It's Right for You 
Allure Magazine
Since the Trump administration first made its agenda of narrowing reproductive rights clear, gynecologists have reported rising numbers of patients seeking an intrauterine device (commonly known as an IUD), a tiny T-shaped device inserted into the ...

 


Global Intrauterine Devices Market Size 2018-( OCON Medical) - The Important Events 24



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Global Intrauterine Devices Market Size 2018-( OCON Medical) 
The Important Events 24
The ?Global Intrauterine Devices Market 2018? report gives a clear understanding of the present market condition which includes of historic and projected upcoming Intrauterine Devices industry size, growth, value, and volume, projecting cost-effective.

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Contraceptive IUDs re-invented for the first time in 50 years | Metro ... - Metro



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Contraceptive IUDs re-invented for the first time in 50 years | Metro ... 
Metro
A hormone-free contraceptive ball is being hailed as a 'safe and comfortable' alternative to metal coils. The Ballerine is shaped like a ball instead of the T-shape coil that more...

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We talked to women about the struggles of buying birth control in Lebanon - StepFeed



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We talked to women about the struggles of buying birth control in Lebanon 
StepFeed
... worries her father would find out about her purchases, saying, "He's a doctor and medical people in Lebanon all know each other, so I don't know if confidentiality would be respected." Furthermore, she added that the case is no different regarding ...

 


Birth control programs for the drug addicted - Portsmouth Daily Times



Portsmouth Daily Times
 
Birth control programs for the drug addicted 
Portsmouth Daily Times
The state health department in northeast Tennessee started a pilot program three years ago to offer the option of reversible birth control or an intrauterine device (IUD) to female inmates in jail. Dr. Stephen May, the department's medical director, is ...

 


Israeli gynecologist builds a better IUD - IsraCast



Israeli gynecologist builds a better IUD 
IsraCast
A contraceptive device from Israel called Ballerine has refined the intrauterine device (IUD) for greater comfort and safety, according to its developer. Made by OCON Medical in Modi'in, Ballerine is the first product based on the trademarked IUB ...

 


Sexpert: Nervous First-timer | The Princetonian - The Daily Princetonian



Sexpert: Nervous First-timer | The Princetonian 
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Dear Sexpert, I am a virgin, and I think I am ready to have sex for the first time with my partner. But I am feeling a little nervous. What should I expect? What should I do to prepare? --Nervous First-Timer.

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