Friday, April 29, 2016
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
And... if the condom breaks, or you have not yet gotten effective longer term contraction and have had unprotected sex and want to prevent pregnancy it is important to know that you can use either of the approved medications for up to 5 days after having sex, and that a ParaGard IUD insertion is a viable method of emergency contraception as well. But even the WHO says that about 1/10 women don't think of getting or taking Emergency Contraception or the so called Morning After pill until that time has already passed. It is also important for women to realize that the treatment with the medications doesn't harm an existing pregnancy. The approved Plan B method was designed to be given in the first 72 hours, however it can work for up to the 5 days, so this is also your contraception working overtime! If you want to make it easy, you can buy Plan B over the counter, and it is still necessary to contact your gyno if you want an IUD or Ella. At the same time you see your gyno, discuss a longer term contraceptive. Contraception is good health for women in so many ways, your Gyno Gab gal thinks that affordable, safe and effective methods of contraception are available and important for women.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Monday, April 25, 2016
Vaginal Contraceptive Ring
If you are a female between the ages of 18 and 35 you may be eligible for a contraceptive ring investigational contraceptive medication study. Qualified participants will receive study-related medical evaluations and care at no cost. If interested, please call 217-356-3736.
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