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What is Menopause?

As my patients get into their 40s and start noticing changes in their menstrual cycles, they often start thinking about menopause. Their older sisters, coworkers and friends may

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Options for Permanent Birth Control

With our series on birth control nearly complete, we have discussed hormonal, non-hormonal, and long-acting reversible methods. Permanent contraception, or sterilization, prevents pregnancy by stopping either the flow

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Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: IUDs and Implants

So far we have discussed hormonal options for birth control, which release estrogen and/or progestin to prevent pregnancy and non-hormonal methods, which physically or chemically prevent sperm from reaching a

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Non-Hormonal Birth Control: More Options

Last week we discussed hormonal options for birth control, which release estrogen and/or progestin to prevent pregnancy. Non-hormonal methods physically or chemically prevent sperm from reaching a woman’s egg.

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Hormonal Birth Control: Your Options and How They Work

Women have more choices for contraception now than ever before. Every option has different benefits, risks and levels of effectiveness. In today’s post, we’ll discuss hormonal contraception methods.

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