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  1. Birth Control Covers birthcontrol methods, including the pill, skin patch, Depo-Provera shot, condoms, cervical cap, and diaphragm. Provides questions to help you decide the right birthcontrol method for you. Covers emergency contraception (the morning-after pill).
  2. Contraceptive Sponge for BirthControl
  3. Diaphragm for BirthControl
  4. Spermicide for BirthControl
  5. Birth Control for Teens
  6. Breastfeeding as BirthControl
  7. Birth Control Hormones: The Implant
  8. Intrauterine Device (IUD) for BirthControl Discusses intrauterine device (IUD) for long-term birthcontrol for women. Covers types of IUDs. Includes how well IUDs work to prevent pregnancy. Covers updated science on IUD's link to pelvic inflammatory disease.
  9. Birth Control Hormones: The Pill
  10. Birth Control: How to Use a Diaphragm
  11. Birth Control: How to Use the Patch
  12. Birth Control Hormones: The Mini-Pill
  13. Birth Control Hormones: The Shot
  14. Birth Control Hormones: The Patch
  15. Birth Control Hormones: The Ring
  16. How to Take BirthControl Pills
  17. Taking BirthControl Pills With Other Medicines
  18. Barrier Methods of BirthControl Covers barrier methods of birthcontrol plus using a spermicide. Includes diaphragm, cervical cap, male condom and female condom, and spermicidal foam, sponges, and film. Covers risks and how well each method works.
  19. Cervical Cap for BirthControl
  20. Effectiveness Rate of BirthControl Methods
  21. What to Do About Missed or Skipped BirthControl Pills
  22. Emergency Contraception
  23. Birth Control Pills: Missed or Skipped Periods
  24. Birth Control: Pros and Cons of Hormonal Methods
  25. Personal Stories About Choosing BirthControl Methods
  26. How BirthControl Methods Prevent Pregnancy
  27. Hormonal BirthControl: Risk of Blood Clots
  28. Getting Pregnant After Stopping BirthControl
  29. Birth Control: Myths About Sex and Pregnancy
  30. Tubal Ligation and Tubal Implants
  31. Vasectomy Discusses vasectomy, a permanent method of birthcontrol for men. Covers how it is done and what to expect after surgery. Discusses how well it works and risks. Also provides info on reconnecting the vas deferens (vasectomy reversal).
  32. Safer Sex Covers safer sex practices like abstinence, using condoms, watching for symptoms of STIs, and limiting number of sex partners you have. Includes list of questions to ask someone before having sex.
  33. Fertility Awareness Discusses natural family planning or periodic abstinence as a form of birthcontrol. Covers using one of six basic methods to either get pregnant or avoid getting pregnant. Covers how each method works and what could affect the method.
  34. Progestin-Only Hormonal Methods (Mini-Pills, Implants, and Shots) Looks at progestin-only hormonal methods (mini-pills, implants, and shots) to prevent pregnancy. Includes generic and brand names such as medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera). Covers how well they work and side effects.
  35. Tubal Ligation: Returning Home Learn how to take care of yourself at home after a tubal ligation.
  36. Tubal Ligation Learn what a tubal ligation is and how it's done.
  37. Male Condoms
  38. Female Condoms
  39. Endometriosis: Should I Use Hormone Therapy? Guides you through decision to use hormone therapy to treat endometriosis. Covers how endometriosis may affect you. Covers how hormone therapy works. Lists reasons for and against hormone therapy. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.

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