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    Contraceptives and Misconceptions There are many serious issues facing the U.S. today that require the rethinking of our problem-solving methods. In many situations, we may let our emotions interfere with our interpretations of the facts. When a question of morals is involved, we often focus on what we want and not on what we've got. One of the most complicated and emotional issues today is the subject of making contraceptives available to teenagers. Can it be that adult misconceptions

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    Contraceptives and the Teenage User

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    Contraceptives and the Teenage User For years now a debate has been ongoing concerning teenagers and contraceptives. Some argue that giving contraceptives or even allowing teenagers to purchase them only encourages premarital sex. This attitude, however, denies the simple fact that premarital sex in adolescents has been common throughout the ages. It occurred before effective contraceptives were available, it occurs now despite the well publicized existence of untreatable and deadly diseases

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    Contraceptives and the Population Problem

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    Contraceptives and the Population Problem The question of overpopulation's impact on the environment is multi-dimensional and far beyond the scope of a single essay. The issue has to do with considering the environment a normal good while at the same time understanding the impact of industrialization on increased pollution levels. Relationships between industrialization, overpopulation, global pollution, regional pollution, resource depletion, and numerous other environmental and social concerns

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    Emergency and Oral Contraceptives

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    Emergency and Oral Contraceptives Contraception is the intentional prevention of conception or pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse. Contraceptives are more than 99 percent effective, and I believe they are a reliable form of birth control. Men and women want contraception in one form or another that is safe, effective, affordable, and easy to use. Today, more than ever, we have a variety of choices that meet these needs (Winikoff 1). Emergency contraception has been available for

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    Choosing A Contraceptive

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    Choosing A Contraceptive A Reprint from FDA Consumer Magazine Printed December 1993. This reprint contains revisions made in December 1993. This article originally appeared in the September 1993 FDA Consumer. PUBLICATION NO. (FDA) 94-1213 Choosing a method of birth control is a highly personal decision based on individual preferences, medical history, lifestyle, and other factors. Each method carries with it a number of risks and benefits of which the user should be aware

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    Contraceptive Methods

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    Contraceptive methods These days many modern techniques have been improved to prevent the unintended pregnancies : 1. Combined oral contraceptives or “the pill” DESCRIPTION Contains 2 hormones (estrogen and progestogen) HOW IT WORKS Prevents the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) EFFECTIVENESS TO PREVENT PREGNANCY : >98% with correct and constant use 93% as commonly used 2. Progestogen-only pills or "the minipill" Description Contains only progestogen hormone, not estrogen How it

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    Oral Contraceptive Versus Implant Contraceptive to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancy Having a baby at a young age can be very difficult, but having an unplanned baby can stressful, challenging and can change a couple’s life dramatically . Having a baby is like a job with many responsibilities and duties, except there is a life of a human being involved that must be taken care of. There are ways to be sexually active and still prevent pregnancy for females. There are many methods out there, but the most

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    Availability of Emergency Contraceptives The question, "What did I do last night," has been posed by many women to themselves. Often in response to the inquiry comes details of a sexual encounter. Sometimes, an unprotected sexual encounter. Other times an encounter that was initially began with a condom that may have broke. Paranoid at the thought of pregnancy, women who have had unprotected sex can now have another option. They have the ability to obtain a prescrpition for emergency

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    The Different Types of Contraceptive Drugs

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    Contraceptive drugs are used to prevent pregnancy. They work either by changing the hormonal environment of the female reproductive tract so that an ovum is not produced, killing the spermatozoa, or keeping the fertilized ovum from implanting to the endometrium. There are many drugs that can do this. Some include oral contraceptives, transdermal patches, and even implants. Pregnancy occurs when an ovum is fertilized by a spermatozoon from the male. In females, the anterior pituitary gland produces

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    Health Assignment Hormonal contraceptives have both advantages and disadvantages for the female user. Investigate The Pill, Implanon and the Emergency Contraceptive Pill. Explain how the hormones in these types of contraceptives work and make a list of at least three advantages and three disadvantages of each of these methods of contraception. Finally, discuss how suitable each of these hormonal methods of contraception are for young women. -3 The Pill: The Pill is a combined Pill made from

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