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    Hormonal Contraceptives Increase the Risk of HIV?, by The American Society for Microbiology (2015), talks about how depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera or DMPA) has shown that it increases the risk of contracting HIV, (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) in it’s users. You’re probably wondering what DMPA is, According to Nivin Todd, MD (2014), “Depo-Provera is a contraceptive method for women. It’s made of a hormone similar to progesterone. It’s a shot that a doctor gives you in the arm or buttocks

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    Chemical Castration: The Benefits and Disadvantages Intrinsic to Injecting Male Pedophiliacs with Depo-Provera Marquita Mack Child molestation is a serious problem in the United States. The legal system is lenient with pedophiles, punishing them with insufficiently brief prison sentences that are further abbreviated by the option of parole. Some child molesters are released back into society after serving as little as one fourth of their prison-time (1). Recidivism is extremely high among child molesters;

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    There are many ways to prevent pregnancy, one of the most common methods is birth control. A variety of methods are available for females or males to choose from, some of these choices include; condoms, vasectomy, a birth control pill, Depo shot, withdrawal, abstinence, including many more. Choosing a birth control method depends on different people aspects, such as whether or not they ever want to have children, or if they never want to become parents. There is a commitment when it comes to birth

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    Is Chemical Castration a Good Thing?

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    weekly with Depo-Provera. This drug is supposed to calm down the molesters sex drive. In a recent questionnaire, I have found out that 48% percent of people belived in Chemical Castration and that 48% did not believe in it. Only 4 % of the people did not know what this procedure was. People tend to get mixed emotions about this procedure because people think that Depo-Provera will not have any effect on the molester. Depo-Provera is a type of birth control that women use. Depo-Provera is a birth

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    Depo Shot Research Paper

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    The Depo Provera Shot. What is it exactly? It is a female contraceptive form of birth control this shot is made up of a similar hormone as progesterone. It is injected in either the buttocks. Each shot works up to 12-14 weeks, but in order for it to work properly you have to get it redone every 12 weeks. What it does is it suppresses ovulation, keeping your ovaries from releasing an egg. It also thickens cervical mucus from reaching the eggs. Studies show that this drug is just as effective as having

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    the physical and emotional violation of our family, friends, but most often... ... middle of paper ... ...any case studies that have had positive results, and personal statements from convicted sex offenders who state the effectiveness of the Depo-Provera injections is 100%. For now voluntary chemical castration is good, but with a medical therapy that is having such a drastic result on such a severe problem and is still being fought, time is wasting and people are paying for it with their dignity

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    flared up once again. The advertisement for Depo-Provera, a contraceptive vaccination, sounded appealing to Sheri, as she had trouble remembering to take her current form of birth control. “It said that I would not have to worry about taking a pill every day, that it was more effective than other forms of birth control, and that the main side effect was that my period might completely go away,” Sheri said. “That sounded wonderful to me.” Depo-Provera is a form of birth control that requires an

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    “Life is precious” is a common quote that has been used throughout the ages. In the medical world of today, we do all we can to preserve life. We go to such lengths that some wonder where we would stop. If you could save hundreds, or even millions of lives, by taking the lives of a few, would it be right? In the book titled “Never Let Me Go” by Kazuo Ishiguro this question is explored in more depth. Using Ishiguro’s fictional book, along with historical documents of actual human experiment cases

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    Endometriosis Essay

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    Endometriosis Endometriosis is a very painful disease where tissue that usually grows inside the uterus grows outside the uterus. Because this tissue is endometrial tissue it still breaks down and bleeds during the menstrual cycle. Once the tissue breaks down there is no way for it to leave the body. This can cause severe pain. Endometriosis can also involve the ovaries and cyst can form called endometriomas. There are several symptoms from endometriosis, severe abdominal pain, pain with intercourse

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    Planned Parenthood is an organization dedicated to fighting for women’s health and rights as well as equality. Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood. Margret Sanger was an activist, writer, sex educator, and nurse. Margret Sanger experienced firsthand what women coping with unwanted pregnancy were going through (History and Success, 2015). Margret Sanger’s mother bore eighteen children and of those eighteen children, eleven survived. As a result of having so many children, her mother passed

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