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Is Abortion Right For Me?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘Is Abortion Right For Me?’ Worldwide, the estimated rate for abortion between 2010 and 2014 was 35 out of 1000 women (3.5%)  ages 15 to 44. The rate in resource-rich countries was 27 per 1000 (2.7%) and in resource-limited countries was 37 per 1000 (3.7%).  The highest rate was […]

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Why do you need an Endometrial Biopsy?

Your Life. Your Decision. Your Smart Ch♀ice. Jane is undergoing treatment for endometrial cancer. She wanted to share her story much earlier. However, she was too depressed and shocked after the diagnosis of cancer was made.  The treatment started about 6 months back and Jane has not yet recovered fully. The doctor said she might […]

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What Are the Benefits of the Nexplanon Contraceptive Implant?

Carrie’s baby just turned 6 months yesterday. Well… It’s her second baby.  The first one is five years old or should we say old enough to help her take care of the little one! Carrie was using oral contraceptive pills (OC) to prevent pregnancy before she got pregnant the first time. To be frank, she […]

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Is Abortion Safe?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘Is Abortion Safe?’ Did you know over 99.75% of abortions do not cause major medical problems?  In the early 1970s, the Population Council and CDC conducted a significant study on abortion safety; they concluded that abortion was considerably safer than continuing a pregnancy to delivery. By 1975, the Institute […]

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Is An IUD A Good Option For Me?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘Is An IUD A Good Option For Me?’ There are two types of IUDs and they are both the best birth control options available at this time.  It’s the #1 birth control method used in the world. About 23% of sexually active women in the world use this method. […]

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Do You Need A Nexplanon Implant?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘Why Do You Need A Nexplanon Implant?’ The Nexplanon Etonogestrel Implant is a single-rod progestin contraceptive placed subdermally in the inner upper arm for long-acting reversible contraception in women. The rod slowly releases etonogestrel into the body over a 3-year period.    Etonogestrel is similar to a natural hormone […]

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What Are The Benefits Of Getting Your Tubes Tied?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘What Are The Benefits Of Getting Your Tubes Tied?’   Did you know that if you are looking for permanent method of contraception and/or If you have a family history of ovarian cancer and interested in improving your sex life, tubal ligation can help you.Tubal ligation is a very […]

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What Does STD Mean?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘What Does STD Mean?’ If you have sex; oral, anal or vaginal intercourse and/or genital touching, you can get an STD, also called a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Straight or gay, married or single, you’re vulnerable to STIs and STI symptoms. Thinking or hoping your partner doesn’t have an […]

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Who Needs To Get Their Tubes Tied? And Why?

Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘Who Needs To Get Their Tubes Tied? And Why?’ It is the most common method of contraception worldwide, used by 19% of all women 15 to 49 years old. In the U.S., one out of every four couples relies on sterilization (vasectomy or tubal ligation) as their form of […]

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How To Choose A Birth Control Method That’s Right For You

Considering A Birth Control Option? Women’s Health Center Educational Series Presents ‘How To Choose A Birth Control Method For That’s Right For You’ There are so many options available, it can be a difficult decision to make. Let’s learn more about this topic. Birth control or pregnancy prevention is one of the greatest challenges for […]

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