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    Birth Control hormonal contraceptive methods like the NuvaRing and the Depo-Provera (the shot) has a variety of effects and purposes on human beings more than just preventing pregnancy. Despite the risks and advantages, women are motivated to find medicine that helps prevent pregnancy and/or searching for better contraceptive options besides the birth control pill or condoms. However, these methods can affect women psychologically by mood swings, depression, and other side effects, including…

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    Pregnancy is something that occurs when you have unprotected sex and which the sperm fertilizes the egg after it is released from the ovary (ovulation), ovulation occurs at the midpoint of your cycle that will result in the migration into one of your fallopian tubes, where it can then be fertilized by sperm. Only women can become pregnant, However, Most women in their early 30’s or younger have a higher chance for normal pregnancies than women over the age of 35, which are at a higher risk for…

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    developing follicle secretes oestrogen which then activates the generation of the endometrium, the increased levels of oestrogen cause the pituitary gland to secrete the Luteinising hormone (LH). This begins the second stage of the menstrual cycle. Ovulation takes place around day 14, LH secreted by the pituitary gland causes the oocyte to burst from the follicle. The ruptured follicle becomes the Corpus luteum which begins the Luteal phase of the cycle. This is day 15-28. The corpus luteum is…

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    medicine and there are couples who are treated by means of Assisted Reproductive Technologies as in the likes of IVF. As the issue gets identified in womenfolk, the most common of reasons that result in infertility complications happen to be the ovulation complaints and the infertility treatment that gets used typically in such circumstances involve medicine and fertility drugs fall into this medicine method and it helps females ovulate in maximum of the cases. The surgical infertility treatment…

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    The Rise In Teen Pregnancy

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    proper guidance and education on the topic, the possibility seems as if it is a distant number. To become pregnant, intercourse has to have been taken place in a female’s fertile window. This fertile window includes the five days before ovulation and the day of ovulation. What most girls do not know is that sperm can live up to five days within the uterus. That is more than enough time to conceive. If no sperm is around to fertilize the egg, it dies off and disintegrates. The body…

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    Birth control patch Birth control patches are structurally plastic-based, usually beige, thin patches that easily adhere to the surface of the skin. They are used beneficially to avoid unwanted conceptions and are placed weekly for three weeks followed leaving a week later for rest, period in which the menstruation will manifest. They are part of the group of combined hormonal methods. Its adhesive part, is the one containing the active ingredient that characterizes them, which is released…

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    Methods Of Birth Control

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    There is a very extensive list of birth control methods, hormonal and nonhormonal, taken orally or surgically inserted. All types of birth control, in addition to preventing pregnancy, may cause undesirable side effects, including vaginal bleeding, nausea, and breast tenderness to name a few. Some of the most common and most effective modes of contraception include the pill, the vaginal ring, the birth control implant, an intrauterine device, and the morning after pill (also known as emergency…

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    One of them are the pills, there are two types of birth control pills the Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills and Progestin-Only Pills. The combined oral contraceptive pills contain two hormones, an estrogen and a progestin. They work by stopping ovulation and by stopping the movement of sperm to fertilize the eggs. Progestin-only pills contain just one hormone, a progestin. They stop the sperm from getting to the eggs. Another method is the Emergency Contraceptives such as the Morning After Pill…

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    Abortion Book Vs Movie

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    Books and movies are used for entertainment. The book allows for creativity, people can create their own images of the characters, while the movie sets everything up for you. The general differences between them include character development and the time period. Books can explain everything in detail because there is no time limit, but for movies, they must fit almost everything in 1 hour and 30 mins to 2 hours. So, the book introduced more characters and developed them at a slower pace, while…

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