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A new study has found that men have positive attitudes towards an innovative male contraceptive, Vasalgel. The landmark study, published in Cogent Medicine, is the first insight into how men perceive ...
In this large prospective cohort study, the estradiol valerate/dienogest oral contraceptive pill had a similar or even lower cardiovascular risk compared to combined oral contraceptive pills contain...
In Reply Dr Becker correctly states that the degree to which insurance companies directly benefit from the ACA’s contraceptive coverage guarantee is a complicated matter warranting further investiga...
MetroNow there's a male contraceptive jab - but there are side effectsMetroWe've got a male contraceptive pill and nasal spray in the works, and now a jab could be on its way too. Researchers have com...
About female contraceptiveContraception, popularly known as birth control or fertility control, is used to prevent pregnancy. There are various temporary and permanent contraceptive methods and device...
NewsA Flagstaff-based biotechnology company has received regulatory approval for a highly effective contraceptive for rats.
Bayer has obtained approval from the FDA for its Kyleena, a long-acting reversible contraceptive device that prevents pregnan -More-
From 2007–2012, sexual activity rates did not change but contraceptive use increased.
Contraception for women with diabetes mellitus is an important issue mainly as the pregnancy outcome depends on glycaemic control before conception among women with diabetes. Type of diabetes as type ...
Understanding how women's preferences for certain attributes of contraceptive methods relate to their method choice can inform the content of contraceptive counseling.
The study was designed to determine the impact of structured counseling by trained contraceptive counselors in a real-life clinical setting on the adoption of modern contraceptive methods in compariso...
Unintended pregnancy disproportionately affects young Australian women. However, contraceptive behaviours associated with unintended pregnancy are unclear.
To estimate the prevalence of contraceptive use among New Zealand women and to measure changes in contraceptive use since the last population-based prevalence estimates were published in 1988.