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Whether or not they want kids, access to accurate information and the tools to conceive—or not—are essential for people living with HIV.
Many contraceptives for women are still not free. But an underused federal rule can help.
Women ask, “If birth control pills are more likely to cause blood clots than the vaccine, why aren’t experts equally concerned?”
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Based at Ochsner Medical Center in Kenner, Louisiana, Veronica Gillispie-Bell, MD, MS, cares for many patients with uterine fibroids.
In the search for solutions to her uterine fibroids symptoms, New Jerseyan Lorraine Abudeye has learned to question what care providers say.
Treatment is not usually recommended for women with fibroids who lack symptoms. But for those who do, a number of choices are available.
Hormonal contraceptives, such as the pill, IUDs and vaginal rings, don’t cause depression in women with anxiety disorders.
As a result, researchers want to learn more about how oral contraceptives affect brain structure and function.
Plus: A 12-tweet tutorial on the hymen (that rapper T.I. needs to read)!
But there’s one topic Republicans don’t want included, according to a national survey.
The study of a contraceptive gel for men is ongoing.
Progress has been made in the development of a male oral contraceptive.
Expanded services at the remodeled facility are part of the mayor’s Ending the Epidemic plan.
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