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Contraception

Contraception is the use of hormones, devices or surgery to prevent a woman from becoming pregnant. It allows couples to choose if and when they want to have a baby.

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Emergency Contraception Options | Marie Stopes AU

Following unprotected sex or contraceptive failure, emergency contraception can help avoid an unplanned pregnancy. Both morning-after pills and the copper IUD are effective options.

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Emergency Contraception | Family Planning NSW

Emergency contraception is used after unprotected sex.

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Contraception - intrauterine devices (IUD) - Better Health Channel

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'The morning after pill': four common myths debunked - Marie Stopes Australia

Misinformation about emergency contraception 'the morning after pill' means that women are not taking advantage of effective ways of preventing pregnancy.

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Contraception

If you are going to have sex, but do not want to get pregnant, you must use a contraceptive.There are many different types of contraception and each type has its own advantages and disadvantages

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Contraception | Jean Hailes

There are many different methods of contraception to avoid pregnancy including the oral contraceptive pill (OCP), the mini-pill, a condom, an intrauterine…

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Contraception choices | Family Planning NSW

Contraception is necessary if you wish to avoid an unintended pregnancy. Several methods of contraception are available - check out this factsheet to find out more information.

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Contraception: vaginal ring - MyDr.com.au

The vaginal ring (brand name NuvaRing) is a type of hormonal contraception. When used properly, the vaginal ring is an effective and safe way of preventing pregnancy.

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Contraceptive Injection | Marie Stopes AU

Contraceptive injections are a form of contraception that involves an injection into a muscle of progestogen that prevent pregnancy for 12 weeks at a time

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