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By Dr Sindi van Zyl Contraception is a method of preventing pregnancy. It is also known as family planning or birth control. Pregnancy occurs when ...
Whether you’re considering taking the pill or are already on it, you might have a lot of questions about it. Here are a few questions that are often asked that might help you.
If you feel like your current contraceptive isn’t the best for you and you want to try something new, here are a few questions you should ask your healthcare practitioner about switching.
Being sexually active comes with responsibilities. One of them being to take your sexual health seriously by asking your healthcare provider all the important questions. Here are things you should ask.
If you're considering using contraceptives, it's advisable to fnd those that work best for you. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of the most commonly known and used ones.
Choma, although some contraceptives may prevent unwanted pregnancies, they may not prevent STIs and HIV. So it's advisable to use the dual protection method. Read this for more.
You should carefully weigh the factors, risks, and benefits, along with the effectiveness of each method before starting birth control. Here’s what you need to know.
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