What is IUD?
An Intra-Uterine Device (IUD) is a contraceptive device inserted into the uterus. An IUD may be used for long-term contraception, and some types may be used for emergency contraception. Common types of IUDs include hormonal IUDs and copper
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- Fertility: Fertility is the general term for the ability of an adult male or female to conceive a child together. Normal
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- Emergency Contraception: Emergency contraception refers to contraceptive drugs or methods that are used to prevent pregnancy when a woman has had unprotected
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- Contraceptives: Contraceptives are the general class of medications and devices used to avoid conception and pregnancy. Examples include oral contraceptives (birth
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- Oral contraceptives: Oral contraceptives are medications (contraceptives) that are taken orally (by mouth) in the form of a pill. In general usage
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