Improving contraceptive care for marginalized populations
Consider the needs of marginalized patients to promote equity
Choosing the right pill
Oral contraceptive pills are a popular choice for many; providers should understand the options to guide patients effectively.
Familiarizing yourself with fertility awareness as a birth control option
Behavioral methods of contraception are used by less than 3.2% of sexually active women; careful counseling could change that.
Tips for counseling hypertensive patients on contraception
This installment of our Complex Contraceptives series examines contraception considerations for patients with high-blood pressure.
Migraine headache and hormonal contraception
Many factors must be considered before prescribing hormones to women affected by migraine.
6 steps for IUD placement at the time of a cesarean delivery
Immediate postplacental insertion of an IUD is not only convenient for the patient, but also safe and effective for postpartum contraception. Here's what to be mindful of when performing the procedure following cesarean delivery.
Considerations when discussing Essure removal
When a patient is interested in having the device removed, her physician needs to examine several factors before deciding on a surgical approach.
Pros and cons of immediate post placental IUD insertion
Are you familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of IPPI?
Counseling on complex contraception dilemmas: Case 2
This installment in our series looks at postpartum contraceptive options for a pregnant patient with comorbidities
Counseling on complex contraceptive dilemmas
The first in our new series discusses how to effectively balance contraception needs and seizure control in patients with epilepsy.
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