Contraception: Hopes for the Future
Kate White, MD, MPH, and Harold Bays, MD, discuss their hopes for the future of contraception options, affordability, and clinical trials evaluating their efficacy.
Initiating Patient Contraception Conversations
Drs Kate White and Harold Bays share their approach to initiating conversations with patients on contraception options and suggest which practitioners might be best suited to these conversations.
Evolution of Contraception Options
Kate White, MD, MPH, reviews the current contraceptive landscape and highlights the benefits of progestin-only contraception options, especially in women with higher BMIs or those concerned about missed pill windows.
Contraception Selection Guidelines Relating to Venous Thrombosis Risk
An expert in cardiology reviews the current contraception selection guidelines in women with higher BMIs and comments on the cardiovascular risk associated with hormonal contraceptive methods.
Insights From an OB/GYN and Cardiologist on Hormonal Contraceptive Selection
Drs Kate White and Harold Bays share their insights on hormonal contraceptive options and highlight the potential increase in venous thrombosis events in patients with high BMI.
Importance of Patient-Centered Approach to Contraceptive Selection
Kate White, MD, MPH, and Harold Bays, MD, provide their thoughts on the importance of a patient-centered approach when selecting a contraceptive option in patients of child-bearing age.
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