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Global Citizen🌎🏵 Sep 21
Could you make available over the counter at any legitimate pharmacy at a reasonable price? I had access to them in South Korea. Here, a doctor has to prescribe them. Thanks!
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குட் கேர்ள்😍 Aug 22
"Birth control pills is not the solution to treat your irregular periods" Do your research before taking a pill!!!
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reproaction Sep 16
There are many types of . If you’re not sure which one is right for you, ask a provider at a health center! They stock all kinds. Best of all? They offer free or low-cost birth control to those who need it.
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Lauren Weiss 26 May 17
My gynecologist told me I could either get an or take 3 years worth of all at once... I've swallowed 404, 691 to go!
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Celebrate Something! 18 Aug 18
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Orlando Women's Center 21h
Emergency Contraception does not prevent 100% of the time though it makes it much less likely that pregnancy will occur. The use of emergency contraception is not as effective as using or ...
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YourFavoriteNP 4 Jun 17
I love that there's a ton of options of to choose from. Lots of ways to combat side effects and find the perfect fit.
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Isaac Huerta Jun 3
Every girl out there taking 💊 please make sure you’re informed about what it’s doing to your body! Get educated before you put anything in your system. Check this podcast out by 👇🏽
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Geetanjali Hospital 2 Apr 18
Causes and risk factors for include HPV infection, having many sexual partners, , taking , and engaging in early . may cause dysplasia, or abnormal growth of cervical cells. .
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LittleMissEndo Oct 8
reading the comments about and I'm kindof nervous to try it out. But no work for me so I'm not sure what else to do. Anyone have any tips dealing with while waiting for surgery?
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Anuja Dokras Jan 21
Sharing excellent coverage for PCOS with international expert Dr Richard Legro on Channel 21 news. We are actively recruiting for the COMET-PCOS study so help us spread the word!
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Medicaid Cancer Fdn 3 Jan 17
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PCOSGurl (Ashley) 12 Nov 17
Before your start opposing consider Birth Control Pills for help in the regulation of the menstrual cycle & also reduce androgens alleviating symptoms. Its NOT about its about health & treatment options
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ExploreSexTalk Apr 10
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Felice Gersh MD 6 Sep 17
Register at to see my show on "Truth about Birth Control Pills." Tomorrow at 6 PM Pacific Time.
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Emily Wray Stander 6 Oct 17
Except for some women, are used for medical purposes like , not just for .
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David Wolfe 3 Nov 17
9 Reasons You Should Stop Taking According To .
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Donnica Moore, MD 1 Aug 17
Must read if you take ! Happy to talk w Denise Mann of on this important topic!
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New Profanity Jan 22
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Mayo Clinic OB/GYN 17 Dec 17
Birth control pills can have many non-contraceptive benefits such as improving pain and bleeding patterns with periods, helping acne, and decreasing PMS symptoms.
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