Contraceptives and their effects

Contraceptives and their effects

05:43 17th April 2016 | Birth Control Methods

Condoms Caps Diaphragm Hormonal Methods Birth Control Pills Implants Injections Contraceptive Pills Sterillization Cervical Caps Vaginal Ring IUD Methods Shorter Periods Menstrual Cramps Premenstrual Symptoms Endometrial Ovarian Cancer Spotting Bleeding Vaginal Irritation Breast Tenderness Breast Enlargement Mood Swings Nausea Bloating Liver Cancer

There are at least 15 different types of contraception that allow you to enjoy sex without the risk of getting pregnant.These birth control methods include barrier methods –condoms, caps and the diaphragm; hormonal methods – birth control pills, implants and injections;Intrauterine devices (IUDs), sterilization and the emergency morning after contraceptive pill.

 

Contraceptives work by :

Preventing an egg from being released ...

Ovarian cancer and your options for having a baby

Ovarian cancer and your options for having a baby

17:31 9th February 2016 | Cancer

Fertility Problems Cancer Treatment Damaged Glands Egg Freezing Frozen Embryo Transfer Surgical Procedure Embryo Thawing Cryopreservation Vitrification Advanced Care Ovarian Cancer

Cancer is not an easy subject to discuss, particularly for women who want to become pregnant. Fertility problems may occur when cancer or cancer treatments damage glands or organs involved in reproduction such as the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the uterus, and the cervix. The ovaries are particularly important because it is where the eggs are stored. Any damage to the ovaries can cause a decrease in the total number of eggs in both ov...

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