Category Archives: Contraception

11 Aug

5 Things You Must Know About Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception (EC) is a common method used for reducing the chances of pregnancy after performing unprotected intercourse. The major types of contraception are birth control pills and copper-T IUD (Intrauterine Device). Despite of their proven effectiveness, there are several questions that might be revolving in your mind, such as how do they exactly work,

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13 Jul

Know Few Important Things before You Choose to buy copper t 380a

If you are looking for the long term method of birth control which is not permanent, then copper IUD method in India might be the option that works for you. This method is also known as copper t 380a. It is an intrauterine method of contraception made of flexible plastic wrapped in copper that is shaped

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11 Jul

Facts Why Copper IUD’S Are Better Than the Common One’s

Are you thinking about opting for IUD or intrauterine device as an effective way for birth control? Well, then know that among the various IUDs available in the market, it’s the copper T intrauterine device that is considered an ideal choice by many. Gone are the days when using such contraceptives used to be associated

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18 Apr

Copper iud – A Popular Choice For Birth Control

Are you too busy with your career or your kid is too small to think of bringing in another one in the world? Are you looking for an effective family planning tool? If answers to these questions are yes, then copper t 380a is your best resort. Why? Let us checkout.

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14 Jan

Want To Avoid Pregnancy? Use Copper T Intrauterine Device

Contraceptive Methods Unwanted pregnancy can be aborted by numerous ways; first can be the abstinence from sexual intercourse and then using contraceptives pills. Barrier method of birth control is also one of the most common and safest methods and provides protection against the STD’s. Birth control pills are also another common method to avoid unwanted

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16 Nov

Best Contraceptive – To Avoid Unexpected Pregnancies

Many sexually active women become pregnant within a year if they are not using contraceptives or other things that prevent unwanted pregnancies. A woman can get pregnant even while she is nursing her newly born child. Just after 10 days of giving birth to her child or during her menstruating phase she can get pregnant.

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