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Contraception - Delving into the world of birth control. Offers a short
discussion on the different methods with images.
- Contraception -
Peer-reviewed journal publishing papers on contraceptive advances and research
in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, endocrinology, biology, the medical
sciences, and demography. Includes a sample issue.
- Contraception -
The Global Reproductive Health Forum @ Harvard (GRHF). Harvard School of
Public Health. Resource links to frequently asked questions, comprehensive
contraception information including new methods, and research.
factsheet from BUPA - Concise factsheet explaining effective methods
of contraception, from the UK health insurance firm. Covers pills, male
and female condoms, injectables, implants, diaphragms and caps, IUDs and
intrauterine systems, sterilization, natural methods, and emergency contraception.
- Contraception.net - Information
on birth control and other methods of contraception.
Choices Home Page - Comprehensive and readable information on birth
control methods, by Dr. Robert Hatcher of Emory University.
- Contraceptive Guide -
By Mary Jane Bovo, MD. Overview of methods of birth control currently available,
with cost, failure rate, correct usage, advantages and disadvantages of each.
Methods - Information on the currently available male and female contraceptive
methods, including reference material and training tools, such as presentation
graphics with trainer notes.
Quick Facts - An easy-to-understand comparative chart showing advantages,
disadvantages and effectiveness of condoms.
Quick Facts: Female Condoms - An easy-to-understand comparative chart
showing advantages, disadvantages and effectiveness.
- Contraceptive Research and Development
(CONRAD) Program - Objective is development of new or improved contraceptive
methods that are safe, effective, acceptable, and suitable for use in the
US and developing countries.
- ContraceptiveSponges.com -
Canadian business offers on-line ordering of the Today Sponge contraceptive.
- Evriwoman - Guide to Contraception
and Safe Sex - Information about contraception options to prevent unplanned
pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. Includes results of surveys
and interviews about the views and experiences of UK university students
and other women.
- Female Health Company -
Manufacturer of the Female Condom, a woman-controlled contraceptive barrier
that protects against STD/Pregnancy and does not interfere with pleasure.
- Feminist Women's Health
Center - Complete descriptions of every method of birth control available
in the USA, birth control comparison chart. How a woman's menstrual cycle
works and when she is most likely to get pregnant.
to Contraception: Parentsplace.com - Experts answer questions about
general birth control, the pill, and related side effects
- Update on Contraception: Traditional, Barrier and Surgical Methods -
Overview of several methods of birth control, including abstinence, withdrawal,
fertility awareness, male and female condoms, sponge, cervical cap, diaphragm,
- Male Contraceptives -
Information about experimental male contraceptives, particularly non-hormonal
methods, and what you can do to encourage more research.
Pregnancy: Contraceptive Choices - Details about your birth control
options from the pill, IUD, and diaphragm to permanent sterilization.
Plus - Latest news and headlines about contraceptive films, condoms,
and other birth control devices.
and Contraception When Approaching Menopause - Advice for women in
pre-menopause about the continuing need for contraception and special concerns
they may have in selecting a method to use, from Women's Health Queensland
- Virtual Guide to Contraception -
General information and fact sheets about the full range of family methods
available in Ireland.
Contraceptive Choices - Review of the effectiveness, advantages, disadvantages
and costs of different birth control methods, including abstinence, pills,
and condoms. (Planned Parenthood Federation of America)