Week 6;CheckPoint;Methods of Contraception

Week 6;CheckPoint;Methods of Contraception - METHODS OF...

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METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION 1 Methods of Contraception Nicole Ureste PSY/265 February 4, 2011 Carol Watson
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METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION 2 The best possible method of contraception for Tina and Dan in my opinion is the birth control pill. If Tina decides to use the birth control pill, she doesn’t have to worry about having condoms on hand all the time or stopping to use one. The pill is usually highly effective and once Tina and Dan decide that they would like to have children she can discontinue the use of the pill. Once she stops taking the pill she should begin to ovulate again within 3 months. The disadvantages of using the pill are that they do not protect against STI’s, though this couple should not have to worry about this. They may also cause high blood pressure in some women. The advantages of the birth control pill are that they help acne, regulate the menstrual cycle, and reduce menstrual cramping (Nevid A second type of contraception that Tina may consider is the diaphragm. This device
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course PSY 265 taught by Professor Sallyhenzel during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 6;CheckPoint;Methods of Contraception - METHODS OF...

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