Contraceptive implant problems?

Answer I cannot help you with the implant section of this question I'm afraid, as I've only ever been on the pill. But each and every woman that's on some form of contraception will have different symptom... Read More »

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What type of contraceptive is the Norplant implant?

The Norplant implant contraceptive is comprised of six small sticks, which are surgically implanted into a woman's arm. The sticks prevent pregnancy by releasing the synthetic hormone progestin int... Read More »

Is Primolut a contraceptive?

Primolut is a drug containing norethisterone, which is a synthetic version of the hormone progesterone. This drug is used in women to help regulate the menstrual cycle and lessen severe symptoms. P... Read More »

How to Use a Contraceptive Patch?

A contraceptive patch is a type of birth control women can wear continuously in the form of a smooth, thin, beige-colored square bandage that measures 1 and three quarters of an inch (4.44 centimet... Read More »

How effective is contraceptive foam?

On One Hand: Contraceptive Foam is EffectiveContraceptive foam is a spermicide. Used alone, it is 80 percent effective in preventing a pregnancy. Used with a condom, spermicides are 95 percent effe... Read More »