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 How to Insert a Contraceptive Diaphragm?

Answer A latex cup that's inserted in the vagina, the diaphragm is a relatively inexpensive, nonhormonal way to help prevent pregnancy. When placed over the opening to the cervix, a diaphragm blocks sperm... Read More »
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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 »
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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 »
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Large or Small Diaphragm Mic?

If you have no other recording equipment, get a USB condensor. USB mics are great because they connect directly to your computer. Large or small diaphragm does not matter that much - they both wi... Read More »
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When was the contraceptive gel introduced?

The original contraceptive gel, known as a pessary, came into popular use in the 19th century. It was used to block as many sperm as possible and kill those that did get through. A pessary was made... Read More »
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