Which Contraceptive Method Will Help Reduce My Cramps?

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For most women, hormonal contraceptive methods—the pill, injectable, or implant—have helped them experience less painful periods than those who don’t use these kinds of methods. The reason for this is because hormonal contraceptives make the lining of the uterus thinner, which makes periods lighter because there is less to shed. One reminder regarding the injectable: […]

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Is It Safe To Be On Contraception While Breastfeeding?

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If you’re breastfeeding, consider using an IUD or injectable for contraception. These methods are low-maintenance, effective, and safe for breastfeeding mothers. There are also specially formulated pills available that breastfeeding mothers can take. Before starting on any contraceptive method, please consult your healthcare provider first. Breastfeeding mothers should avoid taking pills that contain estrogen because […]

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What Are The Most Cost-Effective Types Of Contraception?

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Most contraceptive methods in the Philippines are very affordable. A pack of condoms ranges from Php27 to Php215 (SRP), while a pack of pills costs around Php50.20 to Php489.15 (SRP) depending on which kind you buy. Both methods are widely available and can be bought at leading drugstores, while condoms are also available at most […]

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What Are The Best Contraceptive Methods To Use If I Do Not Want To Get My Period?

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Getting your period can be dreadful, but luckily there is a contraceptive method that can help prevent menstruation! Generally, the injectables completely stop you from getting your period, while the implant makes your period lighter. Keep in mind that stopping your menstruation poses no health risks and long-term effects on your fertility. Source: https://www.self.com/story/stop-period-birth-control […]

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What Is The Best Type Of Contraceptive Method To Use If I Am An Older Woman (Over 35)?

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Hormone-based contraceptive methods (such as the oral contraceptive pills, implants, and injectables) are safe for most women who are 35 and older—but if you smoke or have a history of certain health conditions, then there may be risks posed. If you smoke and take oral contraceptive pills or other contraceptive methods that involve hormones, your […]

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What Contraceptive Method Is The Best Choice If I Don’t Want To Put Hormones In My Body?

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If you don’t want to put hormones in your body, there are still other contraceptive methods that you can use! The most popular and widely available method is the condom, which is very effective in protecting you from STIs and unplanned pregnancy, as well as making your sex life more fun because of the various […]

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