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Birth Control Overview (cont.)

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contraception, impregnation, pregnancy, preventing pregnancy, Natural Family Planning, NFP, Fertility Awareness Method, FAM, lactational amenorrhea method, LAM, birth control pills, monophasic pills, phasic pills, intrauterine device, IUD, diaphragm, Copper T380, LNG IUS, fertility awareness, coitus interruptus, withdrawal, abstinence, periodic abstinence, rhythm method, calendar method, cervical mucus method, ovulation method, symptothermal method, sympto-thermal method, birth control injection, birth control shot, birth control patch, male condom, female condom, cervical cap, spermicides, nonoxynol-9, octoxynol, birth control injection, Depo-Provera, Norplant, implants, Essure, Lunelle, NuvaRing, emergency contraception,PlanB,  Preven, morning after pill, sterilization, tubal ligation, vasectomy, abortion, RU-486, mifepristone, Mifeprex, Implanon, Uniplant, Capnor, birth control hormonal methods, birth control overview, birth control behavioral methods, birth control permanent methods

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