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dmc=1&ts=20150313T1108231151) two main types of birth control pill:  progestin-only pills and combination pills, which contain both progestin and estrogen.
Promoting access to birth control is about giving women the freedom and ability to plan their futures.
In addition, women who used the tool were more likely to be satisfied with their choice of birth control.
Condoms alone are the most common birth control choice among teens, but with typical use they're among the least effective methods at preventing pregnancy.
If one person has a "right" to birth control or to any other good, that means he has a "right" to force someone else to provide that good.
Most women rely on birth control pills or devices like IUDs.
As a conservative Republican, I believe that we have been stupid to let the Democrats demagogue the contraceptives issue and pretend, during debates about health-care insurance, that Republicans are somehow against birth control," the New York Daily News quoted Jindal, as saying.
Section I is a serviceable overview of the history of birth control in the United States.
By the end of the mini-case-study lesson, students should be able to (1) compare and contrast birth control methods in terms of failure rate, cost, how they work, proper use, and long-term effects, especially for the male condom, the pill, fertility awareness, withdrawal, and the vaginal ring; (2) know which methods of birth control reduce the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases; (3) determine which method(s) are best for a set of real-life circumstances, including their own; and (4) openly communicate about birth control with a partner.
The IOM's recommendation was based on sound scientific findings that clearly show birth control is preventive medicine.
A recent Institute of Medicine committee report, in addition to recommending that insurers be required to cover certain annual screenings and yearly women's wellness exams without co-pays or deductibles, recommended that the full range of Food and Drug Administration--approved birth control methods, including intrauterine devices and sterilization, be similarly covered.
If HHS accepts the IOM's recommendation, birth control will soon be available, without co-pays or deductibles, to millions of American women covered under the new health reform law.
Birth control pills are synthetic forms of the hormones progesterone and estrogen taken by women to prevent pregnancy.
It seems to me that most authors of articles about abortion place the major blame upon Catholic married people using birth control, as if abortion was an extension of the use of artificial [sic] birth control such as the pill.
If a father is unable to provide for his family, he added, it is permissible to revert to birth control methods.