Contraception: Your Questions Answered
This book has become established as the primary source of information about reversible methods of contraception. It represents a dialogue between general practitioner and reproductive health specialist and builds up information in a question-and-answer format. This enables the book to focus on giving practical guidance to a busy clinician when faced with a patient who wants help choosing and using their best means of controlling their own fertility. Most chapters conclude with questions asked by patients, which can be demanding for the unprepared.
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Aspects of human fertility and fertility awareness
Vaginal methods of contraception
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