Categories for Contraceptive

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Is a once-a-month birth control pill on the horizon?
Post written by Tishina Okegbe, FHI 360 The birth control pill, commonly known as “the Pill” is one of the most effective short-acting contraceptive methods. In perfect use “the Pill” is 99% e... Read full article
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Pressing Pause on Your Fertility: Contraception via Egg Hibernation
Post written by Tishina Okegbe, FHI 360 Women currently have several methods of reversible contraception to choose from, including hormonal options such as the implant, injectables and pills, and nonh... Read full article
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Will Diaphragms Make A Comeback?
By Alexandra Angel and Ashley Jackson, Family Planning & Reproductive Health Department, PSI This post originally appeared on PSI Impact. View the original post Read full article
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A New Frontier in Self-Care?: Self-Removal Options for Long-Acting Contraceptives
Post written by Alice Cartwright, FHI 360 As new sexual... Read full article
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Three Funding Opportunity Announcements from the NIH
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Read full article
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Finding Her Contraceptive Match
Post written by Kendal Danna and Ashley Jackson, PSI This post originally appeared on PSI Impact. View the original post Read full article
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ECHO Trial Results Show that Three Methods Do Not Increase Risk of HIV
Post written by Stephanie Jaffe and Bailey Knight, FHI 360 On June 13, 2019, the results of the much-anticipated Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) trial were Read full article
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Planning for Outcomes Tool Helps Estimate Impact of Changing Contraceptive Method Mix
Observational studies have raised concerns about the potential link between the use of progestin-only injectable contraception – specifically depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) – and increased risk of HIV acquisition. In response, FHI 360 h... Read full article
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Contraceptive Innovation at Women Deliver – A Look at the Past, The Present, The Future
Next week, more than 8,000 researchers, policy makers, and advocates from 160+ countries will gather in Vancouver, British Columbia, to discuss the future of women: their health, their strength, and their autonomy. Women... Read full article