The Difference Between Mifepristone and Misoprostol Pills
Invented in 1982, the abortion pill is not a contraceptive technique but a drug intended to induce an abortion in the event of an active pregnancy. It is called the “pill” but the abortion pill has nothing to do with the contraceptive “pill”. Taking the abortion pill in USA is regulated by law... Read More
Vacuum Aspiration Abortion | Anesthesia, Risks And Convalescence.
There are two methods for terminating pregnancy, also called abortion or voluntary termination of pregnancy: the medical drug method and the surgical instrument method. Surgical abortion is a very short procedure in which vacuum (suction) is used to remove the products of the pregnancy.
The operation is performed under local or general anesthesia.... Read More
The RU-486 Abortion Pill | 7 Facts Everyone Should Know.
The abortion pill is a combination therapy designed to induce a medical abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy. It is an alternative approach to surgical abortion, recognized to be effective and safe. It allows women to terminate their pregnancies in the privacy of their own home.
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RU-486 | Benefits, Inconveniences Of The Abortion Pill Procedure.
Invented in 1982, the abortion pill is not a contraceptive technique but a drug intended to induce an abortion in the event of an active pregnancy. It is also not emergency contraception.
The scientific name for the abortion pill is “RU 486”. RU is the acronym of the Roussel-Uclaf laboratory which put... Read More
Nexplanon Birth Control Implant
Birth Control Implant | Nexplanon | Risks And Side Effects.
Its long duration of action, its ease of use and its discretion, make the Nexplanon ® implant an ideal contraceptive method for many women tired of taking a daily pill or having contraindications to other contraceptives. However, some women do experience side effects that can be bothersome.
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Morning After Pill | Repeated Use Can Lead To Infertility?
The morning after pill is an emergency contraception that helps prevent pregnancy after unprotected or poorly protected sex. Women under 30 are the main users. Although 95% effective if you take it within 24 hours, its effectiveness drops to 85% on the second day and to 58% between 48 to... Read More
41 Weeks Pregnant.
41 Weeks Pregnant | The Risks Of Overdue, Late Term Pregnancy.
After nine months of pregnancy, childbirth is a form of deliverance for many women! Women often have in mind that their child will be born before the due date. If, on that day, he shows no signs of his arrival, they are all greatly upset!
We consider normal... Read More
Post Abortion Stress Syndrome
Post Abortion Stress Syndrome (PASS) | Emotional Side Effects After An Abortion.
Even if it is a choice, the psychological consequences of abortion are often underestimated. The post-abortion syndrome (Voluntary Pregnancy Termination) is still a too little known taboo which can plunge some women into a contradictory emotional state between relief and guilt. Many women decide to... Read More
Healthy Eating Tips For Women With Gestational Diabetes.
Healthy Eating Tips For Women With Gestational Diabetes
Gestational diabetes is diabetes that appears during pregnancy, usually in the 2nd or 3rd trimester. Doctors also make a diagnosis of gestational diabetes when glucose intolerance (prediabetic condition) is detected in a pregnant woman. In other words, gestational diabetes is not always straightforward diabetes, but... Read More
Breastfeeding And Contraception
Breastfeeding And Contraception After Childbirth | Your Options.
After childbirth, your period does not come back immediately. It may take several weeks or months for your period to return. However, the absence of periods does not mean the absence of a menstrual cycle or the absence of ovulation.
The choice of contraception after childbirth is therefore important due to... Read More