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Globally, contraceptive studies and their use are major challenges in the realm of public health. The ideal goal is to obtain a contraceptive method that is highly effective at minimizing unplanned pregnancies and nullifying the chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease. Abstinence is currently the only way to attain such a dualistic goal, and while effective, it may not be suitable for sexually active individuals. While there is an abundance of methodspecific information regarding the use of any one female contraceptive device, there is a paucity of resources that compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of such methods and enable an individual to optimize family planning. This paper attempts to address many of these topics by reviewing a multitude of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved contraceptive methods. This work is intentionally written towards educating medical students, educators and teachers at all levels of training with foundational knowledge regarding female contraception.
Persaud, Dharam; Burns, J.; Trangle, J.; Agudelo, J.; Gonzalez, JA; Nunez, D.; Perez, K.; Rasch, D.; Valencia, S.; and Rao, C. V., "An Introduction and High Yield Summary of Female Contraceptive Methods" (2017). HWCOM Faculty Publications. 117.
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