Contraceptive Device


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Contraceptive Device

 

a device to prevent conception. A condom is a thin rubber sheath worn by men to retain sperm after ejaculation. Diaphragms are rubber or metal dome-shaped devices inserted into the vagina to protect the cervix of the uterus from penetration by spermatozoa.

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Laparoscopic removal of an intraperitoneal translocated intrauterine contraceptive device.
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New insights on the mode of action of intrauterine contraceptive devices in women, Fertility and Sterility, 1988, 49(5):768-773; Wilson JC, A prospective New Zealand study of fertility after removal of copper intrauterine contraceptive devices for conception and because of complications: a four-year study, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1989, 160(2):391-396; Sivin I et al.
If someone is seeking a contraceptive device these methods are probably more effective and trustworthy for young girls, not because they want to hide the fact they are having sex, but because remembering to take the Pill, at whatever age is not as failsafe,' said Dr Williams.
A boy who was severely brain-damaged when he was born prematurely because his mother's contraceptive device had been left in place for too long has been awarded pounds 2.
The whole incident had started on February 13, when she discovered that her IUD, a contraceptive device placed in the uterus, failed.
MIAMI BEACH -- Concomitant use of broad-spectrum oral antibiotics does not appear to affect absorption of the combination hormones released by the NuvaRing vaginal contraceptive device, according to Peter Dogterom, Ph.
A US firm has been given the go-ahead to mass produce the contraceptive device called Ortho Evra next year.
A mum who got a new contraceptive device for Christmas is pregnant with triplets.
Endometrial Biopsy, Insertion/removal of Intra Uterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD), Ultrasound scan, Cervical Polpys.
The body language of the marital act says, 'I'm all yours,' but the contraceptive device adds, 'except for my fertility'.