This patient fact sheet compares different birth control choices in a colorful and easy to read chart. The methods are organized alphabetically. The sheet includes essential information about each method, how to use, impact on bleeding/menstruation, along with common side effects. Ideal for health centers, doctor’s offices, and school clinics.
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This is a progestin re-injection calendar based on three month/15 week dosing intervals with the flexibility of dosing between weeks 11 – 15.
A tool for health care providers who want to check a patient’s medical eligibility for various forms of contraception as they relate to absolute and relative contraindications.
This clinical guide explains how health care providers can Quick Start contraception.
Payment Assistance Programs: DepoProvera (Progestin Injection) Pfizer Patient Assistance Program: Provides injected progestin, intramuscular for office administration and subcutaneous for home administration. IUDs (Intrauterine Devices) ARCH Foundation: Patient Assistance Program for Mirena, Kyleena, and Skyla IUDs Liletta Patient Savings Program ParaGard Patient Assistance Program Oral Contraceptive Pills 340B Drug Pricing Program: Offers birth control pills…
Explains the basics of how to use Depo Provera (The Shot).
This poster compares birth control choices based on efficacy, cost, side effects, and other patient-focused factors.
Explains the basics of how to use Depo-Provera Sub-Q.
Some people prefer to take hormonal birth control without estrogen, so this fact sheet highlights the progestin-only options that are available. ___________________________________________________ Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 6.2 Spanish: Updated 2022 Sources: CDC – Injectables – US SPR – Reproductive Health. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/contraception/mmwr/spr/injectables.html. Published May 20, 2021.…
This presentation offers a comprehensive overview of the various Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) methods for audiences who may not be very familiar with the topic.