Explains the basics of how to use the ring.
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This patient fact sheet outlines non-hormonal and hormonal birth control methods that can be purchased or used without a prescription.
This patient fact sheet compares how emergency contraception pills/Copper IUD, ella, and Plan B work, common side effects, and how and where to purchase EC.
This sheet answers common patient questions about continuous use of birth control (especially the pill, patch, and ring), skipping periods and explains how to do so safely.
CPT, ICD-9, ICD-10, out-patient procedure, medication administration, and other common codes to use for documentation and billing related to the progestin implant.
This resource lists equipment and supplies needed for IUD insertion and removal.
Explains the basics of how to use emergency contraception pill (EC).
I ordered a gonorrhea/chlamydia test for my asymptomatic 17-year-old patient the day I inserted her progestin IUD. The chlamydia test was positive. I treated her and her partner with azithromycin. I left the IUD in place. Does my patient need a test of cure? If so, when? Dr. Anjna Ganatra – New York, NY Contraceptive…
This patient fact sheet reviews different forms of Fertility Awareness compares methods based on efficacy and how they work.
A consent form that can be used with patients before inserting a progestin implant.