This patient fact sheet explains permanent birth control (Sterilization) options for men and women. Compares methods based on efficacy. Lists average cost and outlines pros and cons of different methods.
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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.
CPT, ICD-9, ICD-10, out-patient procedure, medication administration, and other codes to use for documentation and billing related to IUDs
This resource explains different birth control methods for people across the gender spectrum, with a focus on the effects of different forms of birth control on those taking gender-affirming hormones such as testosterone. Spanish: Updated 2022 Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 6.7
This is an electronic health record template (from the EPIC system) for IUD insertion.
This fact sheet explains the difference between how Emergency Contraceptive (EC) pill and the abortion pill (medication abortion) work, what they contain, what they cost, how to take them, and whether they are covered by insurance.
Simple algorithm for clinicians to follow when a removing an IUD from a patient when no strings are visible. Created November 2017
A step by step guide created by the NYU Women’s Health Free Clinic on setting up your own women’s health free clinic. T
Some people prefer to take hormonal birth control without estrogen, so this fact sheet highlights the progestin-only options that are available. Spanish: Updated 2022 Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 6.2 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,…
CPT and ICD-10 procedure and other codes to use for documentation and billing of a vasectomy procedure.