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In recent months, several former Bachelor cast members have used their Instagram accounts to promote the fertility awareness app Natural Cycles as a method of contraception.

From Time

However, the ads do not say that FAMs are widely considered one of the least effective contraception methods.

From Time

In addition, she notes, King County high school students can access contraception and STI testing at on-site health suites.

Based on historical trends, we predict that women’s education and access to contraception will continue to increase this century.

In fact, we’re poised to drop below current levels by the end of the century—if goals for educating women and providing contraception are met.

And if the Little Sisters prevail, the entire contraception mandate falls.

And to other parts of the Affordable Care Act, not just the so-called “contraception mandate.”

Refuting critics who say he is anti-contraception, Gardner is calling for over-the-counter sale of birth control pills.

Contraception is not abortion, and those who misunderstand this subject do harm to the pro-life cause.

The eight others wrote back with stories about a variety of health conditions that caused them to take some form of contraception.

There's a new oral contraception technique he's evolved which may be quite efficacious.

The practice of contraception is a debatable question, and one on which the most varied evidence has been given.

Whether or not it succeeds in changing the law it will, like the Bradlaugh-Besant episode, spread contraception widely.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contraception, such as: abstinence, condom, contraceptive, diaphragm, family planning, and pill.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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