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This may mean that female athletes who take the contraceptive pill are more likely to acclimatise better and quicker in hot conditions compared with female athletes who don’t take the pill.

This led to health facilities being closed, frequent contraceptive stockouts, staff layoffs and salary cuts.

The 2012 policy discussed the global lack of access to contraceptives.

It also means that we have to forecast female education and access to contraceptives before we can do the fertility projections.

Historically, there has been a very strong relationship between the number of children per woman and education and contraceptives access.

In a best-case scenario they cover the mechanics of reproduction, STD awareness, and contraceptive use.

Inaccurate label notwithstanding, Plan B is classified by the FDA as a contraceptive.

And women use contraceptive medicines and devices for all kinds of reasons, not just contraception.

The four contraceptive methods at issue are abortofacients.

This language is virtually identical to many oral contraceptive labels.

Vitamin B complex, vitamin C—and, finally, half a dozen highly questionable contraceptive pills?

The notoriously "unsafe" character of the contraceptive measures has only diminished this fear, not completely allayed it.

That contraceptive measures have come to stay; that they are increasing in use, the declining birth rate absolutely evidences.

We recommend the consideration of the licensing of the importation of certain contraceptive goods.

There is no known contraceptive which is simple, inexpensive, and 100 per cent.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contraceptive, such as: condom, diaphragm, hormone, pill, armor, and coil.

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

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