Deciding to have a baby can be an exciting time for a woman. However, for women of any age trying to prevent a pregnancy, birth control (also called contraception) can help. Path to improved health There are many options for preventing a pregnancy. Whether it
Learn how to use a diaphragm to prevent pregnancy.
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Learn ways to lessen the fear and anxiety of an HIV diagnosis.
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Learn about emergency contraception, how it works and how to safely and effectively use it.
Puberty in girls can start as early as age 9 and will include many physical and emotional changes.
Sexual activity has a number of physical and emotional benefits for men and women alike.
Information for teens about homosexuality and sexual orientation.
Information for women about the intrauterine device (IUD) to prevent pregnancy.
Pelvic muscles can weaken. Learn how to do Kegel excercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles.
Learn about natural family planning to achieve or avoid pregnancy.
Information for women about taking progestin-only birth control pills to prevent pregnancy.
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As you age, it doesn’t mean that you suddenly lose interest in sex. It is very common for people to remain sexually active throughout their lives. How your sex life evolves as you age is largely up to you. Your body will change as
Learn about common sexually transmitted infections.
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Information for women about tubal sterilization to prevent pregnancy.
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