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  1. 5 Types of Birth Control Options: Which is Best for You?

    5 Types of Birth Control Options: Which is Best for You?

    Birth control has come a long way over the decades. There is more choice than ever when it comes to contraception, meaning there is likely a type out there that will work best for you.

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  2. How does the contraceptive pill work

    How does the contraceptive pill work?

    The contraceptive pill or birth control pill remains one of the most popular forms of contraception for women due to its ease of administration, high protective rate and few side effects.  Pharmacy Planet offers a full range of contraceptive pills and other birth control options.

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  3. How Birth Control Pills Helps To Avoid Unwanted Pregnancy

    How Birth Control Pills Helps To Avoid Unwanted Pregnancy

    Since birth control pills, or contraceptive pills, have become more readily available, as a woman it’s never been easier to be in control of your own sexual and reproductive health. There are a wide variety of ways to prevent an unwanted pregnancy, including a birth control implant and the emergency contraceptive pill. 

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  4. The Best Combined Contraceptive Pill

    The Best Combined Contraceptive Pill

    Many women in the UK choose to take birth control pills, and there can be a number of reasons for this. At Pharmacy Planet, it is possible to buy Femodene and the Loestrin pill online, to ensure you never run out of contraceptive pills.

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  5. Five things you need to know about birth control

    Five things you need to know about birth control

    Birth control can take many different forms and it is important to remember that protection against unwanted pregnancy is not necessarily the same as protection against STIs – Sexually Transmitted Diseases  - and HIV Aids.

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  6. How to prevent an unintended pregnancy

    How to prevent an unintended pregnancy

    One of the most commonly prescribed contraceptive options is the Birth Control Pill. Many women find ‘the pill’ to be a convenient and well-tolerated choice, which can be easily taken orally for 21 days each month. The Birth Control Pill is considered more than 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy when taking carefully as prescribed each month.

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  7. What you need to know about Contraceptive Pills

    What you need to know about Contraceptive Pills

    These are pills used for controlling birth commonly referred to as ‘the pill’ which contains hormones that change the functioning of the body. The pills are a type of female contraception and are quite effective in preventing pregnancy. The two hormones found in the pills are a man-made form of progestin and oestrogen which occur naturally in a woman’s body. These hormones stops ovulation from taking place thus no egg is released during a woman’s menstrual cycle. Progestin as well makes the mucus found around the cervix to be thick and sticky thus preventing sperms from gaining entrance to the uterus.

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  8. Birth Control Pills – What you need you know?

    Birth Control Pills – What you need you know?

    For the combination pills to be effective at preventing pregnancy, you should take one pill each day. It is advisable to take the pill at a similar time on a daily basis as this enhances the ability of you remembering to take the pill. 

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  9. How to use Birth Control Pills

    How to use Birth Control Pills

    Birth control pills are available in packs and in most cases, these comprise of 3 weeks of hormone pills and on the fourth week, the pills are hormone free. During this week, you will get your periods and after they are over, you can start on a new pack.

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  10. Do's and Don'ts while using Contraceptive Pills

    Do's and Don'ts while using Contraceptive Pills

    Most women trust contraceptive pills for preventing pregnancy.  Contraceptive pills usually trick your body that you are already pregnant, they also prevent women from ovulating and then creating cervical mucus that is thick enough to prevent the sperm from penetrating.

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