Emergency Contraception – Continuing the Conversation

…..The side effects of these treatments include nausea and vomiting along with irregular vaginal bleeding.  Some patients will complain of breast tenderness, abdominal pain, dizziness, and headaches. …..These types of emergency contraception have been used successfully when initiated up to 72 hours after intercourse.  This was the findings with the initial studies.  However, more recent findings indicate…

What’s Emergency Contraception All About?

…..Let us get back to our discussion of emergency contraception.  The research on emergency contraception began in the 1960s, and the first treatment protocols arrived in 1974. …..The two most common protocols are the progesterone only pill (Plan B) and the estrogen and progesterone pills.  Plan B consists of only one pill, and the second regime…

The Availability of Emergency Contraception

…..With the mornings crisp and clear, it is certain that fall is in full swing.  As I have mentioned before, since my life has always revolved around the school year, this is my time for new projects.  Our anti-aging/bioidentical hormone program is being updated, and the new treatment options are becoming available for our practice…