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Improving contraceptive success: Facilitating choice of appropriate and acceptable contraceptive methods
This supplement was sponsored by SciMed and supported by an educational grant from Schering-Plough
Only slightly more than half (51%) of all pregnancies in the United States each year can be considered "intended". Clinicians need to help individuals choose a reliable birth control method that focuses on the individuals' reproductive plans, lifestyle, religious contraindications, and medical issues in order to find a method that the patient will use continuously and effectively.
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