How to choose my hormonal contraceptive?
A friendly guide
Worldwide almost 50% of pregnancies are unplanned and 50% of them result in abortions.
There is a great medical and psychological effort to reduce the rate of unwanted pregnancies worldwide.
So – let’s discuss how science can assist us in getting pregnant or avoiding pregnancy through different METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION.
NOTE – contraception success is measured here by success rate – the percentage of women that avoided pregnancy during the first year of usage.
Continue reading “Hormonal Contraception Methods”
What is the monthly cycle?
The name ‘cycle’ originates from the historical connection to the different stages of the moon during the month, completing a full cycle every 28 days.
Continue reading “The Menustral Cycle”
The uterus (or womb) rests in the pelvis, it is a hollow muscular organ, the size of a fist and it opens to two tubes on the sides. The purpose of the tubes is to transport eggs (and sperm) for fertilisation .
Continue reading “Female anatomy: part 2”
Welcome to the Vaginalogue!
Our monthly Blog on women’s reproductive health.
Continue reading “Reproductive Health Blog with Dr. Yulia Wilk Goldsher”