Contraceptive Methods.

  title={Contraceptive Methods.},
  author={Charlie W Colquitt and Tonya S Martin},
  journal={Journal of pharmacy practice},
  volume={30 1},
The prevention of pregnancy remains an important part of the practice of medicine. Contraception can occur at a number of points in the basic reproductive biological process and through a number of contraceptive product options. Pharmacists are health care providers appropriately positioned to assist patients in suitable contraceptive product selection based on their personal situations and lifestyles. This article provides an overview of available products for prevention of pregnancy and… CONTINUE READING

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