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Feminist Women's Health Center

Category: Reproductive Health - Birth Control
Location: Yakima, Washington - United States

Complete descriptions of every method of birth control available in the USA, birth control comparison chart. How a woman's menstrual cycle works and when she is most likely to get pregnant.


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United Surgical Assistants, Inc.

Category: Employment - Recruitment and Staffing
Location: Bourbonnais, Illinois - United States

Offers surgical assistant staffing services to hospitals, clinics and surgical practices.

 
Women's Community Medical Clinic

Category: Medicine - Medical Specialties
Location: Santa Cruz, California - United States

Health education information on many topics, helpful links to national, state and local agencies and hotlines. English, Spanish and Vietnamese speaking staff. (Jose, California)

 
American Women's Services

Category: Reproductive Health - Clinics and Services
Location: - - United States

American Women's Services is dedicated to providing expert, high quality women's reproductive health services in a professional, caring, and compassionate manner. Our services are provided in private practice office settings to assure confidentiality and individual support for each woman. American ...

 
Diaphragm

Category: Reproductive Health - Birth Control
Location: - - United States

A diaphragm is a thin rubber dome with a springy and flexible rim. It is inserted into the vagina, fits over the cervix and is held in place by vaginal muscles. A diaphragm holds spermicide in place over the cervix ...

 
Options Abortion Clinic

Category: Reproductive Health - Clinics and Services
Location: New South Wales - Australia

Operates three clinics in Australia. Describes their services, including counseling, first-trimester abortion, ultrasound examination, contraceptive advice and vasectomy.

 
Angel's Clinic

Category: Reproductive Health - Clinics and Services
Location: New Delhi - India

New Delhi doctor offers medical and surgical abortions, as well as general gynecological and obstetric care.

 
The Private Clinic

Category: Reproductive Health - Clinics and Services
Location: New South Wales - Australia

The Private Clinic is a day surgery specialising in termination of pregnancy (abortion), dilatation and curettage (D&C) and insertion or removal of IUD's under intravenous anaesthesia. We also provide consultations for contraceptive advice, ultrasound and counselling. In 2003, the Private Clinic ...

 
Family Planning Centre

Category: Reproductive Health - Clinics and Services
Location: Melbourne - Australia

The Family Planning Centre was set up in 1983 by Dr. ChristineHealy to provide a fertility control service sensitive to women'sneeds. Minor gynaecological operations including abortions areperformed under either general or local anaesthesia. The staff of theclinic are fully sympathetic ...

 
Cervical Cap

Category: Reproductive Health - Birth Control
Location: - - United States

A cervical cap is a latex, thimble-shaped device that is inserted into the vagina and fits snugly over the cervix. Suction keeps the cap in place. A cervical cap provides a barrier to block sperm from entering the uterus and ...

 
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