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Annual Well-Woman Exam Infographic

Birth Control Learn about choosing the right birth control method for you Some examples include the birth control pill intrauterine device IUD patch condom or implant Cancer Screening Learn more about breast cancer colon cancer or other types of cancer Vaccinations Get vaccinations against the flu...

December 2015

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Cervical Cancer

FAQ163

What is cancer of the cervix A womans cervix the opening of the uterus at the top of the vagina is covered by a thin layer of tissue made up of cells Healthy cells grow divide and are replaced as needed Cancer of the cervix occurs when these cells change Cancer cells divide more rapidly They may g...

December 2015

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Morning Sickness: Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy

FAQ126

How common is nausea and vomiting of pregnancy Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy is a very common condition Although nausea and vomiting of pregnancy often is called morning sickness it can occur at any time of the day Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy usually is not harmful to the developing baby b...

December 2015

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How to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

FAQ009

What are sexually transmitted infections STIs Sexually transmitted infections STIs are infections that are spread by sexual contact Sexually transmitted infections can cause severe damage to your bodyeven death Except for colds and flu STIs are the most common contagious easily spread infections i...

December 2015

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Birth Control (Especially for Teens)

FAQ112

What things should I think about when choosing a birth control method To choose the right birth control method for you consider the following How well it prevents pregnancy How easy it is to use Whether you need a prescription to get it Whether it protects against sexually transmitted infections S...

December 2015

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Domestic Violence

FAQ083

What is domestic violence Domestic violence is a pattern of threatening or controlling behavior imposed on a woman by an intimate partner without regard for her rights feelings body or health A woman is abused if she has had intentional often repeated physical sexual or emotional harm done to her ...

November 2015

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Your Sexual Health

FAQ072

What causes sexual problems in women Some common causes of sexual problems in women include the followingAgingA womans libido another term for interest in and desire for sex and sexual activity sometimes decrease with age This decrease is normal and usually is not a cause for concern but problems ...

November 2015

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination

FAQ191

What is human papillomavirus HPV Human papillomavirus HPV is a virus Like all viruses HPV causes infection by entering cells Once inside a cell HPV takes control of the cells internal machinery and uses it to make copies of itself These copies then infect other nearby cells Womens Health What is h...

November 2015

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Vulvovaginal Health

FAQ190

What is human papillomavirus HPV Human papillomavirus HPV is a virus Like all viruses HPV causes infection by entering cells Once inside a cell HPV takes control of the cells internal machinery and uses it to make copies of itself These copies then infect other nearby cells Womens Health What is t...

November 2015

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The Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy

FAQ189

What is influenza the flu Influenza the flu is more than a bad cold It usually comes on suddenly Signs and symptoms may include fever headache fatigue muscle aches coughing and sore throat It can lead to complications such as pneumonia Some complications can be lifethreatening Pregnancy What is in...

October 2015

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