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TFAQ004, June 2019

Information Resources Patient Focused Advocacy birth control, teens, adolescent, contraception, the pill, diaphragm, skin patch, vaginal ring, implant, IUD, emergency birth control Birth Control (Especially for Teens), an ACOG patient education FAQ, covers the birth control pill, patch, ring..., implant, IUD, emergency birth control, and more. 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


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


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


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March 2019

FAQ029, March 2019

How long should I breastfeed my baby? Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the first 6 months of a baby’s life. Breastfeeding should continue up to the baby’s first birthday as new foods are introduced. You can keep breastfeeding after the baby’s first birthday for as long as you and your baby would like.


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