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  • Combined contraceptives have also been made available in a variety of forms.
  • There are several factors why some women may have access but still not use contraceptives.
  • This caused the high school to make contraceptives available in school.
  • In what way has society been injured by those people acquiring contraceptive information? Cited from Woman, by William J. Robinson
  • It is also said to have been used by some tribes as a female contraceptive.
  • He would like the opinion to go forth from the section that the use of contraceptives was a bad thing. Cited from Birth Control, by Halliday G. Sutherland
  • This risk reduction continues for at least fifteen years after contraceptive use has been stopped.
  • Married love should express itself at once in the usual way without the use of artificial contraceptives. Cited from Conception Control and Its Effects..., by Florence E. Barrett
  • Contraceptives became more expensive over time and had a high failure rate.
  • Contraceptives such as these are intended to control population growth among both tame and wild animals.
  • In what way has society been injured by this couple obtaining the contraceptive knowledge? Cited from Woman, by William J. Robinson
  • During the tour they come across a crew filming a contraceptives commercial.
  • Such investigation is indeed already beginning and we may expect great progress in contraceptive methods in the near future. Cited from Woman and the New Race, by Margaret Sanger
  • Much of its revenue comes from its sales of low-cost contraceptives.
  • More recent studies have shown that this risk is no greater than that seen with oral contraceptives.
  • Access to primary care for women even before they become pregnant is essential along with access to contraceptives.
  • They are used before or during sex while emergency contraceptives are effective for up to a few days after sex.
  • In what way was society injured by this young couple acquiring contraceptive information? Cited from Woman, by William J. Robinson
  • Additionally, college students that are sexually active are more likely to use contraceptives than non-college students.
  • She would have no reason to use the spermicidal contraceptive which was found on her.
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Words starting with contraceptive

Meaning of contraceptive

  • noun An agent or device intended to prevent conception