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Fertility and fertility awareness 

Fertility and fertility awareness
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Fertility and fertility awareness
Author(s):

Enda McVeigh

, John Guillebaud

, and Roy Homburg

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199650682.003.0020
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date: 05 May 2021

Introduction

Sex and relationships education (SRE)

Patients under 16 years of age (age of consent)

Sexually transmitted infections

Features of the ideal contraceptive

Relative effectiveness of the available methods

Eligibility criteria for contraceptives

Fertility awareness and methods for the natural regulation of fertility

We now shift to a consideration of ‘the other side of the coin’: fertility control rather than its enhancement. The authors consider it high time there was a medical text covering both: the clinical and research overlaps in both directions are rather obvious....

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