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Topic "Contraception" in Nuer - total 8 documents

Title: Abortion
Summary: This fact sheet provides general information about abortion and a comparison of the two methods: medical and surgical.

Title: Abortion procedure - medication
Summary: This fact sheet describes the process for undergoing a medical termination, including a consultation with a doctor, medications you will take and where these steps take place.

Title: Abortion procedure surgical
Summary: This fact sheet describes the process for undergoing surgical abortion, including pre- and post- surgical assessment and care.

Title: Barrier methods of contraception
Summary: Barrier methods of contraception include the male and female condom and the diaphragm.

Title: Contraception methods in Australia
Summary: An overview of the methods of contraception available in Australia is presented in this fact sheet. Using contraception can help you prevent a pregnancy. Different methods may suit you at different times in your life.

Title: Emergency contraception methods
Summary: Emergency contraception methods include a pill which is taken up to five days after unprotected sex to reduce the chance of becoming pregnant, or having an intrauterine device fitted within five days of unprotected sex.

Title: Long acting reversible contraception (LARC) methods
Summary: LARC methods provide temporary, safe, cost-effective contraception which can last from 3 and up to 10 years depending on the type. They include the intrauterine device and the contraceptive implant.

Title: Medium acting and short acting contraception methods
Summary: Medium acting methods last over a period of weeks or months and include the contraceptive injection and the vaginal ring. Short acting methods are taken every day and include the combined contraceptive pill and the mini pill.

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