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Cervical scar tissue and labor. If you have ever had a LEEP Procedure, HPV, D, cesarean or an IUD this is a must read for expectant mothers, and doulas

from Verywell

4 Different Methods of Artificial Insemination

What is Artificial Insemination?: Artificial insemination involves the placement of semen or sperm into a woman's reproductive tract. Usually, the procedure takes place in the doctor's office.


On May 8-10, 2012, the USAID-funded SHOPS project will host a three day e-conference on long-acting and permanent methods of family planning (LAPMs). LAPMs include implants, intrauterine devices, and sterilization procedures.

from Verywell

Does an IUD Removal Hurt?

What You Can Expect During Your IUD Removal Procedure... Removal is by far a relief. My back and hip pain went away almost instantly. And I dropped 8 pounds in the first week of having it gone with out trying. ( removal is uncomfortable for like 3 seconds, then after that it's like finally having your body back!)


My SO went to get an IUD placed so I got her flowers a gift card and made her a card before her procedure. #Followme #CooliPhone6Case on #Twitter #Facebook #Google #Instagram #LinkedIn #Blogger #Tumblr #Youtube

from Women's Health

9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs

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ToConceive, LLC was established by Dr. Ronald Thompson, OBGYN and inventor of numerous gynecological products and methods. Dr. Thompson holds five United States patents, including fallopian tube method of in-vitro fertilization and embryo transfer, device for retrieval of ovum, embryo transfer arrangement, intrauterine delivery arrangement and in-vitro fertilization procedure using direct vision.


Mirena is levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) that is labeled effective for 5 years and available for use in the U.S. IUS and IUDs limit the amount of required involvement in contraceptive use, but do not protect agains STIs (Greenberg et al., 2014).