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Women's Sexual Health | The Mirena and Copper Coil IUDs Long Term Birth Control
 
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Did you know that I also have F. S. R. H. in the title of my name? Well, that stands for having a diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health, meaning that I specialise in sexual health and family planning. In this series I will take you through the different contraception or birth control options that are available to you. Ranging from the short time options, to the long term, the hormonal and the non-hormonal options. Today I'll be talking about two long term acting contraceptives which can be used whether or not you’ve had children, are reversible and require one treatment only. The first of which is the intrauterine system (IUS), which in Australia is available as the Mirena. The second is the intrauterine device (IUD), known more commonly as the Copper Coil. Both these treatments are reversible and can be over 99% effective for birth control, but please note they do not protect against sexually transmitted infections. The main difference between these two is the Mirena (IUS) contains the hormones, whilst the Copper Coil (IUD) uses copper. WHAT ARE HORMONES? Hormones are used to regulate physiology and behaviour, and the one used by the Mirena is a synthetic hormone for a chemical that is released locally in the womb for birth control. MIRENA (IUS) The IUS is a small flexible plastic T. shaped device that fits inside the womb of a lady. It has a cylinder at the bottom which releases a steady amount of hormone every day over a period of up to five years. In Australia, it is available as the Mirena, but in other countries you can find other brands such as Skyla, Jaydess, Liletta, Kyleena as well as the Mirena. It works by changing the mucus in the cervix making it harder for sperm to move through. It thins the womb lining, making your periods lighter and reducing the likelihood of the womb accepting a fertilised egg. It also inhibits sperm from reaching or fertilising your egg. For women going through their menopause, the Mirena is progestin-releasing which can support Hormone Replacement Therapy. COPPER COIL (IUD) An IUD is a small T-shaped plastic and copper device that’s inserted into your womb (uterus) by a specially trained doctor or nurse. The IUD works by stopping the sperm and egg from surviving in the womb or fallopian tubes. It may also prevent a fertilised egg from implanting in the womb. In Australia it’s available as Multiload or Copper T. With Multiload working for up to 5 years and Copper T working up to 10 years. DIFFERENCES The main difference between the two is that the Mirena uses a synthetic hormone which can lead to lighter and less painful periods. However, some women do experience adverse side-effects such as headaches, acne and breast tenderness, this can reduce over the first few months depending on your body. The Copper Coil works without hormones so there are less side-effects, however it does often lead to heavier and painful periods especially for the first few months. TREATMENT The treatment time takes between 10-20 minutes, it can be uncomfortable. So it is very important to take pain relief such as paracetamol and an anti-inflammatory 30 minutes to an hour beforehand. As with all invasive treatments, there are risks involved. - One in 1,000 insertions can perforate the womb, which can cause pain in the lower abdomen or at worst a trip to the hospital for surgery. - One in 200 times the device may fall out, most likely to happen soon after it’s fitted. - There is a small risk of getting an infection PRACTITIONERS It’s really important that you see an appropriately trained medical practitioner. At the higher end you can see a Gynaecologist who is a doctor that focuses on women’s reproductive health. You can also see a Specialist General Practitioner, you can identify one usually by looking for titles in their name (for example, DFSRH means they’d have a diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health), alternatively you can ask for accreditation. Specialist Nurses with additional training and accreditation can also perform the treatment. Please ensure that you seek an accredited medical practitioner, as this is not a routine procedure. “Few Australian General Practitioners are trained to insert IUDs”[1], so please make sure you choose carefully. [1] RACGP Course 90415 – Intrauterine Device Training in General Practice. FILM BY VTUDIO | https://vtudio.com
B26.1.2 Birth control measures (Hindi)
 
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Download the Avanti Gurukul App from the google store now and get all the videos by India's top teachers on your phone. Click here to download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.avanti.gurukul.learning.cbse.ncert.iit.video.test.doubt&referrer=utm_source%3DYouTube%26utm_medium%3DYouTube%2520Description%26utm_campaign%3DAll-YT-Description Class 12 Biology – Reproductive Health What do we understand from this term? A person with healthy working reproductive organs with normal functions. However, it has a broader perspective and includes the emotional and social aspects of reproduction also. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), reproductive health means a total well-being in all aspects of reproduction, i.e., physical, emotional, behavioural and social. Therefore, a society with people having physically and functionally normal reproductive organs and normal emotional and behavioural interactions among them in all sex-related aspects might be called reproductively healthy. Why is it significant to maintain reproductive health and what are the methods taken up to achieve it? In this chapter, we’ll learn 1. Reproductive health. 2. Birth control measures. 3. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). AvantiEd- Learn more about us at http://www.avanti.in Like us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/avantilearningcentres/?fref=ts Follow us on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/AvantiLC For more information, please visit www.avanti.in For more information, please visit www.avanti.in
Views: 23060 Avanti Gurukul
Birth Control Pills
 
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This 3D medical animation shows the anatomy of the female reproductive system and roles of estrogen and progesterone in the menstrual cycle. The animation continues on to describe the difference between combination birth control pills and progestin-only pills, and how they prevent pregnancy. Finally the animation describes the effectiveness of birth control pills if used correctly vs, typical use.
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SEX: Just the Facts, Episode 1: Female Reproductive Anatomy & Hormonal Birth Control
 
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Planned Parenthood Peer Educators in Flint, MI write, produce, animate, and star in this fun and colorful video about female reproductive anatomy and hormonal family planning options. This video was produced as part of Gold House Media Animation workshop directed by Natasha Beste. http://www.goldhouse.tv/ Music provided by All These Fingers https://allthesefingers.bandcamp.com/
Views: 769 PPofMI
CAN CHRISTIANS USE BIRTH CONTROL?
 
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Emily Wilson, God bless her, upset me in her oversimplification & shaming of the birth control discussion. Let's stay EDUCATED & AWAKE, lovers! We're allowed to question what we've been taught. "Thou shalt not use birth control" is not in the Bible THOUGH the Catholic church condemns it. Some Christians believe that birth control deters God's will so we can all just have fun being promiscuous - but that is NOT necessarily the case. To the contrary, I believe that God charges us to take care of our health - spiritually, mentally, financially and relationally, which is often left out of the birth control debate. ALSO, no matter how much a Christian may wish it, not everyone in America holds the same ideals and blocking women access to reproductive healthcare is imposing religious beliefs on non-religious (or non-legalistic) people. Let's break that down a bit so you ladies can make an informed choice for YOURSELF. NEW EPISODES EVERY OTHER MONDAY @ 9! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/brenzmarie/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/brenzmarie/
Views: 13753 God is Grey
Birth Control: II, MTP & STDs - Reproductive Health - NEET & AIIMS preparation videos
 
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It Begins with One: Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights
 
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http://www.unfoundation.org As the world focuses on the post-2015 development goals, you may hear a lot of buzz about sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) – but what do we mean and why does it matter? The evidence is clear: SRHR has a powerful ripple effect that not only transforms the lives of individuals, but of communities, nations and our world. It begins with one; it matters to everyone.
Contraception Advice - Family Planning | Best Women's Clinic India
 
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Contraception Advice India - Family planning in India - Birth Control Methods India Watch Dr. Manasi Gore, Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetrician at Currae Gynaec IVF Birthing Hospital, Thane talk about contraception and family planning. Contraception aims to prevent pregnancy. A woman can get pregnant if a man's sperm reaches one of her eggs (ova). Contraception tries to stop this happening by keeping the egg and sperm apart, or by stopping egg production, or by stopping the combined sperm and egg (fertilised egg) attaching to the lining of the womb. Condoms and birth control pills are most popular forms of contraception. But there are some other methods of contraception. Know about the dos and don'ts of contraception and family planning and why MTPs and emergency contraception are not always safe. For more information you can log on to our website http://bit.ly/Gynaec-IVF-Birthing Read more about Choosing a contraceptive method: Treatment, causes, symptoms. Get Experts advice now! Call us at below numbers Currae Gynaec | IVF | Birthing Hospital - 022-25984102 Our Currae Gynaec | IVF | Birthing Hospital in India: http://bit.ly/OurHospitalNetworks Health Check-up Plans @ Currae Gynaec | IVF | Birthing Hospital : http://bit.ly/1UbuISk Offers and Promotions @ Currae Gynaec | IVF | Birthing Hospital : http://bit.ly/1TUjw9V Search terms: Contraception Advice, Contraception Guide, Contraception Help, types of contraceptive, contraception pills, contraception for men, contraception for women, Birth Control Methods, Contraceptive Options in India for women India, Contraceptive Use in India, Family planning in India, Medical Advice for Women on Sexual-Health Pregnancy Contraception Menstruation Thane, Mumbai, Kolkata
Reproductive System, part 3 - Sex & Fertilization: Crash Course A&P #42
 
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After weeks of discussion of human reproduction, today we arrive at the main event: THE SEX. Hank explains the four phases of the human sexual response, how a sperm finds and fertilizes an egg, creating a zygote, and how different types of contraception work to prevent that from happening. A&P poster: http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-anatomy-and-physiology-poster Table of Contents Four Phases of the Human Sexual Response 1:34 Fertilization 3:01 Creating a Zygote 3:21 Methods of Birth Control 7:15 *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
Views: 886657 CrashCourse
Girls Choose Smart Contraception
 
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Girls Choose Smart Contraception- Adolescent girls and young women believe they have a responsibility towards their Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Women's Health Forum - "Contraception" with Dr. Dustin Costescu
 
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On Tuesday, January 10, 2017, the SOGC hosted a Women's Health Forum at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto. Five Canadian experts reviewed the state of the evidence on key topics in women's sexual and reproductive health: HPV, Fertility, Contraception, Menopause, and The Environment. Bringing together researchers, patients, clinicians, and policymakers to talk about key issues in women's sexual and reproductive health, the event helped to identify research priorities that will inform policymakers and care providers about tools and resources that are important to help empower Canadian women with knowledge about their sexual and reproductive health.
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Female Sterilization - Episode 19
 
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In The Naked Truth Series, Shilpa explains what happens to your reproductive and sexual organs during female sterilization surgery. As a form of permanent birth control, how effective is it? Tune in every Wednesday & Friday for more episodes. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75eZEjPH6KnA0oi9e10FNA?sub_confirmation=1 tnt@mdhil.com 9901872779 Connect with us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil http://www.twitter.com/mhealthtips http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 10069 Saral Health
birth control
 
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Description The Planned Parenthood Association has engaged religious leaders across the island in discussion on women's sexual and reproductive health. DBS' Don Nicholas reports
Views: 395 DBSTELEVISION
Birth Control Pills - All you need to know
 
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If you are planning to go on birth control pills, the one question you may have is how effective is birth control. Another question would be can you get pregnant on birth control? Stay tuned and we'll answer all your questions! Ok, so birth control pills are 99% effective and work just fine for most women. However, the most important factor here is that you have to be regular with the birth control pills. A few reasons why your birth control pills may not be effective could be: Irregularity – Sometimes women forget to take the pill and sometimes the side effects associated with the pill, such as nausea can cause non-compliance. You may then feel that the birth control effectiveness is not what you expected. Antibiotics and birth control – Certain antibiotics reduce the birth control pills' effectiveness. So if you are on antibiotics for a long period of time, it would be better to use an alternate contraception like condom. Timing – If you want your pill to be effective, make sure you take it at the same time every single day, especially if it is the progestin only pills. If you are the forgetful type or extremely busy, set an alarm in order to remind yourself. Wrong pill – There are a bunch of different types of pills. Some more effective than the others. So if you are breast-feeling or suffering from migraine or have heart disease, estrogen is not for you. And this could be a reason why your BC pills are not working. Storage – Too much heat or too much cold can lower the effectiveness of your birth control pills. So make sure you keep it in a place away from direct sunlight, in a cool area. Choose the right type of pill that suits your body and the best way to do that would be to get in touch with your doctor. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.co/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 27216 HerBody mDhil
The All-Male Panel on Women's Health: The Daily Show
 
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Michelle Wolf explains why Senate Republicans need to include women on the panel responsible for crafting health care legislation. Watch full episodes of The Daily Show for free: http://www.cc.com/shows/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah/full-episodes The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.
Pregnancy and Sexual Health : How to Use Spermicide Birth Control
 
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Spermicide birth control is best used in combination with a condom to improve efficacy of both contraceptives. Apply spermicide properly with help from a practicing doctor and obstetrician in this free video. Expert: Dr. Heather Harrison D.O. Contact: www.centralutahclinic.com Bio: Dr. Heather Harrison specializes in obstetrics, pediatrics, adolescents, women's health, preventative medicine, acute care and management of chronic medical concerns Filmmaker: Michael Burton Series Description: If pregnant, or trying to get pregnant, there are several factors that you need to consider, such as delivery, care, and diet. Learn to deal with your pregnancy and health with help from a practicing doctor and obstetrician in this free video.
Views: 27105 ehowhealth
Pregnancy and Sexual Health : How to Improve Libido in Women
 
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Problems such as unhealthy foods, birth control pills and stress can reduce a woman's libido. Learn how to get that groove back with help from a practicing doctor and obstetrician in this free video. Expert: Dr. Heather Harrison D.O. Contact: www.centralutahclinic.com Bio: Dr. Heather Harrison specializes in obstetrics, pediatrics, adolescents, women's health, preventative medicine, acute care and management of chronic medical concerns Filmmaker: Michael Burton Series Description: If pregnant, or trying to get pregnant, there are several factors that you need to consider, such as delivery, care, and diet. Learn to deal with your pregnancy and health with help from a practicing doctor and obstetrician in this free video.
Views: 944 ehowhealth
CBSE Class 12 Biology, Reproductive Health – 2, Population Explosion and Birth Control
 
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Views: 8655 Shiksha House
Female Sterilization - Hindi
 
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http://www.mdhil.com. Shilpa aapko samjhaengi ki sterilization surgery (nasbandhi) k waqt aapke prajanan ango e kya asar hota hai. Wah ye bhi bataengi ye sthayi garbh nirodh k liye kitna asarkarak hai. Aur STI k liye? Shilpa explains what happens to your reproductive and sexual organs during female sterilization surgery. As a form of permanent birth control, how effective is it? Subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/user/mdhilhindi?sub_confirmation=1 tnt@mdhil.com 9901872779 Connect with us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil http://www.twitter.com/mhealthtips http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 183374 mdhilhindi
Sheffield Contraception & Sexual Health
 
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The Sheffield Contraception and Sexual Health Service (SCASH) offers free and confidential advice and support for both women and men on a wide range of issues. , Central Health Clinic, 1 Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ, http://www.yell.com/b/Sheffield+Contraception+and+Sexual+Health-Clinics-Sheffield-S12PJ-901229208/photos-video.html
Views: 119 Yell
Birth Control, Family Planning & Contraception
 
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There are many different forms of contraception available to women, and choosing a specific modality depends on factors such as your lifestyle, and personal health profile. The most common form of contraception is the oral contraceptive pill. This is taken as a daily tablet, and contains female hormones oestrogen and progesterone. The pill prevents pregnancy by inhibiting ovulation. It can also be used for regulation of hormone imbalances, controlling irregular and painful periods, and improving the condition of your skin. Other forms of contraception include hormonal injections, hormonal patches, and implantable devices such as the implanon, or an intrauterine device. The implanon is a hormone releasing rod that is inserted in the innerside of the arm, and can be used for up to 3 years. An intrauterine device, or IUD for short, is a small t shaped device that is inserted inside the uterus, and provides contraception for 5 years. Emergency contraception is slightly different from the previously mentioned forms of contraception. These are used after an unsafe or unprotected sexual encounter, to avoid falling pregnant. Emergency contraception can only be obtained from your doctor, and must be used within 3-5 days of the sexual encounter. If you're unsure about which type of contraception to use, or would like more information about the different options, visit us at our Women's health clinics, or pop by our website at womens-health.sg. Thanks for watching! www.womens-health.sg
Views: 475 Dr Tan & Partners
Women's Health Regional Webinar Series - Contraception Update
 
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Women's Health Regional Webinar Series Contraception Update Presented by: Dr Sarah Smith – GP, Sexual Health Quarters The ‘Women’s Health Regional Webinar Series’ welcomes three specialists to present on the latest issues in women's health. The webinar series is organised in collaboration with Cancer Council WA, BreastScreen WA, King Edward Memorial Hospital - Women & Newborn Health Service and Sexual Health Quarters, who share an interest in providing up-to-date information about women's health to general practice.
Reproductive health video part 1
 
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Useful for Plus Two, VHSE, CBSE students. Based on NCERT Topics: Population explosion, Birth control and contraceptive methods
SDSM San Diego Sexual Medicine:  Birth Control Pills Can Cause Female Sexual Dysfunction
 
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Led by internationally respected physician Dr. Irwin Goldstein, San Diego Sexual Medicine is a multidisciplinary health care facility providing compassionate, state-of-the-art, evidence based clinical management for men and women with sexual health concerns. Irwin Goldstein, MD Director, San Diego Sexual Medicine 5555 Reservoir Drive, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92120 Director, Sexual Medicine, Alvarado Hospital, San Diego, CA Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of California at San Diego Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Sexual Medicine www.sandiegosexualmedicine.com For all appointment and prescription requests please contact SDSM at 619 265-8865.
Views: 330 sdsexualmed
What is REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH? What does REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH mean? REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH meaning
 
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What is REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH? What does REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH mean? REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH meaning - REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH definition - REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Within the framework of the World Health Organization's (WHO) definition of health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, reproductive health, or sexual health/hygiene, addresses the reproductive processes, functions and system at all stages of life. Reproductive health implies that people are able to have a responsible, satisfying and safer sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so. One interpretation of this implies that men and women ought to be informed of and to have access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable methods of birth control; also access to appropriate health care services of sexual, reproductive medicine and implementation of health education programs to stress the importance of women to go safely through pregnancy and childbirth could provide couples with the best chance of having a healthy infant. Individuals do face inequalities in reproductive health services. Inequalities vary based on socioeconomic status, education level, age, ethnicity, religion, and resources available in their environment. It is possible for example, that low income individuals lack the resources for appropriate health services and the knowledge to know what is appropriate for maintaining reproductive health. The WHO assessed in 2008 that "Reproductive and sexual ill-health accounts for 20% of the global burden of ill-health for women, and 14% for men." Reproductive health is a part of sexual and reproductive health and rights. According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), unmet needs for sexual and reproductive health deprive women of the right to make "crucial choices about their own bodies and futures", affecting family welfare. Women bear and usually nurture children, so their reproductive health is inseparable from gender equality. Denial of such rights also worsens poverty. Reproductive health should be looked at through a lifecycle approach as it affects both men and women from infancy to old age. According to UNFPA, reproductive health at any age profoundly affects health later in life. The lifecycle approach incorporates the challenges people face at different times in their lives such as family planning, services to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and early diagnosis and treatment of reproductive health illnesses. As such, services such as health and education systems need to be strengthened and availability of essential health supplies such as contraceptives and medicines must be supported.
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B26.1.1 Reproductive health (Hindi)
 
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Download the Avanti Gurukul App from the google store now and get all the videos by India's top teachers on your phone. Click here to download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.avanti.gurukul.learning.cbse.ncert.iit.video.test.doubt&referrer=utm_source%3DYouTube%26utm_medium%3DYouTube%2520Description%26utm_campaign%3DAll-YT-Description Class 12 Biology – Reproductive Health What do we understand from this term? A person with healthy working reproductive organs with normal functions. However, it has a broader perspective and includes the emotional and social aspects of reproduction also. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), reproductive health means a total well-being in all aspects of reproduction, i.e., physical, emotional, behavioural and social. Therefore, a society with people having physically and functionally normal reproductive organs and normal emotional and behavioural interactions among them in all sex-related aspects might be called reproductively healthy. Why is it significant to maintain reproductive health and what are the methods taken up to achieve it? In this chapter, we’ll learn 1. Reproductive health. 2. Birth control measures. 3. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). AvantiEd- Learn more about us at http://www.avanti.in Like us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/avantilearningcentres/?fref=ts Follow us on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/AvantiLC For more information, please visit www.avanti.in For more information, please visit www.avanti.in
Views: 59506 Avanti Gurukul
The Science of 'Plan B' - Emergency Contraception
 
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TWEET IT - http://clicktotweet.com/he8Re What happens when the condom breaks? Find out what's behind "Plan B" - otherwise known as emergency contraception. Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Created with the support of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project. TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Music by Mitchell Moffit http://www.mitchellmoffit.com http://www.twitter.com/mitchellmoffit http://www.facebook.com/mitchellmoffit Art by Gregory and Mitchell http://www.gregorybrownart.tumblr.com http://www.twitter.com/whalewatchmeplz Sources---- Contraception: 1) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10561657 2) http://www.fhi360.org/en/RH/Pubs/booksReports/methodaction.htm Emergency Contraception: 3) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3141844/ 4) http://www.contraceptionjournal.org/article/S0010-7824(01)00250-5/abstract 5) http://ec.princeton.edu/references/mechanism_of_action_contraception2006.pdf 6) http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/EC-Review.pdf Safety: 7) http://bixbycenter.ucsf.edu/publications/files/IsECSafe_2008.pdf 8) http://www.arhp.org/publications-and-resources/clinical-fact-sheets/mifepristone-ec
Views: 2455067 AsapSCIENCE
Reproductive System, part 1 - Female Reproductive System: Crash Course A&P #40
 
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Human reproduction is complicated an important, and it's going to take a four part series for us to cover it. Today, we're kicking that off with the female reproductive system, starting with how sex hormones affect oogenesis and ovulation, continuing through how the ovarian and menstrual cycles mature and release oocytes, and create a comfy uterine environment for a fertilized egg. CC Anatomy & Physiology Poster http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-anatomy-and-physiology-poster Table of Contents Female Reproductive Anatomy 1:58 Sex Hormones Affect Oogenesis and Ovulation 3:15 Ovarian and Menstrual Cycles Mature and Release Oocytes 4:05 Uterine Environments and Fertilized Eggs 7:10 *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Fatima Iqbal, Penelope Flagg, Eugenia Karlson, Alex S, Jirat, Tim Curwick, Christy Huddleston, Eric Kitchen, Moritz Schmidt, Today I Found Out, Avi Yashchin, Chris Peters, Eric Knight, Jacob Ash, Simun Niclasen, Jan Schmid, Elliot Beter, Sandra Aft, SR Foxley, Ian Dundore, Daniel Baulig, Jason A Saslow, Robert Kunz, Jessica Wode, Steve Marshall, Anna-Ester Volozh, Christian, Caleb Weeks, Jeffrey Thompson, James Craver, and Markus Persson -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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#MyChoice (15 seconds)
 
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We put a call out to a group of women asking them to be part of a project – to tell the world if they plan to have children. We wanted to tell a story about the transformative power that reproductive choice has on women’s lives and why it’s a right we should all protect. At the same time, on the other side of the world, President Donald Trump was busy reinstating the Mexico City Policy (The Global Gag Rule), dramatically restricting reproductive choices for women and girls around the world. Since then, women have rallied together to fight for basic reproductive freedoms. As one of the largest global providers of sexual and reproductive health services in our region, Marie Stopes International Australia is on the front lines of the fight for reproductive rights. We’ve developed the #mychoice campaign and this video to demonstrate the stark difference between contraceptive access for Australian women and the millions of women across the world who want to access modern contraception but can’t. On November 21, 2017, we are asking Australian women and men for their support, by posting the video with the hashtag #mychoice and a caption about why it’s important to have access to contraception and what it’s meant for them.
Brook Contraception - Female Condom Animation
 
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Animation on how to use female condoms, including the pros and cons. Developed with the young people's sexual health charity, Brook. Used within the interactive learning platform Brook Learn, supporting professionals to deliver effective SRE: http://learn.brook.org.uk Find out more about Onclick's bespoke digital learning: http://www.onclick.co.uk
Essential Health Classics: Reproductive Health and Relationships
 
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Empower Tanzania, Inc. empowertz.org Jeffrey Carithers, MD, FACS Producer
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Do women have case in birth control mix-up lawsuit?
 
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Legal implications of drug company mistake Watch Martha Maccallum talk about Crime, Pregnancy, Reproductive Health, and Trials.
Views: 419 Fox News
Meet The Contraceptives
 
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Did you know... - About 1 in 3 women become pregnant at least once before they're 20. - A sexually active teen who does not use birth control has a 90% chance of becoming pregnant within a year. - Most birth control options are over 99% effective when taken correctly. There are many safe and effective contraceptive options available to teens, yet some young people are unaware of how many choices they have when it comes to birth control. "Meet the Contraceptives" provides accurate information about the birth control options available to teens in a fun and original way. And remember, ONLY CONDOMS protect against sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. In New York City, adolescents can receive free and private reproductive healthcare without parental consent. To schedule an appointment at a Community Healthcare Network center in NYC near you, visit www.chnnyc.org. This public service announcement was produced entirely by teens for teens by Community Healthcare Network's Teens P.A.C.T. program in New York City. It is just one in a series of public service announcements collectively titled, MORE THAN JUST SEX! MORE THAN JUST SEX aims to empower young people to make positive decisions, create social change, and reduce the rates of teen pregnancy, STD's, and HIV in New York City and beyond. For more information about Community Healthcare Network or Teens P.A.C.T., please contact Michele Perlman at mperlman@chnnyc.org. Find us at www.chnnyc.org or www.facebook.com/teenspact
Views: 17932 morethanjustsex
4. Hormones and Sexual Health, Barbara O'Neill
 
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4. Hormones and Sexual Health, Barbara O'Neill
Counseling Young Women about Long-Acting Reversible Methods
 
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Counseling Young Women about Long-Acting Reversible Methods This video is no longer eligible for continuing education credit.
Sexual Health PSA: Birth Control
 
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Read your labels, kids!
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Advancing Women's Health in Rural Guatemala
 
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WINGS is a US-Guatemalan NGO that's been advancing sexual and reproductive rights throughout Guatemala for the past 15 years. Their Mobile Clinics bring healthcare and birth control methods to women in remote areas who wouldn't otherwise have access to it. Find out more: http://wingsguate.org/
Views: 405 On the Road Media
Maternal Mortality and Contraception in Pakistan
 
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Shirkat Gah highlights the need to improve sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services in Pakistan and also the need to resist conservative and religious fundamentalist voices. Find out more about similar issues in Asia-Pacific by visiting http://www.srhrforall.org. To read more about sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and sexual and reproductive rights (SRR) in Pakistan, read our publications here: http://arrow.org.my/publication/country-profile-on-universal-access-to-sexual-and-reproductive-health-pakistan/ http://arrow.org.my/publication/country-profile-on-universal-access-to-sexual-and-reproductive-rights-pakistan/
Views: 64 ARROWomen
Busting Sexual Health Myths - ISH Exams and Birth Control Edition
 
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Based on our Classroom FAQs, here are some answers to some commonly held myths about Island Sexual Health and Birth Control. Video by Lexi Redman and Sam Bowen,
Dried Mint Leaves With Water Before Sex Can Avoid Pregnancy Contraceptive Tips For Women That Are Sa
 
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Dried Mint Leaves With Water Before Sex Can Avoid Pregnancy: 6 More Ayurvedic Contraceptive Tips For Women That Are Safe & Natural chemical contraceptives can cause a lot of trouble in the natural reproductive cycle of a woman. If you do not want to get pregnant, besides condoms use these safe methods from nature that have contraceptive properties. Birth control pills also have side effects like irregular periods, spotting, nausea, headaches, mood swings, vaginal discharge, weight gain etc. Repeat these methods every month to avoid pregnancy. This method can be done within 2-5 minutes after sex to make sure sperm doesn't reach the womb. Dip a piece of rock salt in sesame seed oil and place inside the vagina for around 100 seconds after sex. If u break fresh castor seeds, there is a white seed inside them. Take 1 of these seeds and consume within 72 hours. For best results, eat 3 seeds each on 3 days of your period and it works as a natural contraceptive for 1 month. Dry mint leaves and ground them into a powder and store in a container. When you are gong to have sex, boil some water and immediately after the sex mix 1 spoon of mint powder and drink. Boil 500 ml of water with 50gms of rock salt and let it settle. After intercourse, within 5 minutes wash your vagina with this water to kill the sperm. Make a paste of hibiscus flower and starch to take in the first 3 days of your period to use as contraceptive. 1 gm Powder of long pepper, embelia ribs and lead oxide (suhaga) along with milk taken during menstruation avoids pregnancy in that month.
Views: 799 J21 Desi Tube
Biology Reproductive Health part 5 (Natural Contraceptive Method) class 12 XII
 
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Biology Reproductive Health part 5 (Natural Contraceptive Method) class 12 XII
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[HEALTH] Sophia Bush about birth control
 
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- Nouvelle vidéo de Sophia Bush pour ATTN où elle parle de la contraception. © twitter.com/attn - Retrouvez Wonderful Sophia Bush sur - ✿ www.wonderful-sophia-bush.fr ✿ www.facebook.com/wonderfulsophiab ✿ www.instagram.com/wonderfulsophiab ✿ www.twitter.com/wonderfulsbush ✿ www.wonderfulsophiab.tumblr.com
Views: 32909 Wonderful Sophia Bush
What are the different types of contraception?
 
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There are many contraception methods available so its good to know your options What you should know: •Male and female condoms should not be used at same time •Prescription methods prevent pregnancy, not STDs •Be aware of side effects for each type of contraception Related Videos: •All Reproductive videos, http://www.youtube.com/user/CVSPharmacyVideos#grid/user/567E587DA9764A5E Related Health Articles: •Pre-Natal Vitamins In general, most prenatal supplements contain more folic acid, iron, and calcium than you'll find in a standard adult multivitamin. Cooking food in cast iron will increase the amount of iron in your food considerably, and eating iron-rich foods ...Read More: http://bit.ly/b8teK5 •Top Fertility Myths Myth 1: Infertility is almost always a woman's problem. Here's a look at the top modern infertility myths... Read More: http://bit.ly/9FW72t •Detecting Ovulation It can be tricky to figure out when you're ovulating and even trickier knowing how to time intercourse. Your peak fertile time occurs during the two or three days immediately before ovulation, but fertilization can occur up to 12 to 24 hours afterwards... Read More: http://bit.ly/d672JS •Birth Control Pills Birth control pills (also called oral contraceptives or simply "the Pill") are one of the most popular methods of birth control. In 2001 Dutch researchers conducted a review of studies involving blood clots in women who took birth control pills... Read More: http://bit.ly/dnBlvQ Related Products: The following are products sold by CVS/pharmacy that may be of interest to you: CVS Digital Pregnancy Test 2-Test $13.79 http://bit.ly/crzZEP Transcript Hi, I'm Usheema Thomas and I'm a CVS pharmacist. There are many different contraception methods to choose from so it's good to know your options so you can make the right choice. Some of the most common over-the-counter options prevent against STDs and pregnancy. Male condoms are 86 to 97 percent effective at preventing pregnancy, easy to use, and inexpensive. Female condoms are 79 to 95 percent effective, typically harder to use, and more expensive than male condoms. Male and female condoms should not be used at the same time. Spermicides are another over-the-counter option, but they only protect against a limited number of STDs, and should be used with another barrier method to ensure safety. Prescription methods prevent pregnancy, but do not prevent STDs. Oral contraceptives (the "Pill") are 95 to 99.9 percent effective and need to be taken daily. Side effects may include nausea, headaches, breast tenderness, weight gain, mood swings, depression, and vision problems. The contraceptive patch is 99 percent effective and requires wearing a hormone patch on your skin for three weeks, with the fourth week "off." Side effects are similar to the Pill, but may also include itching and redness where the patch is applied. The cervical cap is 80 to 90 percent effective, fits over the cervix, and should stay there for at least six hours after intercourse. Some experience more vaginal or urinary tract infections when they use a cap. Avoid this method if you have chronic urinary tract infections, a history of toxic shock syndrome, a recent gynecological infection, or an abnormal Pap smear. The intrauterine device (IUD) is a small T-shaped device that is inserted into your uterus, is 99.4 percent effective, and can last up to 10 years. It's usually best for women who've already had children, and is not typically recommended for women not in long-term, single-partner relationships, or women who may want children in the future. If you have any questions, talk to your doctor or CVS pharmacist. We're always here to help. Source: CVS Caremark Health Resources
Views: 39566 CVS Health
Hormones Involved in Birth Control & Fertility Treatment | Biology for All | FuseSchool
 
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In this video we are going to look at how these hormones can be used in contraception and compare them to non-hormonal methods. We are also going to look at the use of hormones in treating infertility. Female fertility is controlled by hormones, this means that knowledge of these hormones can be used to increase (fertility treatment) or decrease (contraception) the chances of fertilisation and pregnancy. FSH causes the egg to mature in the ovary, so if we can stop the production of FSH happening then we can prevent pregnancy happening. And we already know that oestrogen prevents the production of FSH, so contraceptive pills just need to contain oestrogen. Progesterone also can act as a contraceptive; it makes the mucus in the uterus very thick and so sperm cannot get through to the egg to fertilise it. Pills are either oestrogen only, combined oestrogen and progesterone or nowadays there is a mini-pill which is progesterone only. Early contraceptive pills contained much higher amounts of oestrogen. This caused quite significant side effects, such as weight gain, mood and blood pressure. More modern pills contain much less oestrogen, and some are even just progesterone. Progesterone is a lot more gentle on the body; oestrogen pills make the body think it is in a permanent state of pregnancy. Oral contraceptives are great in many ways. They give people the freedom to choose when to have a child, and when to not have children. But as mentioned above, even the more modern versions can cause side effects in people. There is also an increased risk of developing blood clots. So they are not perfect, and so people do seek out other methods of contraception instead. Inter-uterine devices (IUDs) or coils are another contraceptive option. They must be fitted by a doctor, and have spermicidal properties and prevent implantation. Or there are also contraceptive implants which work by releasing progesterone into the body and last for 3 years. Whereas the contraceptive injections also make use of progesterone, but they only last for between 8 and 13 weeks. Non-hormonal methods of contraception include condoms and other barrier methods which stop the sperm from reaching the ovum. How effective these methods of contraception are depends on whether you use it correctly. The IUDs and implants are great because they do not have human error; you cannot forget to take it or put it on. If taken correctly, the contraceptive pill is over 99% effective. But you need to take it at a similar time each day, and remember to take it daily. Other than condoms and barrier methods, all forms of contraceptives come with differing side effects and girls should consider the different options when deciding which one suits them best. So that is how we use our knowledge of hormones to prevent pregnancy. But what about helping women conceive? Some women don’t produce enough FSH to allow their eggs to mature, and so have difficulty becoming pregnant. Fertility drugs contain FSH and also LH, which stimulate the eggs to mature in the ovary. Remember that LH causes the mature egg to be released from the ovary. Because fertility drugs contain FSH and LH, this can cause multiple eggs to be released and so increases the chances of multiple conceptions; twins or even triplets. Fertility treatments do increase a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant, but it is not 100% assured and there can be other factors to consider. SUBSCRIBE to the FuseSchool YouTube channel for many more educational videos. Our teachers and animators come together to make fun & easy-to-understand videos in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Maths & ICT. VISIT us at www.fuseschool.org, where all of our videos are carefully organised into topics and specific orders, and to see what else we have on offer. Comment, like and share with other learners. You can both ask and answer questions, and teachers will get back to you. These videos can be used in a flipped classroom model or as a revision aid. Find all of our Chemistry videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRnpKjHpFyg&list=PLW0gavSzhMlReKGMVfUt6YuNQsO0bqSMV Find all of our Biology videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjkHzEVcyrE&list=PLW0gavSzhMlQYSpKryVcEr3ERup5SxHl0 Find all of our Maths videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJq_cdz_L00&list=PLW0gavSzhMlTyWKCgW1616v3fIywogoZQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fuseSchool Access a deeper Learning Experience in the FuseSchool platform and app: www.fuseschool.org Follow us: http://www.youtube.com/fuseschool Friend us: http://www.facebook.com/fuseschool This Open Educational Resource is free of charge, under a Creative Commons License: Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC ( View License Deed: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ ). You are allowed to download the video for nonprofit, educational use. If you would like to modify the video, please contact us: info@fuseschool.org
SELF INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVES POWER TO WOMEN
 
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Access to Reproductive Health Rights is a challenge to women living in hard to reach areas. Although Malawi is one of the countries doing well on the consumption of contraceptives, a number of factors continue to fail women from enjoying family planning rights. MBC's Winnie Botha looks at a new Contraception that would help Malawi reach the unreached women regardless of where they are.
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Empowering women through reproductive health
 
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CEO of Vagisil, Keech Combe-Shetty, and sexual health expert, Dr. Logan Levkoff, talk about fact vs. fiction about emergency contraceptives
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Rachel - Sexual Health & Contraception | SUPERFOXX | FEMALE EMPOWERMENT
 
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Following the success of her series 'The Hospital' and 'The Joy of Teen Sex', Rachel Jones gives us the run down on contraception choices and safe sex. Let us know your thoughts by filling out the online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/T6VQTRY Superfoxx is a collective of the finest female talent from around the world. Our channel shares the skills of aspiring and successful women. Subscribe to our channel to be the first to meet the girls and hear their exclusive advice; http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=IAmSuperfoxx For upcoming events, classes, merchandise and more exclusive content follow us on our socials - @superfoxxlive Contact us here: VIP@SUPERFOXX.COM
Views: 287 SUPERFOXX
On Women’s Health, Post-Birth Control Syndrome, and Brain Injuries - Dr. Jolene Brighten
 
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Dr. Jolene Brighten - licensed Functional Medicine Naturopathic Doctor, best-selling author, and mother - joins Dave to discuss some trending women’s health topics. From Post-Birth Control Syndrome and hormones, to “mommy brain”, to traumatic brain injuries, she and Dave break it all down in this dynamic conversation. Dr. Brighten - who specializes in women’s health, from fertility to postpartum care, adrenal and thyroid support, autoimmune conditions, and digestive disorders - is the founder of Rubus Health, where she thrives on navigating the space between conventional and alternative medicine.
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Let's put birth control back on the agenda | Melinda Gates
 
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http://www.ted.com Contraception. The topic has become controversial in recent years. But should it be? Melinda Gates believes that many of the world's social change issues depend on ensuring that women are able to control their rate of having kids. In this significant talk, she makes the case for the world to re-examine an issue she intends to lend her voice to for the next decade. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate If you have questions or comments about this or other TED videos, please go to http://support.ted.com
Views: 129627 TED
Women’s reproductive rights fading under Trump
 
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Access to birth control and abortion may become much more limited under the new president. Read more at http://ow.ly/AqcG308ccBL
Views: 1661 New Scientist