Using contraception counseling to further improve adherence
Fatema Zehra Juma, Tamkin Abas
Manchester Medical School, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
As medical students recently having done our Obstetrics and Gynecology placements, we feel the paper written by Rodriguez et al1 addresses a major issue within Gynecology. As mentioned by the authors, approximately half of the pregnancies are unintentional, either due to no contraception being used, poor compliance, or method failure.2,3
View the original article by Rodriguez and colleagues.
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