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Archive: Volume 5, 2014

The anchor of the frameless intrauterine device does not migrate over time: an analysis in over 300 women

Wildemeersch D, Pett A, Jandi S, Nolte K, Albrecht W

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:91-96

Published Date: 12 December 2014

Contraceptive implants: current perspectives

Rowlands S, Searle S

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:73-84

Published Date: 23 September 2014

Study on the patterns and trend in contraceptive use in South-South and North-Western zones of Nigeria: 2003–2011

Ezire O, Idogho O, Theophilus A, Ikani S, Oluigbo O

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:65-72

Published Date: 26 August 2014

Use of IUDs for emergency contraception: current perspectives

McKay R, Gilbert L

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:53-63

Published Date: 25 August 2014

Axillary migration of an Implanon® contraceptive rod: case report

Berhe Y, Hagos G, Wall LL

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:49-51

Published Date: 11 August 2014

Efficacy, safety, and patient acceptability of the etonogestrel and ethinyl estradiol vaginal ring

Lete I, Arrilucea MP, Rodríguez M, Bello E

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:39-48

Published Date: 10 July 2014

Communicating sexual health messages: young adults and the female condom

Markham Shaw C, Chatterjee K

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:29-37

Published Date: 30 June 2014

Management of primary dysmenorrhea in young women with frameless LNG-IUS

Wildemeersch D, Jandi S, Pett A, Hasskamp T

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:23-28

Published Date: 17 June 2014

Use of contraceptives among adolescents in Kintampo, Ghana: a cross-sectional study

Boamah EA, Asante KP, Mahama E, Manu G, Ayipah EK, Adeniji E, Owusu-Agyei S

Open Access Journal of Contraception 2014, 5:7-15

Published Date: 2 May 2014