alt.contraceptives on the WWW - provides information partly drawn from the
usenet group of the same name, about the reliablity and side-effects of
various contraceptive methods, myths, international contact information, and
Birth Control Basics e-Guide - offers information about family planning,
birth control, safe sex, diseases, and modern contraceptive methods.
Birth Control Methods - general information, including a link to an easy
to read version, from the National Women's Health Information Center.
Contraception Online - educational resources for OB/GYN professionals on
reproductive health and family planning including emergency and oral
contraception, IUDs, depo provera, tubal ligation, perimenopause, and
Contraception.net - information on the birth control pill, IUDs, and other
forms of contraception.
Emergency Contraception - information about the 'morning after pill' and
methods of preventing pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse. From the
Office of Population Research at Princeton University.
Morning After Pill, The - offers information on the morning after pill,
including news and medical statements. From the American Bioethics Advisory
Commission a divison of the American Life League.
Appropriate Use of the Intrauterine Device - published December 1998 in
American Academy of Family Physicians. Discusses IUD costs, mechanisms of
action, patient selection, insertion/removal, contraindications, and more.
John Rock's Error - article by Malcom Gladwell discussing Rock's beliefs
and the 28-day cycle of the Pill, Beverly Strassmann's findings about
menstruation, and Pike's breast cancer research and GnRHA.
JohnLeeMD.com: John Rock's Error - critique of the New Yorker magazine
article espousing the idea that breast cancer and other women's health
problems are due to women having too many menstrual cycles.
Because the Moment Matters - provides information about the levonorgestrel-releasing
intrauterine system, Mirena, as well as tips for increasing intimacy provided
by relationship expert Dr. Judith Sherven.