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The Seven Day Break
31st January 2019

The Seven Day Break

Taking the pill is currently the most popular method of birth control in the UK, with 41% of women taking it according to healthcare and...

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6th December 2018

What happens to your period as you get older?

Our periods change over time. They are affected by many factors, from age and body mass index to contraception, pregnancies, breastfeeding and menopause. Below, Consultant...

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How Effective is the Coil?
16th July 2018

How Effective is the Coil?

Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Meg Wilson speaks to Bustle magazine about the different types of conceptive coil, their effectiveness and their other benefits. Read the full...

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Understanding Apps for Contraception
11th July 2018

Understanding Apps for Contraception

Consultant Gynaecologist, Miss Meg Wilson, speaks to Fabulous Magazine about contraception and using apps such as ‘Natural Cycles.’ Read the full article here.

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20th April 2018

Considering a Coil for Contraception?

The contraceptive coil is a small device which sits inside the womb to prevent pregnancy. Coils have been used by women for many decades and...

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The Contraceptive Pills vs. Natural Methods
23rd February 2018

The Contraceptive Pills vs. Natural Methods

Consultant Gynaecologists, Mr Pisal and Miss Wilson, spoke to Health & Wellbeing Magazine about the contraceptive pill and other alternative methods such as the rhythm...

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22nd February 2018

Medication That May Affect Your Menstrual Cycle

Many different medications can affect the menstrual cycle. In this article Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal explains how medications can effect cycle regularity, period pain and...

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18th October 2017

Is “Natural” Contraception Right for You?

Consultant gynaecologist Miss Meg Wilson looks at how technology is helping women have a more natural approach to managing their contraception. The idea of a ‘natural’...

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