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Contraception - CRASH! Medical Review Series
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Birth Control and Breastfeeding
Can I get pregnant if I am breastfeeding? Which methods of birth control will affect my milk supply? Learn more about your birth control options and which methods are safe for breastfeeding mothers.
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Oral Birth Control Pills ACHES Nursing Mnemonics, Nursing School Study Tips
Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/labspodcast/ View this post on our blog: Oral Birth Control Pills- Serious Complications Monitor for the following serious complications in patients taking oral contraceptives: abdominal pain, chest pain, headache, eye problems, swelling or aching in the legs or thighs. ACHES Abdominal Pain Chest Pain Headache Eye Problems Severe Leg Pain
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How does breastfeeding effect your fertility? Can you use nursing as birth control? And can bfing cause problems or infertility if you are trying to conceive(ttc)? Separating fact from fiction as we look at the myths surrounding lactation and family planning so that you can figure out the best contraception plan for your family while you are nursing and determine if you need to wean to get pregnant again. All about lactational amenorrhea method or LAM. SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL: https://www.patreon.com/heidikimTV READ MORE: http://kellymom.com/ages/older-infant/fertility/ BREASTFEEDING PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofbBY5tJs2U&index=23&list=PLeyaqGhGJlQeNu4JKKRIVW_Hb9Vt5B0qM TRACKING OVULATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_d_K5bbYX8&list=PLeyaqGhGJlQcA2zBu7vPZi_G3HEqlcDut Check out my Fish Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuBUqAUBH7TTOdDfS1g3GYQ Check out my vlogging Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SuddenKimpact Check out my Makeup Channel HeidiKMakeup: https://www.youtube.com/user/HeidiKMakeup POPULAR VIDEOS Husband & Wife Find Out She’s Pregnant Together: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BRn_e5rXXI&list=PLeyaqGhGJlQfAAHn8ijNqC3zqiHSCsPni&index=1 Birth story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgRlYxPMv8w&list=TLqZtf5PxAxlm_6Y7zyV-zHMBJFOZV1oNP The Story of My Stillbirth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-JVRVeGsTk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heidikimtv Heidi's Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuddenKimpact Heidi's Instagram: http://instagram.com/heidickim Ken's Instagram:http://instagram.com/thekenandlittlecub Twitter:https://twitter.com/SuddenKimpact Email:heidikimTV@gmail.com
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Female Birth Control Options | Family Planning
Dr. Jenny Robinson discusses the various types of contraceptives available to women who may not be able to use traditional birth control methods. Learn more at: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/johns_hopkins_bayview/medical_services/primary_care/gynecology_obstetrics/clinical_services/gynecology/family_planning.html
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The contraception nurse-led clinic - three challenging case studies
Senior Nurse Practitioner and Independent Prescriber Su Everett discusses two patient case studies from her (female) contraception nurse-led clinic for www.NurseLedClinics.com
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What birth control method are we using while breastfeeding? How is family planning different for nursing mothers? And what about the pill and my period? BREASTFEEDING PLAYLIST:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyaqGhGJlQeNu4JKKRIVW_Hb9Vt5B0qM DIVA CUP REVIEW:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK4MjgxTNCE SUNFLOWER BABY DIAPER REVIEW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkrymLqzj84 TODDLER SPEECH PROBLEMS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJvjZO6vAuE Check out our new Daily Vlogging channel Sudden Kimpact:https://www.youtube.com/user/SuddenKimpact POPULAR VIDEOS Nursery Tour:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNkkHb4llrw Birth story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgRlYxPMv8w&list=TLqZtf5PxAxlm_6Y7zyV-zHMBJFOZV1oNP The Story of My Stillbirth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-JVRVeGsTk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heidikimtv Heidi's Instagram: http://instagram.com/heidickim Ken's Instagram:http://instagram.com/thekenandlittlecub Twitter:https://twitter.com/SuddenKimpact Email:heidikimTV@gmail.com
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Hi ladies, It is important to understand that you CAN get pregnant while breastfeeding. There are only a few safe options for birth control while nursing. This video discusses these safe options as well as other interesting facts about ovulating after nursing and during nursing! --FOLLOW ME-- Twitter: https://twitter.com/PoppinsMommy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michelle.poppins.79 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsmommypoppins/
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What is the best birth control after having a baby?
After having a baby there are lots of different options for contraception. Just remember that don't depend on breastfeeding alone as a form of contraception because you may be coming to the hospital nine months later if you think that's the case. Your period can return 7-14 weeks after having a baby so it's always a good idea to have some form of contraception on board the first time you have intercourse after having a baby. As far as what options are available, there are lots and the best thing to do would be to talk to your doctor who can discuss your health history, your pregnancy history, and all the different options that are available because some are appropriate -- there are some forms of birth control that aren't appropriate for certain people based on their health history and other things that may have happened to them in the past. I'll go through a couple of options with you and you can bring them up with your doctor based on what I've discussed and what sounds like it would be good for you. There is the mini-pill. It is just oral contraception that you take every day and it's 95%-99% reliable if taken correctly. However if you miss a pill you can get pregnant and it can increase your chances of blood clots, heart attack, and stroke especially for smokers and people who are over the age of 35. Again, this would be appropriate for some people and not for others. There is the diaphragm. It's a small rubber cup that is actually inserted up inside the vagina with spermicide on it. It's only about 80%-94% effective if it's used correctly. It can be inserted six hours before intercourse and stay in for 24 hours. Some women love it but others hate it because it can be a little bit uncomfortable and difficult to place. There is also an IUD which stands for intrauterine device and this has to be placed by the doctor, it can be done at your six week check-up if you'd like. It goes up inside the uterus and helps prevent you from getting pregnant. It's actually 97%-99% effective. A lot of women like it because you just get it placed and you don't ever have to think about it again until it expires. The copper kinds are good for up to 10 years and there are plastic kinds that release hormones that are good for up to five years. There are some cons. Your uterus can be perforated when the doctor places it. It can increase the risk for pelvatory inflammatory disease for some women. It can cause irregular cramping, bleeding, and spotting. Again it would be the best thing for you to talk to your doctor and they can discuss different options with you and decide what would be best for you. If you have any other questions for me feel free to ask them on our Facebook page and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Best Birth Control After Having a Baby
What birth control options are available for new moms? #birthcontrol #childbirth #pregnancy
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HERE'S THE TEA: Hey Y'all! Here's my 2 month postpartum update! In this video I cover everything from my emotions, hormones, complications, why i hate birth control and everything else. Enjoy! THE REAL TEA: 23. August 22 | LeoGang. Nursing Major Port Arthur, Texas Insta: CharmingChelle_ Twitter: CharmingChelle Snapchat: CharmingChelle lalahadley@gmail.com
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Is it safe to take birth control pills while breastfeeding? Child And You | Dr.Parekh with Dr.Gangan
The choice and the timing of contraception may affect the process of breast milk production. So can a lactating mother consume birth control pills? Can you be on birth control while breastfeeding? Is it safe to be on oral contraceptive while lactating? And which birth control measure is safe to use while breastfeeding? All these questions have been answered by Dr. Nihar Parekh and Dr. Preeti Gangan in this episode. For more such informative videos follow the Child And You channel powered by Sushruta. Subscribe Us: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2V7cqr36CdsTeWQKNDZ5ng?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us on Facebook: https://business.facebook.com/Sushruta-1763475657278553/?business_id=117522335626093 Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sushrutahealth Follow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sushrutahealth/ Follow Us on Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/healthsushruta/
I'm nursing a baby, and I'm on the pill. So how did I still get pregnant?
You mentioned that you have a baby that is 6 months old, and you also have diabetes, but it sounds like it's well-managed because you have an A1C that is 5.6. And you've been breastfeeding, you've been taking oral contraceptives, and in spite of all of this, you are pregnant. And you said that you're a little bit scared to tell your doctor because they told you to wait longer, and you're wondering what implications this might have, and "What should you do? How did this happen?" So I always say that all babies are miracles, but some are extra miracles. Really, sometimes there is no other explanation other than "this baby was meant to be". I've literally had patients that the woman had a tubal and the dad had a vasectomy and still had a baby somehow. There is no contraception out there that's 100%. When it comes to oral contraceptives, the failure rate is 0.1% when taken properly. But because most women miss pills here and there, or don't take them at the exact same time everyday, the failure rate can be as high as 8%. And breastfeeding is not a sure form of contraception. Technically speaking, it does affect your hormones to the point where it suppresses ovulation, but if you've had a period since you've had your baby, your baby is older than 6 months, you've been supplementing with formula, or introduced solids, then the chances of you ovulating in spite of breastfeeding are great, and pregnancy is a possibility. The combination of these 2 failure rates might be why you're pregnant, but I do recommend that you call your doctor as soon as possible, and make your first prenatal appointment. And know that there's no reason to be ashamed. Your doctor can talk to you about what the risks are (because it's only been 6 months since your last C-section), establish a sure due date (because if you weren't having regular cycles, you may not know how far along you are), and also discuss your diabetes, and it's very important that you continue to manage that. And because of your history, you are high-risk, and that makes it even more important that you seek prompt prenatal care. As you found out with your last pregnancy, you'll be watched closely by a specialist to make sure that your blood sugars are well-managed. They'll watch you and your baby, and hopefully that will help to prevent complications from happening. When it comes time for delivery, your doctor will talk to you about what the most appropriate delivery option will be - a vaginal birth or a C-section - depending on your history. They'll also talk to you about the risk of uterine rupture, because after you've had a C-section in the past, you're chances are slightly higher if not much time has passed since you had your last C-section. Your body does of course need time to heal. If you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Birth control pill options if you're nursing
What is the "Mini-Pill" and why is it safe to take whilst breast-feeding.
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Contraceptive Methods
Discussion on the different forms of contraceptive methods available
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What should I know about the Depo Shot?
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10 Types Of Birth Control
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Today I get a little personal and talk with you about my experience with and approach to birth control using some natural family planning techniques. I don't know exactly what specific method ours falls under but it has worked for us for all but the first 9 months of our marriage (we've been married for 5 years.) Getting rid of the synthetic hormones that were in my body while using the birth control pill has made me healthier and happier! Things mentioned: Basal Thermometer: http://amzn.to/2tX8uLI Ovulation Tests: http://amzn.to/2t3J3eH Spermicide: http://amzn.to/2rZJXZO ******* BIG 'OL OBLIGATORY DISCLAIMER: I am not a medical professional nor am I qualified in any way to give you medical advice. This video only serves to share my individual experience; it isn't here to diagnose, treat or administer medical treatment. If you have questions about birth control, natural family planning or your health in general, please speak with your trusted health care provider. ******* ❀ WANT TO GET CAUGHT UP ON MY PREGNANCY? Here’s the playlist! http://bit.ly/NBpregnancyupdates ❀ SUBSCRIBE SO YOU DON’T MISS AN UPDATE: http://bit.ly/NatsChannel ❀ DAILY LIFE VLOGGING CHANNEL: http://bit.ly/SUBTONATANDWES ❀ EMOTIONAL LIVE PREGNANCY TEST: http://bit.ly/NBlivepregnancytest ❀ FINDING OUT AS A FAMILY THAT WE’RE PREGNANT: http://bit.ly/NWlivepregnancytest ❀TELLING FAMILY WE'RE PREGNANT! http://bit.ly/NWreveal ❀ EXCITING ULTRASOUND! http://bit.ly/NWultrasound I’m Natalie Bennett, a 25 year old video maker who loves vlogging my life with my sweet hubby and our TWIN boys and new baby girl! I make lifestyle and mommy videos every week here on this channel and I’d love it if you’d subscribe! SOCIAL MEDIA! ❀FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nataliebennettvlogs/ ❀TWITTER: https://twitter.com/nataliebennett_ ❀INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nataliebennettvlogs Email for collaborations and business inquiries: nataliebennettvlogs(at)gmail(dot)com Mercari App (not sponsored, however if you sign up, I get $2 and YOU get $2!) https://www.mercari.com/dl/ enter code: ZRDUWQ GET $15 off your first ZULILY PURCHASE! http://www.zulily.com/invite/natandwes JOIN FEATURE POINTS AND GET 50 points: http://featu.re/53E8CB Disclaimer: I purchase most of the products in my videos myself, but sometimes I'm lucky enough to have the opportunity to try and review products sent by brands for consideration. Sponsorships and affiliate links will always be clearly denoted in my description boxes. I will always give my honest opinion of any product I am asked to review. Sponsorships help me continue to create fresh content for my viewers and positively impact the future of my YouTube channels. Thank you for your support! I own all the footage and content of my videos. Please do not reproduce without my permission.
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Breastfeeding And Birth Control - What Works Best?
We find out the different methods of birth control after giving birth
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Birth control is such an important part of marriage and our family planning right now so I wanted to definitely share this with you. In this video I share our plans for a third child, what birth control experiences I have had with Mirena and Depo Provera and what my plans are for the future. I hope you enjoy! THANKS FOR WATCHING! HELP US GET TO 1400: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoUs 📽Check out our last vlog: 👪https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LYvqot9p4U Music: It's That Time Again AND Happy Chances- Nicolai Heidlas Her Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-B3... && Thanks for watching!.. ________________________________________­­­_______ 💁🏼SnapChat QuitaTheMommy DevTheDad 🍦Check out my social media links Snapchat: http://bit.ly/SnapQuita Snapchat: http://bit.ly/SnapDevin Instagram: http://bit.ly/InstaMTL Twitter: http://bit.ly/TweetMTL http://bit.ly/FacebookQuita Blog: http://www.mommyandthelittles.com ________________________________________­­­_______ Our Tech List Camera - Nikon D5100 and Nikon J1 Computer - iMac and Macbook Pro Editing Software - Final Cut Pro _______________________________________ MY FAVORITE VIDEOS First Young, Married, & Motivated Monday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J6fV... Check out my 2016 Goals Video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfpcp... Baby Taylor's Birth Vlog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzHMc... Baby Taylor's two month update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLngi... Thank you so much for watching! :) ______________________________________________ A little about us My name is Quita and I'm 23 years old, I'm married to my awesome husband Devin who is 26 years old! We have been married for about 4 years and love each other, the word of God, life, and our children! We have two daughters Tionna age 3 and Taylor who is a baby! Together we passionate about helping other live intentional purposeful lives whether that at work or in marriage! Our channel revolves around family, motherhood, marriage, and our children! Hope you enjoy!
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How do contraceptives work? - NWHunter
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-contraceptives-work-nwhunter Contraceptives are designed to prevent pregnancy in three basic ways: they either block sperm, disable sperm before they reach the uterus, or suppress ovulation. But is one strategy better than the other? And how does each one work? NWHunter describes the mechanics behind different kinds of contraceptives. Lesson by NWHunter, animation by Draško Ivezić.
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Stages of Labor Nursing OB for Nursing Students | Stages of Labour NCLEX Explained Video Lecture
Stages of labor nursing OB review for nursing students who are studying for the NCLEX exam and maternity nursing lecture exams. This lecture explains the various stages of labour. There are four stages of labor and they include Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, and Stage 4. In nursing school, you must know that the Stage 1 of Labor has three phases. These phases are the Latent (early labor), Active, and Transition phases. Stage 1 of labor will be where the cervix will dilate (open) from 0 to 10 cm and will have hundred percent effacement (thinning). During the Latent phase of Stage 1, the cervix will dilate 1-4 cm, contractions will occur every 5 to 30 minutes and be 30-45 seconds in length. During the active phase of stage 1, the cervix will dilate to 4 to 7 cm and thin (dilation will be 1 cm per hour), and contractions will be noticeably stronger and longer (45 to 60 seconds) every 3 to 5 minutes. The next phase, which is the transition phase, will be the shortest but most intense in regards to the strength and duration of contractions. During the transition phase, the cervix dilates from 8 to 10 cm and thins completely. This phase will lead to Stage 2 of Labor. Stage 2 of labor begins when the cervix has fully dilated and ends when the baby is fully delivered. Stage 3 of labor begins when the baby is fully delivered and ends when the placenta is delivered. Stage 4 of Labor is the first 1-4 hours after the delivery of the placenta and is the time when the mother is at most risk for hemorrhage, infection, and other problems. Stages of Labor Quiz: http://www.registerednursern.com/stages-of-labor-nursing-nclex-quiz/ Lecture Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/stages-of-labor-nursing-nclex-review/ More Maternity NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXiZ3a-IbRaUJXMa8mXyuOL Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-ultimate-list-of-nursing-medical-supplies-and-items-a-new-nurse-student-nurse-needs-to-buy/ Nursing Job Search: http://www.registerednursern.com/nursing-career-help/ Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/RegisteredNurseRN/videos All of our videos in a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHxt663pU&list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXMveRcN4df0bad3ugEaQnk Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWtwCDmLHyX2UeHofCIcgo0 Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWJSZ9pL8L3Q1dzdlxUzeKv Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWBO40qeDmmaMwMHJEWc9Ms Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVQok-t1X5ZMGgQr3IMBY9M Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUkW_DpJekN_Y0lFkVNFyVF Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfW8dRD72gUFa5W7XdfoxArp Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVN0vmEP59Tx2bIaB_3Qhdh New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVTqH6LIoAD2zROuzX9GXZy Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVXjptWyvj2sx1k1587B_pj EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU-A9UTclI0tOYrNJ1N5SNt Personality Types: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU0qHnOjj2jf4Hw8aJaxbtm Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUYdl0TZQ0Tc2-hLlXlHNXq Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXtEx17D7zC1efmWIX-iIs9
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Birth Control Advice : How to Start the Birth Control Pill
Birth control can be started at the beginning of the menstrual cycle or any time when a woman is not pregnant. Learn how to safely start birth control with the help of a certified nurse midwife in this free video. Expert: Christina Cameli, CNM Bio: Christina Cameli is a nurse midwife who has worked in family planning for the past five years. Filmmaker: John Baldino Series Description: Birth control is prescribed for many reasons, including contraception and regulating the body's menstrual cycle. Learn more about birth control in this free video series presented by a certified nurse midwife.
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Is it safe for breastfeeding mothers to take emergency contraceptives? - Dr. Shailaja N
Oestrogen has been linked with reduced milk supply in nursing moms. Whereas these morning after pills contain either progesterone alone or ulipristal acetate. The progesterone only pill has been shown to reduce the milk supply to some extent. But the levels will rebound thereafter. Coming to ulipristal acetate. Here the European recommendation says the mother has to pump the milk and throw it for a week. It should not be given to the baby. What about adverse effect in the baby? The progesterone passes to the baby through the milk and not having any adverse effect on the baby. Whenever it is less than 6 weeks there is some concern about the immature liver metabolising these hormones. However one should remember these morning after pills are compatible with breast feeding so nursing mother may not get scared about these things.
Birth Control Advice : How to Switch to a Different Kind of Birth Control Pill
Switching to a different kind of birth control can decrease the effectiveness of the contraception if it is not done carefully. Learn how to safely change your contraception method with the help of a certified nurse midwife in this free video. Expert: Christina Cameli, CNM Bio: Christina Cameli is a nurse midwife who has worked in family planning for the past five years. Filmmaker: John Baldino Series Description: Birth control is prescribed for many reasons, including contraception and regulating the body's menstrual cycle. Learn more about birth control in this free video series presented by a certified nurse midwife.
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Birth Control Pills and Nursing.flv
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Contraception and Birth Control for USMLE Step 2
Simple handwritten Contraceptive (Birth Control) lecture for medical students taking the USMLE. Will be looking at how contraceptives work and the pharmacology. Also the different contraception methods, such as Oral contraceptive, Intrauterine Devices, Implants. Contraception is a method of females to prevent pregnancies. There are several contraceptive methods, however, there is no 100% full proof method. Tier 1 failure rate is less than 1%, Tier 2 have a contraceptive failure rate 2-3% and finally tier 3 is the barrier method and they are about 80% effective. Tier 1 is made up of Intrauterine devices (mirena, Copper), DMPA, Implanon (subcutaenous) and sterilization (tubal ligation or vesectomy). Tier 2 are the Oral Contraceptive Pills, Patches and Rings, and they are made up of comboniation or just progesterone. Tier 3 is the barrier methods include condoms, diaphragm and the spermicidies which prevents implantation. Can also prevent STDs and HPV. Intrauterine devices are implantedin the uterus. They are made up of mirena and copper. Mirena secretes levonogestrel which is a type of progesterone that has three effects. Thickens the cervical mucosa which prevents sperm form ascending into the uterus. The endometrial wall is also thickened that decreases the chance of implantation. Increase tubal motility so it is not in blastocyst and it can't implant into endometrium. Copper Intrauterine device leads to inflammation response which causes the same effects. Mirena can work up to five years, whereas copper can work for 10 years. In Mirena there will be decrease bleeding and cramping. However, Copper can increase bleeding and cramping. Contra-indications to Intrauterine Devices is pregnancy, history of breast cancer, leiomyomas, any uterine infection such as PID and endometritis, especially chlamydia. Any bleeding where the cause is unknown. Relative complications are anatomical uterine anomalies (size and shape), Heart Disease because sometimes perforates and then bleeding can affect the heart. Any history of ectopic pregnancy. Finally there may be complications such as expulsion of the device within 1 month. Perforation, ectopic pregnancy, infection (PID) which usually happens within first 2 months. Sterilization and generally irreversible. Tubal ligation and vesectomy are the two methods. Vesectomies are more effective. TIER 2 are the hormonal methods there are two types which are known as combined and progesterone only. In combined there is pill patch and ring. In Progesterone only there is pill injection and implant. No LH surge means there is no ovulation and there is atrophy of the endometrium and therefore there is no implantation possible. Cervix becomes thick and edematous and prevents sperm from coming in. Combined method is when there is estrogen and progesterone. The pill can begin any day however effects won't begin for 7 days. 21 days and 7 days off. Off days are for the withdrawal bleed. Also helps regulate and normalize the menstrual cycle. The nuvaring enters the vagina and slowly releases estrogen and progesterone. Every three weeks it needs to be removed for 1 week. Patch also slowly release estrogen and progesterone under the skin which gives 60% greater than pills. Progestin only method in pill form is a daily pill that is continuous which causes irregular breakthrough bleeding. Injection form Depo-Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) is injected into the skin and slowly released and it lasts for three months. Implanon is implanted subcutaneously and slowly releases etanogestrol and lasts for 3 years.
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3 month update |  birth control, nursing woes, tongue tie release
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Paraguard Birth Control Information with Kern County Public Health Nurse
BenEece Davis, Kern County public health nurse practitioner describes Paraguard birth control.
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Vitamins ADEK Nursing Mnemonics, Nursing School Study Tips
Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/labspodcast/ View this post on our blog: https://www.nrsng.com/ep26-vitamins-adek/ Vitamins - water vs. fat soluble Take your Birth Control with water. Vitamins B and C are water soluble. The rest of the vitamins are fat soluble. Vitamins - Fat soluble All dogs eat kibbles Vitamins A, D, E, K
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Is using birth control a sin?
"Is using birth control a sin (specifically: condoms, diaphragms, family planning, hormonal implants, IUDs, RU-486, birth control pills, vasectomy, tubal ligation)?" Dr. Kenneth Magnuson answers in Honest Answers | Episode 56 Watch more episodes of Honest Answers here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz91Im9ekrc&list=PLBA1qC8OOEJBdivoQvS7wtiUgvF5jpkBe To find out the answer to next week's question, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/SouthernSeminary?sub_confirmation=1 Ask any questions about theology, ministry, or life; and have them answered honestly by Southern Seminary professors. Submit your questions by: Email: honestanswers@sbts.edu Twitter: @askHonestAns or post them in the comments below To learn more about studying with a Southern Seminary Professor, go to http://www.sbts.edu
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Birth control, school nursing rant
Just a rant about how I had my appointment for more birth control over two weeks ago and I still don't have it. Schooling/classes (Microbiology, lab, and intro to pharmacology for nursing care) rant.
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Birth Control Shot Side Effects | Birth Control
Watch more How to Pick a Birth Control Method videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510814-Birth-Control-Shot-Side-Effects-Birth-Control The birth control shot is a highly effective form of birth control. It is progesterone only and is usually administered by a doctor or a nurse practitioner. The injection is usually given into your arm or in your buttock once every 12 weeks. While this is an excellent and highly effective form of birth control, it does have some side effects. Some of the most common side effects include breakthrough bleeding, headaches, and over a relatively short period of time, you may stop getting your periods altogether. These side effects are completely normal. Now, the headaches and the breakthrough bleeding will usually get better with time. However, if you stop getting your periods with this birth control option, it's possible that your periods may not return until after you stop using this form of contraception. Please don't be worried. While patients are concerned when they don't see their periods, so long as they're using the birth control option correctly, this is perfectly safe. One of the concerns about using the birth control injection, or the birth control shot, is the return to fertility. In other words, if you use this birth control option and you decide that you want to get pregnant, it can take up to a year for your periods to return and for you to start ovulating in order for you to get pregnant. So if you're thinking in the next year or two that you would like to consider pregnancy, you probably should consider a different, more easily reversible form of birth control. Another concern about this form of birth control is the risk associated with bone loss. Now, the risk of bone loss is relatively low over the first year. But if you continue this form of birth control for two or more years, you may want to consider changing your options in order to reduce this risk from occurring. Again, I highly recommend that you talk to your nurse practitioner or your physician about whether this is a good birth control option for you. Despite the side effects, this may be the birth control option for you. And while you're concerned about the side effect profile, it's probably better to use this than to use nothing at all.
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Chapter 5  Infertility, Contraception, & Abortion
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What are the pros and cons of the Depo shot? Can I get it while nursing?
The Depo shot fits into a family of contraceptives called progestin only contraceptives. It can be used while you're nursing, so ask your doctor if you're wondering about getting it. They can tell you based on your circumstances if it's right for you. The Depo shot is actually used for women who have complications. Like those who can't get estrogen because they're over the age of 35 or they smoke or are at increased risk of blood clots. It's also used for women with a history of migraines or who have heavy periods. It's also very effective, as far as the number of women who get pregnant while on it. Meaning, that only three out of every 1000 get pregnant each year after getting a Depo shot. Now, one of the cons is that it can take a while to return to fertility. It can take a woman 10 to 18 months to return to normal periods after getting the Depo shot. So if you want something that's a little more short lasting than that then there are other options for you while you are nursing. But, if you're looking for a more long term contraception then this could be a good option for you. One of the other pros is that it's good for couples who want a little more spontaneity and don't have to think much about contraception. So, again, talk with your doctor if your thinking about getting it and they can talk the specifics with you and decide if it's a good choice for you. Good luck with everything and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our facebook page at facebook.com/intermountainmoms. And recommend us to your friends and family to.
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Hey guys! We're having a real girl talk today about birth control, taking care of your vagina, body hair, etc! All the things we should talk about with no problem :) Hope you enjoy!! #GirlTalk The Pill Club: http://bit.ly/2wShiFE Follow: @thepillclub #jointheclub — FOLLOW ME -- INSTAGRAM: @LyssRyann TWITTER: @LyssRyann SNAPCHAT: @LyssRyann _____ xo, Lyss FTC: This is a sponsored video. ALL thoughts and opinions are my own! xo
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Nuvaring Review | Pregnancy on Birth Control | Breastfeeding
My review on using the Nuvaring for a little over 7 years. In this video I discuss how I felt on the nuvaring, why I stopped using the nuvaring, my fertility after the nuvaring, if you can breastfeed while on the nuvaring, if I had any unplanned pregnancies while using the nuvaring and more. Please note that this video is completely based on my experience and that I am not a doctor. Nuvaring: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwi3yp_Xh53UAhUl94MKHUOwC7cQFggwMAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nuvaring.com%2F&usg=AFQjCNFiWnrKYtIgNAJ2EomgRQL-lQU4IQ&sig2=88W_ai7C6Jon1bYqYk49sA What is a Fibroadenoma? https://www.cancer.org/cancer/breast-cancer/non-cancerous-breast-conditions/fibroadenomas-of-the-breast.html ******************************************************************** Business Inquiries and Collabs: therealvalerieallison@gmail.com ******************************************************************** A little about me: I am currently a 29 (almost 30...shhh) stay at home mama with a 2 year old son. My husband and I have been married 10 whole years. I accepted Jesus as my Savior almost 13 years ago. We currently live in New Jersey and are loving it. What you will see on my channel: Here you will find anything Mom Lifestyle, DIY, Faith, Recipes and so much more. My goal is to bring motivation, a smile to your face and a place where you can feel your not alone. I try to post one to two videos a week. Thank you for taking the time to read this and please SUBSCRIBE if you like what you see and would like to see more. Have a Blessed Day!
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Estrogen vs Progesterone Hormonal Dominance: Control Low Hormones Symptoms
http://getleantoday.com - Dr. Raj Banerjee shares the key differences between estrogen and progesterone. Steroids are a group of hormones that regulate body functions – and they are all derived from cholesterol. Or fat. That’s right, fat. Estrogen, which is usually the focus of HRT, is actually a generic term for three different forms of hormone called Estriol, Estrodiol and Estrone - Estrodiol being the most potent. Estrogen is called the female sex hormone because it regulates the menstrual cycle and causes thing to grow during puberty – Dr Raj likes estrogen because it creates curves and it also stimulates cell growth in preparation for pregnancy. Estrogen is a growth hormone. It has received a lot of bad press because people have been taking too much estrogen in the form of synthetic hormone for a long period of time. And any hormone you take in excess is going to cause problems. And a growth hormone like estrogen if you take too much of it. You are going to get excessive cell growth which is another term for what we call cancer. So its understandable, estrogen is not good or bad, but if you take too much estrogen its going to cause problems. Progesterone is the pro gestational hormone. It’s the hormone that keeps the uterine lining intact if you get pregnant. And its depleted when you are under stress. So the typical reaction is high stress, high cortisol levels when you are under stress and the depletion of the progesterone. Its pretty amazing what progestronine helps with. It helps protect from many of the negative effects of extra estrogen. It helps women sleep. It gives them better sex drive, better energy levels, makes your skin look better. It’s a wonderful hormone. If we compare them side-by-side, you’ll see that they counterbalance each other in many ways. There’s an ideal ratio between these two hormones. Estrogen given in too large of a dose can cause depression, headaches, it increases the risk of blood clotting and stroke. It causes the loss of many nutrients such as zink and copper. It interferes with oxygen levels. Again that in a person that is getting excessive estrogen which has basically been the history of menopausal treatment. Dr Raj wants to leave you with an important point to free yourself from chronic fatigue and pain and depression and overweight. Ovarian hormones do not spontaneously malfunction by themselves. The female hormones do not all of a sudden malfunction by themselves. They are responding to stress as a stress hormone called cortisol. Every molecule of cortisol that you produce comes from progesterone. When you are under stress guess what happens? Your cortisol goes up and your progesterone drops. Dr Raj wants to test your cortisol and fix it. And he wants to test your female hormone and fix your whole hormonal system at the same time and make all your symptoms go away. That will help eliminate depression and fatigue. Night sweats, hot flashes, mood swings etc. and it will improve your metabolism so you will able to start losing weight. Like this video and subscribe to this channel so he can continue to produce more videos to help you. He appreciates your support. Visit his site at http://getleantoday.com. View other educational videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWG9qe_cQyYPG3phmYLMHCQ View other Female Hormone Imbalance videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeYxl92LAUH_G2hZxEqn4aYTdRIw_W3c7
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I stopped birth control and haven't had a period yet. Could I get pregnant before having a period?
You mentioned that you recently stopped taking oral contraceptives, your son is a year old, you haven't had a period, and you're wondering if pregnancy is possible before having a period. And once you stop taking oral contraceptives, your body should start ovulating again, and that makes pregnancy possible. To directly answer your question, it is possible before you see a first period. So if you haven't started a period in another month or 2, take another pregnancy test to either rule out or confirm that as the cause. If you go a total of 3 months without a period and you're not breastfeeding, then call your doctor and talk to them about it, and they'll decide if further investigation or treatment is necessary. Now another piece of the puzzle is breastfeeding. If you're still nursing your 1 year old, then there's a very good chance that you might not have regular periods until you stop nursing. That, in combination with oral contraceptives, is what usually governs a woman's cycles after she's had a baby. So the hormones of breastfeeding suppress ovulation, and that may make it so you either don't get pregnant or you don't have regular periods and know when you ovulate. So if you're having unprotected intercourse, pregnancy will be possible if your body does ovulate. If you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Can I Get Pregnant While Nursing?
What are my chances of conceiving and getting pregnant while breastfeeding? When do I become fertile? Is nursing or breastfeeding full time act as a form of birth control? I'm breastfeeding my baby now. But can I get pregnant while nursing? Your body shuts down ovulation when you are feeding one baby, so that the pregnancy doesn't take nutrients from the child you're currently nursing. So I can't get pregnant. Actually, that depends on how heavily you are nursing. If you nurse exclusively, you probably can't get pregnant. The baby isn't drinking any formula, though he occasionally tries to drink from a sippy cup. Because the baby is eating solid food, milk becomes a supplement. Then your body starts gearing up to make the next baby. My period hasn't started back up. You can get pregnant with that first ovulation, before your period arrives. Could I already be pregnant? Some women who get pregnant while nursing part time realize something is wrong because the pregnancy makes the milk stop. What happens then? A lot of women send urine samples for a pregnancy test in stage one baby food jars. Oh, gross! Why would anyone do that? It's just a matter of using what is at hand. You could just get an over the counter pregnancy test, too. There are cultures that use nursing as contraception for up to two years. And most of those cultures have a taboo of having sex with a nursing mother. Could I get pregnant now? It depends on how heavily you are nursing. If you are supplementing with bottles of juice and formula now, even before she starts solids, you could get pregnant. I don't want two babies in diapers at the same time. The greater risk is two pregnancies too close together, because this increases the risk of the second baby being premature. What if I'm pregnant now? Stock up on diapers? Or plan on an IUD instead of nursing for contraception so you don't get surprised by a third baby.
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Birth Control
This is a video that I made with my brother Jordan, a registered nurse at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN (USA), and a volunteer for Planned Parenthood. This is the first in a series of videos we made in hopes of educating viewers about basic principles of birth control. This particular video focuses on birth control for women, including the morning after pill and the pill taken daily to prevent pregnancy.
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What's a Nurse Practitioner Do? Healthcare Triage Podcast
This time on the Healthcare Triage Podcast, we're talking about what exactly a nurse practitioner does. And what better way to learn about the gig than to talk to a nurse practitioner? Aimee Carroll joins us this week to tell us about what nurse practitioners do, and the liminal space they occupy between the roles of nurses and doctors. We'll also answer your questions, and talk about the latest on taxes and healthcare, and the big news this week about the so-called forbidden words in government health bureaucracy. Ask us your questions for the next podcast at http://www.healthcaretirage.info
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I am 6 weeks postpartum. What kind of birth control should I use?
You mentioned that you're six week postpartum checkup is coming up and you're thinking about contraception and that's good. It's really good that you're thinking about it now and this is a great conversation to have with your doctor at that point in time. There are lots of different forms of contraception and you asked a good question, does it matter if I delivered vaginally or by C-section? That really doesn't affect the types of birth control you can use but whether or not you're breastfeeding can affect it. Many mothers take a mini pill, that's an oral contraceptive that can be taken in conjunction with breastfeeding. It supplements the hormones of breastfeeding and it prevents you from ovulating and it still allows for you to breastfeed. There are other things as well. There is a diaphragm. It's a small round dome that's inserted inside the vagina and it sits against the cervix. It has spermicide on it. It acts as a barrier so the sperm and egg can't meet up. It needs to be inserted before intercourse and this can be done up to six hours before. This is about 80%-94% effective if used properly. Oral contraceptives are about 90%-95% effective if used properly. There is an intrauterine device and this is a plastic T piece that is inserted inside the uterus and it is probably the most effective form of birth control, it's about 99% effective. Lots of women like it because it's inserted, you can use it while you're breastfeeding and you don't ever have to think about it again. They last for anywhere from five to ten years depending on the type you get. As soon as it's removed you can also become pregnant right away as soon as you ovulate the next time. There is also the good old condom. As you can see there are many different options. Talk with your doctor and they can decide which one is right for you. Certain medical conditions require that women not take certain types of birth control. Your doctor, with the knowledge of your circumstances, can give you the best advice. Good luck with everything. I hope all is going well with you and your baby. If you have any other questions in the future for me feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/IntermountainMoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Everything you want to know, is all down below so open  Thank YOU for watching my video's! hope you all enjoy and please subscribe. FAQs' are down below! keep reading :) I got the acceptance email on Thursday. Questions I get and some people will/may ask me is Q: You have two degrees, how come you just don't get right in to nursing? A: Because I need a few more pre reqs. you cannot just get right in even though I have a medical field already degree. Q: how old are you? A: 27 Q: Where do you live? A: Upstate NY Q: Why nursing? Why now? A: well, to be completely honest with you it took me a long time to get over what happened in the ER that one crazy day, I've had people die and such but never someone fallen (even though it wasn't my patient) as I was helping them. I couldn't handle it so I left. now, I think its time. Nursing why? because I love making a difference to people, I have an amazing exterior and interior that people always comment on and again... I just love interacting and helping people. Q: how did you find out nursing is ACTUALLY what you want? A: when I worked in the ER and saw everything nurses do to try and help the patient. as techs/cna's you can only do so much, as nurses you have more of a wide variety of things you can do under the supervision of the DR. I vowed to myself that I love what they do and one day, besides youtube, I will get there. plus usually by the first semester of school is when you know...and well, I knew from the jump of my college career in '11 this is what I wanted.. HERE I AM! :D Anymore questions, ill do a Q&A video :) leave em below!
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Information from a Nurse Practitioner on Long-Term Reversible Contraception
Description: Includes information on the implant and IUD such as placement, removal, side effects, effectiveness, and fertility
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Oral Contraceptive Commercial - School Project
Group Project for Nursing School
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Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM)
What is breastfeeding as birth control? Breastfeeding can be used as a highly effective form of temporary birth control. You can use this method for the first 6 months after giving birth by only nursing your baby from the breast (no pumping!). This is called continuous breastfeeding. How effective is breastfeeding as birth control? Breastfeeding is very effective birth control. If continuous breastfeeding is always used, less than 1 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year. If continuous breastfeeding is not always used, 2 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year. If you use this method, you should: Breastfeed your baby at least every 4 hours during the day. Breastfeed your baby every 6 hours at night. Breastfeeding is only a temporary method of birth control. Once you get your period again, breastfeeding is no longer a reliable form of preventing pregnancy. How does it work? While you are breastfeeding continuously, your body doesn't make a hormone needed to release an egg. Pregnancy cannot happen if an egg is not released. What are the benefits of using breastfeeding as birth control? Breastfeeding is free, simple, and convenient. Breast milk is the best nutrition for your baby. What are the downsides of using breastfeeding as birth control? Breastfeeding does not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Some women find it difficult to only feed their baby breast milk. This birth control method only works for about 6 months. After 6 months, you will need to find another method of birth control.
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