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The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign would like to share some exciting news!! As of January 2014, we have formally launched Choose Well, a five-year, outcomes-based initiative to expand contraceptive education and services for young women across the state of South Carolina. The initiative aims to increase young people’s awareness of the full range of contraceptive methods and improve access to youth-friendly family planning services, with a special emphasis on education about and access to long-acting reversible contraceptive methods (LARCs)—intrauterine contraception and the contraceptive implant. Our …

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There are so many birth control options out there nowadays, its no wonder it can be confusing on what may be best for you. From ones to worry about day to day, monthly or even yearly, there is a contraceptive method that can and will be a perfect fit for everyone. There are methods you can take by mouth such as the pills. There are methods such as patches which deliver hormones through the skin or ones inserted into the body such as Nuvaring, Implanon or IUDs.


 

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So quite often being a lesbian I hear, “so are you the boy or girl in the relationship?” I have a rather great sense of humor so I laugh and explain that I chose to not live with stereotypical gender roles. My girlfriend and I are the same. We dress the same, talk the same, we just have very similar characteristics. Being characterized by our community of friends as “tomboys” neither of us play a role. I grew up with mainly guys so you could imagine that most of …

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A sixteen year old girl got pregnant few weeks before i had completed my exams, and the reeking saint of unwanted pregnancy loomed in my street for weeks ; bearing from the first. Most girls I have talked to in my neighbourhood, often say ; ”their family are poor and they lack the essential resources that will trigger a change — socially, physically, emotionally and economically.

”Today, eight out of ten girls (with ages between 12-17) in my community, gets pregnant every two Months”

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Greetings Everyone,

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign would like to share some exciting news!! As of January 2014, we have formally launched Choose Well, a five-year, outcomes-based initiative to expand contraceptive education and services for young women across the state of South Carolina. The initiative aims to increase young people’s awareness of the full range of contraceptive methods and improve access to youth-friendly family planning services, with a special emphasis on education about and access to long-acting reversible contraceptive methods (LARCs)—intrauterine contraception and the contraceptive implant. Our …

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As we are rounding out the last few days of National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, we just wanted to remind everyone that there is a birth control method out there that is a “best fit” for your lifestyle! The methods range from condoms, pills, patch, and the ring, just to name a few! And while you’re considering what works best for you, also research the Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) options which are the IUDs and the Arm Implant! Not sure about whether the IUD is right for you,