Contraceptive Devices Research Paper by hicaliber

Contraceptive Devices
This paper provides a review of contraceptive methods.
# 95928 | 1,571 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Jun 05, 2007 in Hot Topics (Birth Control) , Medical and Health (General) , Women Studies (General)

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This paper reviews alternatives to the various contraceptive methods available. The writer looks into the issue of possible side effects and also into each device's respective effectiveness in providing reliable protection from pregnancy. The writer notes that there are in fact several workable and reasonably dependable methods to prevent pregnancy, and those are reviewed. In the conclusion of the paper, the writer makes the recommendation for the contraceptive device that this writer believes is the best for the woman who fears she may forget to take her pill.

Review of Literature

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Brody, Jane. "Jane Brody: New Devices and Effective Options in Contraception." The New York Times (October 24, 2006). Retrieved 8 Nov. 2006 from
  • Doheny, Kathleen. "The Birth-Control Choice of Female Docs." Shape 25.7 (March 2006): p. 86. Retrieved 9 Nov. 2006 from Thompson Gale, Document #A143060257.
  • Fields, Helen. "Perhaps a 10-year Solution?" U.S. News & World Report. 141.5 (August 2006) p. 66. (Retrieved from the database Thompson Gale, Document #A148869827).
  • MacRae, Fiona. "One in five women using longer-lasting contraception." Daily Mail. (October 2006), Retrieved 9 Nov. 2006 from

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APA Format

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