Report on various types of contreception.
A Vaginal Ring is a form of contraception that is transparent, flexible, thin ring that is inserted into the vagina by the user. It is about 5.08 cm in diameter and 4 mm thick. The ring is left in for 3 weeks or 4 weeks at a time. If worn for three weeks, the vaginal ring is taken out, and another one is not inserted for a week. The vaginal ring can also be worn for 4 weeks before inserting a new one, when this is done the monthly period will not occur. During the time that the ring is in it slowly releases estrogen and progestin hormones into the body. These hormones stop th…
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