Womens Health Health Center
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Women's health generally covers the topics of reproductive health, sexual health, and the changes of menopause. A woman's body is unique as it goes through many changes throughout her life in order to prepare her for having a baby and the end of her childbearing years.
Sexual Health: Contraception, or birth control, is used to avoid pregnancy while still being sexually active. Some forms of birth control include barrier methods to block fertilization and hormonal birth control such as pills, patches and vaginal rings....