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What is Planned parenthood?

A: Planned parenthood is an organization which was founded in 1939 as the Birth Control Federation of America. In 1942, the name of the organization was officially changed to Planned parenthood, but the mission remained the same. The organization works to provide care for pregnant women, to prevent unwanted pregnancies, and to ensure that every child is a wanted child. Over 860 Planned parenthood health centers can be found around the United States.. Although many people associate Planned parenthood with abortions, the organization actually offers many more services. Abortions are certainly available at many Planned parenthood

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What is a Family Planning center?

A: A family planning center can mean different things depending upon what the center offers. Most often, these centers are like those run by the organization Planned parenthood®. Yet at other times, they may be centers designed for those people interested in practicing natural family planning, and they might be connected to religious organizations. In the Planned parenthood® model, many types of the family planning center offer women and men access to information about methods for avoiding pregnancy. Doctors and/or nurse practitioners work for the clinic, give exams, test for presence of sexually transmitted...
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What Is Planned parenthood?

A: Depending on which side of the abortion debate that you are on, you will either think that Planned parenthood is either an evil organization or one that provides needed services to their clients. However, this organization performs a lot of services for their clients. This organization performs in a wide variety of roles, including as a health care provider, educational services, advocate for the rights of women, and a global partner for similar types of organizations throughout the planet. They work with women, men, and young people throughout the world in providing reproductive health care, sex education, and other information to them. This organization has been in place for over ninety years. They have always sought to use a common sense approach when caring...


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Will you continue to support the Susan G. Komen Foundaton, knowing it is held hostage by Planned parenthood?

A: Way to misinterpret a story there with only parts of the information. My position is that the work of both those organizations is useful, and that the involvement of the Komen Foundation in Planned parenthood very much makes sense.. Here some information about the relationship between those organizations: ''The Susan G. Komen organization granted money to Planned parenthood Federation of America and affiliates. The money paid for 170,000 clinical breast exams and 6,400 mammogram referrals over the past five years at Planned parenthood. Komen had said its affiliates provide funds for screening, education and treatment programs in dozens of...


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Plan parenthoods in New Jersey?

A: You should be able to find answers to your questions on their website: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/ You can search for locations in New Jersey that would have more info on policies that might be specific to that state; and if you can't find what you're looking for, call the center nearest you. They should be able to answer any questions you have. As far as payment and insurance go, they are generally able to work out options for those who need help. Just call your local center and speak to someone there. They're there to help!...


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where can i get tested for aids and hiv what center is close to where i live?

A: There are free clinics all over the place, most colleges have clinics (but you usually have to be a student.) Planned parenthood is one of the most notable clinics and many of them are gov't subsidized. '' http://www.plannedparenthood.org/pp2/por... 1-800-230-PLAN...
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IUD form of birth control

A: depends heavily on the IUD and the person putting it there. The pain ranges from "minor discomfort" during the insertion and was fine by the next day to hurt less than a pap smear and had cramping for the next couple of days to hurt a lot; felt like I was having heavy cramps for the next two weeks. ...so...yeah, quite a range. After the initial soreness is over, the patient usually gets used to the IUD. The sex...some people complain about the sex being uncomfortable, others say that they don''t notice it. With the Mirena IUD, a lot of MALES complain about the tip of the IUD poking their tip... There is a risk of infection when inserting the IUD, and there is also a higher risk of bacterial infection with the IUD. Many suggest having a monogamous relationship to downplay...
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How to get birth control for my girlfriend?

A: Q If I''m under 18 and want to obtain contraception, do I need my parents'' permission and if not, will they find out that I''m using birth control? A Currently, there are no laws in any state, including New York State, that require parental consent or notification if someone under the age of 18 wants to get birth control. We would prefer, if possible, to avoid lengthy doctor''s appointments or clinic visits. Birth control is a serious medication, involving large doses of hormones to interfere with the body''s natural cycles. I think planned parenthood is a good idea, but they are going to want you to come in and talk to someone before they prescribe anything for you. Why don''t you take a loot at the Planned parenthood Website and give...
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Post-Abortion Pill - Did it Work?

A: Dear Ben, This is a very unusual story.  I have been offering the abortion pill for over a decade and have never had a patient who did not bleed at all - especially at 8 weeks.  The other odd result is a negative urine test.  Normally, the test typically does not turn negative until 2-4 weeks after a medical abortion at 8 weeks.  Even at 6 weeks, it usually takes at least 2 weeks to become negative.   There are a few possible scenarios. 1) the pill worked, but the pregnancy tissue is "stuck" in the cervix, which can cause bloating. 2) the pill hasn"t worked at all and the pregnancy test is a false negative 3) she was never pregnant originally or it was not in the uterus or she was much earlier than 8 weeks (did she get an initial ultrasound? Who told her she...
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Where can pregnant women get adoption information?

A: Dear Reader,As you''ve found through your research about adoption options, it''s often suggested to speak with a health care professional. Pregnant women can talk with an OB/GYN, nurse practitioner, or other health care provider. Other women — such as your friend who doesn''t have an established relationship with a health care provider — can contact the following resources, including Planned parenthood, which does have adoption-related information: Planned parenthood or other Family Planning Clinics Aside from offering birth control information and pregnancy testing, Planned parenthood and other clinics typically discuss pregnancy options and offer information concerning places that can work with a...


 
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