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Controversies in Contraception

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    Did you know that women weighing greater than 198 pounds (90 kilos) have a high risk of pregnancy on all forms of hormonal contraceptives? Can you imagine telling a patient that she is too overweight to go on the pill? Fortunately, we have an expert on the show that can help us with this delicate problem. Our guest is Doctor Robert Hatcher, a professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Emory University School of Medicine. He iss the lead author of Contraceptive Technology, perhaps the most comprehensive book on contraception available. First written by Dr. Hatcher in 1967, the book’s 19th edition will be available shortly.

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    Did you know that women weighing greater than 198 pounds (90 kilos) have a high risk of pregnancy on all forms of hormonal contraceptives? Can you imagine telling a patient that she is too overweight to go on the pill? Fortunately, we have an expert on the show that can help us with this delicate problem. Our guest is Doctor Robert Hatcher, a professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Emory University School of Medicine. He iss the lead author of Contraceptive Technology, perhaps the most comprehensive book on contraception available. First written by Dr. Hatcher in 1967, the book’s 19th edition will be available shortly.

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