September 2014: 3 Components to Fertility, Birth Control Use & more

Colorado Women's Health
What Causes Infertility? | With three main components needed to get pregnant, a problem with one or more can often make it difficult for a couple to get pregnant

Using other medications with hormone-based birth control

Using Medications & Birth Control 

Although not always presenting side effects when combined with hormone-based birth control, some medications may reduce a contraception method's effectiveness and increase your chances of unintended pregnancy. 

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Teen birth rates in Colorado decline

Teen Pregnancies & Birth Rates Decline

For many teens, a choice between long-acting reversible contraception and short-term methods helped dramatically reduce teen birth rates in Colorado. Ob/Gyn Drs. Stephanie Teal and Stephen Scott discuss what others can lean from this effective approach.

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New CU Urogynecology Appointment Hours  

New Appointment Hours

On the first Monday of every month, Dr. Muffly will offer extended office hours for patients at Urogynecology's Anschutz Female Pelvic Health clinic. Appointments run from 9am – 7pm, so you can get in when it works for you and back to doing what you love faster.

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Find Out Which MDs Made the List

Four CU Doctors received 5280 magazine's "Top Docs 2014" in Denver. Read about Drs. Alvero, Arruda, Davis and Thompson.

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