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Patient case study: The forgetful pill taker

Patient discussion to find a contraceptive method that will suit her busy student lifestyle

     

    19 year old university student attends a clinic to seek alternative contraception, as she is struggling to remember to take her pill every day and she has concerns about having an unplanned pregnancy. She wants to find a contraceptive method that will suit her busy student lifestyle. These patient case studies are all fictitious.

     
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    Learning objectives:

    • Learn more about counselling women with the contraceptive method that will best suit their needs
    • Explore whether Kyleena® (19.5mg levonorgestrel) would be suitable for Sonila?

     

    Duration | 7 minutes 30 seconds

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