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Episode 03: Contraceptive Breakdown with Dr.Julia Iiyambo, { Part 02 }

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Episode 03: Contraceptive Breakdown with Dr.Julia Iiyambo, { Part 02 }
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Join us for Episode 03 of our podcast as we delve into the intricacies of contraception with Dr. Julia Iyambo in the second part of this insightful discussion.

Our host, Selma Ndasilohenda Iyambo, continues her engaging conversation with Dr. Julia Iiyambo. Dr. Iiyambo is a distinguished graduate of the University of Kursk in the Russian Federation and holds a master’s degree in HIV/AIDS Management from the International University of Management.

In this installment of Episode 03, Dr. Iyambo delves into the risks associated with commonly used contraceptives within our communities, a topic she initially touched upon in the first part. Emphasizing that risks vary from person to person, she sheds light on the connection between blood clots and contraceptives, addressing whether one can detect blood clots in menstrual blood. Tune in to the full episode for a comprehensive understanding of these insights. Additionally, Dr. Iyambo discusses rare risks like high blood pressure, breast cancer, and cervical cancer.

The episode also explores the relationship between contraceptives and infertility. Key discussion points in this segment include determining the duration one should attempt conception before being diagnosed with infertility.

Wrapping up the conversation, Dr. Iyambo provides resources for contraceptive information and underscores the significance of ensuring young individuals have access to services and knowledge related to Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights. Don’t miss this episode filled with valuable insights and discussions.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Magano

    Good job
    I want to know about fertility

    1. Selma Iyambo

      Say no more! we got you covered, stay tuned to hear more about fertility as per your request. If you have questions that you would like us to address, feel free to drop them here and we will incorporate them in our conversation.

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