Dr. Shayne Poulin | Family Planning | Feb 21st 2018 | MD for Moms Radio

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Kitty Marion with copies of the Birth Control Review in 1915Photo attribution: Kitty Marion with copies of the Birth Control Review in 1915

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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing Dr. Shayne Poulin¬†about family planning and contraception options. Shayne Poulin, MD is a family medicine physician with a special interest in women’s health.¬† There is a saying that there is never the right time to have a baby – and this may be true. However, there are some times when it is really not the right time, and in these times it is good that we have contraception choices. Do you know all the options that exist, between oral pills, IUDs, and implants? What emergency contraception options exist and are they risky? When can a new mom start birth control after having a baby and can she still breastfeed while taking a oral contraceptive pill? Answers to these questions and many more on this week’s MD for Moms.

Learn more about my guest, Dr. Shayne Poulin:
Family Medicine Physician, Dr Shayne Poulin

Dr. Poulin attended University of Arizona Medical School and went to Boston University Family Medicine Residency. She has a passion of under served communities and began her career working in the South Boston Community Health Center and Boston Medical Center providing both in and outpatient care. In 2016 she followed her interested in women’s health and reproductive medicine taking position with Melody Women’s Health, part of Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, providing primary care to reproductive age women. She is committed to increasing training for primary care providers in reproductive health. She is currently working the Reproductive Health Access Project to create a Southern California network of primary care providers interested integrating family planning services into primary care.

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