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Quinacrine is Non-Surgical Sterilization
Family Planning Center offers a new sterilization technique called Quinacrine (QS). QS is a safe, nonsurgical, and permanent birth control method that has been used by over 175,000 women in 45 countries!
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What is Quinacrine Sterilization
QS is a permanent, nonsurgical sterilization procedure for women
A woman can be sterilized by using Quinacrine antibiotic without the need for surgery. More...
How Quinacrine Antibiotic Works as a Contraceptive
When placed in the fallopian tubes, the quiancrine antibiotic causes the fallopian tubes to close off. This makes it impossible for an egg to pass through.
The QS procedure is non-surgical. To insert the pellets of quinacrine antibiotic into the patient's uterus, a doctor, nurse, or midwife uses a modified IUD inserter. The result permanently diables a woman's ability to become pregnant. More...
Quinacrine Advantages Over Surgery - Quinacrine Compared to Surgical Methods of Sterilization
There are several advantages to choosing Quinacrine Sterilization over surgical sterilization.
QS is safer, more accessible, and less taxing on the patient. More...
Disadvantages of Quinacrine Compared to Surgical Methods of Sterilization
Most of the QS disadvantages that are known are fairly mild and can be avoided.
Quinacrine Sterilization is still considered to be a new procedure for female sterilization and birth control. As with any new procedure, there may be potential consequences that have yet to be discovered. More...
Quinacrine Sterilization Success Rate
Does QS ever fail?
Presently, other than a hysterectomy, no birth female control method is 100% effective. Early reports on women who had Quinacrine Sterilization show that a very small number of women became pregnant. More...
Quinacrine Starilization Safety and Risks
As with most contraceptives, there are some risks in using Quinacrine Sterilization. However, researchers from around the world have studied the human safety of Quinacrine over the past 65 years. This research has concluded that QS is highly safe.
The Quinacrine Sterilization Procedure
The Quinacrine sterilization procedure requires two insertions of Quinacrine pellets into the uterus. The insertions are performed four weeks apart to ensure the best results from the procedure.
About Dr. Whitney
Randall B. Whitney, M.D. is a formerly board-certified family practitioner who has practiced medicine in Florida since 1965. Dr. Whitney specializes in female sterilizations and outpatient surgeries. Additionally, he is a member of the following medical organizations:
- Florida Medical Association
- Southern Medical Association
- Physicians for Reproductive Choice & Health
- Association of Reproductive Health Professionals More...
About Dr. Whitney
About Managed Care
Family Planning Center does not hold contracts with any managed care organization but it does accept patient referrals for outpatient services that are not offered by managed care physicians (for example, we provide infant circumcisions).
Links to the 'Center for Research on Population & Security' Web Site
You can follow these links to the official web site for Quinacine Sterilization: www.quinacrine.com
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Testimonial on QS
"My comments on Quinacrine:
Quinacrine changed my life!
The procedure was essentially painless, affordable, and freeing!
I love my new lifestyle.
Thank you, Dr. Whitney!"
-B.H.
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The drwhitney.com web site is maintained by Randall B. Whitney, M.D. to provide information about QS.
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