contraceptive device


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con·tra·cep·tive de·vice

a device used to prevent pregnancy, for example, occlusive diaphragm, condom, intrauterine device.

con·tra·cep·tive de·vice

(kon'tră-sep'tiv dĕ-vīs')
A device used to prevent pregnancy (e.g., occlusive diaphragm, condom, intrauterine device).
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