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Hello!

Can you help me to figure out the "Birth Control" rule point

Does the topic "Maternal and fetal medicine" fall within the prohibited subjects?

Particularly the following topics:

 

  • Prenatal care
  • Prenatal care programme
  • Ultrasound exam of pregnancy
  • Amniocentesis
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Question about Birth Control

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Birth control is restricted in certain countries.

The issue is not the topic but rather the product:

Please review the Policy;

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176031?hl=en

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The AdWords technical support service (judging by the copyright in the letter – it’s a Russian office) rejected our adverts referring to this item "Birth control".I re-read this paragraph of the rules and I did not find where exactly we violate it.We DO NOT DO/OFFER: abortion, artificial insemination, infertility treatment, etc. And we DO NOT SELL any drugs. In general, we do not sell drugs. So I do not understand how we can violate the item "Birth control"? In technical support it was recommended to delete the entire section of our site on "Maternal and fetal Medicine"! That according to them this section contravenes the rules of advertising within the issue "Birth control." But as I said earlier, there are only prenatal care services (ultrasound, consultation, etc.). I strongly disagree with the fact that our clinic is engaged in something that is forbidden for advertising. What should I do in this situation?

Question about Birth Control

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We volunteer here. We do not work at Google. Google is the sole arbitrator to make a decision whether a site violates the Policy or not.

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I have the same problem with a customer in italy that sell "sexy shop" products

 

Regards,

Luca