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A study's findings may indicate better solutions for people who have had unprotected sex.
A new study suggests the minipill could be 98 percent effective with typical use.
The Supreme Court expected to weigh in on the medication's legality.
Student health plans offer a range of contraceptive methods; off-campus options exist.
The Warner Bros. movie highlights a rite of passage unattainable for millions of American women.
A new study suggests hormone timing might be an undervalued factor in blocking ovulation.
Opill (norgestrel) tablets will be available at retailers in early 2024.
Is depression a side effect of using birth control? Here's what the science has to say.
When a birth control method fails, using emergency contraception can help prevent pregnancy.
While it may seem like a simple process, reproduction can be rather complicated.