Can't remember to take your birth control each day? Here's a strong contender for a new option.
Keep an eye on the device on a monthly basis. If you experience new symptoms, seek medical help.
An intrauterine device is a safe form of birth control, but if expelled, it can be dangerous.
The contraceptive is effective, but does it pose risks? Experts say study results are mixed.
Just like over-the-counter meds, contraceptives come with expiration dates.
Birth control pills can work as emergency contraception, but they're not the best option.
Your body is most likely shedding uterine lining or adjusting to hormones, but be aware.
A lesser-known risk can turn a contraceptive miracle into a nightmare.
LARC methods provide reliable, convenient birth control with few side effects.
What's the deal with this small but mighty birth control device?
Some physicians' refusal to remove the device can lead to complications.
The physical, the emotional, the hormonal. Recovery involves many facets of the body and mind.
Choosing the birth control that's right for you doesn't have to feel like an impossible task.
This TikTok trend has many users collecting keepsakes from their uterus.
Do myths about the cervix contribute to the absence of sedatives?
Though it's important to know about any dangerous side effects, this one is rare.
Conflicting evidence shows Plan B may not work as well for some people—but you have options.
Educate yourself about what happens when your birth control causes vaginal health issues.
This condition can lead to PID and infertility, so early intervention is crucial.
Over 3,200 patients reported similar experiences with Paragard, resulting in 500 lawsuits.
Sudden change in your period? Your doctor may recommend this low-risk procedure.
The pervasive history of 'fatphobia' in studies has negatively impacted contraceptive care.
Don't worry—you're not the first person to ask this question.
Deciding when to stop hormonal contraceptives can be tricky if you don't know what to look for.
It's been more than 60 years since women got The Pill. What's the holdup for guys?
OB-GYNs warn about the dangers and recommend clinics if you can't access your main provider.
Most intrauterine devices will work past their expiration dates, but don’t wait too long.
This form of abuse involves control, and it's happening all around us.
Find the contraceptive method that meets your unique needs and lifestyle.
Don't let this easily treatable condition create more issues in bed.
Women are reporting irregular periods and fertility concerns after getting their COVID-19 shots.
Some women find their IUD has benefits beyond pregnancy prevention.
If your birth control lowers your sex drive, take these measures to counteract.
Hormonal contraceptives are linked to candidiasis, but other factors can cause them, too.
Knowing actions to take when you forget to take your daily pill can help you avoid pregnancy.
If pharmaceutical or barrier contraception methods aren't for you, you may want to try FAM.
Here’s what happens when it’s time to remove or replace your IUD.
Before making that dreaded trip to the drugstore, look online instead.
A brand-new, easy form of contraception has hit the market, but be sure to read the fine print.
Higher estrogen levels pose risks, but if the pill is not for you, alternatives are available.
Long-term use of certain oral contraception may help prevent some reproductive cancers.
The pill may be a miraculous drug, but it's not perfect. Here's what you need to know.
Here's what you need to know before you get this highly effective contraceptive.
If you've thought about getting an IUD but feel a little unsure, here are some considerations.
Options can be good but overwhelming. Here's what I found during my birth control search.
Copper IUDs are more popular than ever, but they may come with a price.