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Is Hormonal Birth Control Actually The Worst?

I n the 1960s, hormonal birth control was introduced in the United States when Enovid landed on the scene. Women’s lives drastically changed, and a new industry was born. All of a sudden, women found themselves inundated with a variety of options—and those options have only increased throughout the years.… The post Is Hormonal Birth Control Actually The Worst? appeared first on A Practical Wedding: We're Your Wedding Planner.
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