Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love says that though she's opposed to abortion, she's running a proposal to make it easier to get birth control pills over-the-counter. Love told lawmakers on … Click to Continue »
Natural Cycles is receiving lots of attention, but it's focus on birth control is not in line with Catholic teaching.
A new study suggests hormones can make women more susceptible to addiction, so could the birth control pill help with recovery? Hormonal fluctuations can wreak havoc on a woman’s body. From PMS to menopause, the ups and downs can trigger weight gain, depression, and exhaustion, […]
Elina Berglund's app will be the first in the world to be government approved as a contraceptive, putting it alongside the pill, IUDs, and condoms — in Europe, at least. "It feels incredibly exciting that there is now an approved alternative...Show More Summary
Birth control pill packs typically include a week of placebo pills, without any hormones. If you skip those pills and start the next pack immediately, you can skip your period. Whether you want to do this is up to you—it may seem weird, but there’s no reason to believe it’s harmful. Read more...
It sounds like a dream: opening an app instead of taking a birth control pill. Swiping and clicking instead of fumbling with a condom. But before you get too, uh, excited, it's not as miraculous as it sounds. This birth control app is called Natural Cycles. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Anti-choice activist says birth control—including the pill and IUDs—should be illegal. An interview on the Women’s March in Washington last week took a bizarre turn when an anti-choice advocate told MSNBC host Joy Reid that birth control — including the pill and IUD’s — should be made illegal because they kill babies. Show More Summary
Anti-abortion leader Kristan Hawkins doesn't just want to save the babies who haven't been born yet. She wants to save ones who haven't even been conceived.
Raw Story reports: An interview on the women’s march in Washington took a bizarre turn when an anti-choice advocate told MSNBC host Joy Reid that birth control — including the pill and IUD’s — should be made illegal because they kill babies. Show More Summary
An interview on the women’s march in Washington last week took a bizarre turn when an anti-choice advocate told MSNBC host Joy Reid that birth control — including the pill and IUD’s — should be made illegal because they kill babies. Following a considerable amount of...
It doesn’t work to stop pregnancy like the birth control pill or an intrauterine device. But for teenage girls flipping burgers, sorting widgets or working retail, a bit more bling in the paycheck appears to reduce the likelihood of becoming a mother before her time. In an analysis that looked...
You may need to start paying for the pill again.
A careful medical look at Katy Talento’s statements regarding birth control, miscarriage, and infertility.
It's 2017, and by now, numerous studies have revealed the safety of the birth control pill. As Gerald Joseph, a vice president at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, noted three years ago, "although no drug is perfectly safe...
Coming soon to a drugstore shelf near you.
If you take birth control pills and are sick of visiting your doctor just to get prescription refills approved, or you’d like to start but can’t find a doctor you trust, there is a better way. These apps and websites have your back. Read more...
Nicknamed "Uber for birth control," Nurx wants to make PrEP and the Pill more widely available.
If you or someone you know have recently been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Doctors may prescribe birth control pills... The post What You Can Do If You Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Apart From Medication) appeared first on Lifehack. How to treat Polycystic Ovary Syndrome by making a few lifestyle changes.
This article was originally published by AskMen UK. One of the major shifts in social and political behaviour in the last century came in 1960 with the approval of the pill for contraceptive use. Immediately, uptake was huge – 1.2 million American women were using the tablet within two years, with the number rising to 2.3 million just a year later. Show More Summary
The likely new Secretary for Health and Human Services thinks that insurance companies shouldnt pay for birth control and that the morning-after pill is tantamount to murder.