A new contraceptive intrauterine system (IUS), Skyla, will be added to the array of options a woman can choose from to prevent pregnancy.
Doctors cannot restrict the treatments they mention to only those that they themselves offer. And yet this is what often happens with emergency contraception. Women are not told about the most effective option.
Did you know that for emergency contraception (EC), the copper IUD is more than 99 percent effective?
After a hospital merger, women in northern Kentucky no longer had access to birth control counseling and services, IUD insertion, infertility procedures, and tubal ligations.
There’s been a bit of online chatter recently about ditching hormonal birth control in favor of a return to natural methods of birth control. The problem is, 100% perfect use of these methods can be pretty tough…
The Mirror tackles the top ten contraceptive myths — some obvious, others less so.
I respectfully ask Secretary Leavitt, given the new information that more American women than ever before are accessing contraception and family planning services, which women should be denied these services under the HHS draft regulations?
From Plan B to proposed regulations redefining contraception as abortion, the Bush War on Contraception and Science is being waged until the bitter end.