Conflicting messages on IUDs abound. How do you know who’s right, and why are so many people telling you different things? Providers at Planned Parenthood of New York City, who regularly do IUD insertions, weigh in.
I’ve been looking for a new form of birth control for a while. The pill
never really interested me—I was on it for nearly a year in high
school, but the side effects, along with actually remembering to take
it—made it more difficult than helpful.
Doctors and nurses are confused about IUDs, and they send confusing messages to us.
A roundup of the most sustainable methods of birth control.
Until preventative health care is a reality for everyone in this country, clinic doctors and nurses should view an EC visit as an opportunity for sensitive outreach.
In the November 2008 election, voters reaffirmed their support for reproductive rights and overwhelmingly chose Barack Obama for president who supports reproductive health access.
Answering the question: Who decides? Nurse Olona says: Me!