Watch our educators, Hillary and Karen, bust a few common condom myths. Enjoy safer sex during National Condom Week and all year around by using condoms.
Emergency contraception is a safe way to prevent pregnancy and can be used up to five days after unprotected sex. Learn more about how emergency contraception works and which type is best for you.
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The birth control implant is a tiny rod that is inserted in your upper arm by a medical professional. It prevents pregnancy for up to three years, eases period cramps, and can be removed at any time.
Birth control questions…we all have them. Confusion is the last thing we want you to experience when it comes to birth control so we’re answering our patients’ most frequently asked questions.
Birth control methods vary far and wide. There’s a method for nearly every body and lifestyle. In fact, there are about 12 methods in total and counting.
Bill Nye, the quirky comedian and educator we know as the Science Guy, is back. In the last year, he’s spoken out (and even caused a stir) about big issues like climate change, fracking, and — most recently — abortion.
One woman shares her experience with finding the right form of birth control.
Often the first independent health care decision that a young person makes is to come to Planned Parenthood for reproductive health care. And for many women, we may be their only health care provider.
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