Misconceptions about LARC

LARC methods are safe, reliable, and prevent pregnancy for years. For many people they are a great choice, but they aren’t the best choice for everyone, of course, as people have personal preferences for what fits in to their lifestyle and health profile.

Birth control options

FDA Approves New Hormone-Free Contraceptive Option

Nearly all women use birth control at some point in their lives, and soon they’ll have one more option available. On May 22, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Phexxi, a non-hormonal contraceptive gel that works by keeping the pH levels in the vagina acidic, and thus inhospitable to sperm.

National Condom Month

ASHA recognizes each February as National Condom Month. Follow us all month long at #CondomMonth and take advantage of everything we offer:  Everything you need to know about using condoms for safer sex and enhanced pleasure!  ASHA’s All-in-One Guide to Using Lube Safely (and for fun)  Find the condom with the right fit and feel  …

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Understanding LARC

Understanding LARC The name says it all. Long-acting reversible contraception, or LARC, is reversible birth control that provides long-lasting (think years) pregnancy prevention. . While not currently the leading choice among women, LARC use has been on the rise in recent years. In women aged 15-44, The rising popularity of LARC can likely be attributed …

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