Depending on the product, a Long Acting Contraception method can last for 3 - 10 years, but what happens after? This infographic got some answers. #INFOGRAPHIC #INFOGRAPHICS #LONGACTINGCONTRACEPTION #IUS #IUD #IMPLANT
Birth Control Birth control not only prevents pregnancy; certain kinds also prevent cramps. Hormonal birth control methods like the Mirena or Skyla IUD, implant, shot, pill, patch, or ring can help with painful cramping, and they may also regulate, lighten, or even eliminate your period. These birth control methods are so good at dealing with bummer periods that many people take them ...
Women have about 10 options for birth control, including longer-term solutions like the IUD and implant and short-term strategies like the diaphragm and the vaginal ring. Yet for more than 100 years, men have had only two: the condom (with a failure rate close to 20%) and the vasectomy. However, the results of a new animal study suggest that a new form of birth control for men may be on the horizon.