The Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex - another fantastic infographic! Though I am surprised that the IUD is not listed as a birth control option... It is the MOST effective form of birth control besides abstinence. I highly recommend it. Regardless, still great info in this infographic!
Hormone-based contraceptives are available in many forms, including pill form (oral contraceptives), as a patch that is placed on the skin, implantable preparations, and others. - See more at: http://www.healthline.com/health/birth-control-effects-on-body#sthash.Biw3cLeJ.dpuf
Confused by all the conflicting information and rumors out there about birth control? You’re not alone. We asked top gynecologists to help you sort fact from fiction about oral contraceptives, patches, IUDs and more...
There are several known triggers for melasma. Sun exposure – this is the most important avoidable risk factor. Pregnancy may provoke melasma – in affected women, the pigment often fades a few months after delivery. Hormone treatments seem to be a factor in about a quarter of affected women, including oral contraceptive pills containing oestrogen and/or progesterone, hormone replacement, intrauterine devices and implants. But in other women, hormonal factors do not appear importa