Birth Control

Birth Control
Panel: Drop Co-Pay for Women's Birth Control
Panel: Drop Co-Pay for Women's Birth Control Institute of Medicine Calls for Less Expensive Contraceptives for Insured Women WebMD Health News By Matt McMillen Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
FDA OKs FC2 Female Condom
FDA OKs FC2 Female Condom FC2 Female Condom Similar to First Female Condom, but Will Cut Cost Up to 30% Less WebMD Health News By Miranda Hitti Reviewed by Louise...
Which Birth Control Methods Are Best for Teens?
Which Birth Control Methods Are Best for Teens? WebMD Health News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Prescribe Morning-After Pill to Teens in Advance?...
2 in 5 Women Don't Use Birth Control
2 in 5 Women Don't Use Birth Control Many Women Mistakenly Believe They Can’t Get Pregnant WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD...
IUD Beats Pill at Preventing Pregnancy
IUD Beats Pill at Preventing Pregnancy Birth Control Pill's Risk of Failure Is 20 Times More Than That of IUDs, Implants WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Louise...
New Warning for Some Birth Control Pills
New Warning for Some Birth Control Pills Pills Containing Drospirenone Will Warn of Blood Clot Risk on Labels WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
Condom Knowledge Not Common Knowledge
Condom Knowledge Not Common Knowledge Condom Misuse Is Common, Leading to Condoms Breaking, Slipping WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More from WebMD New Birth...
FDA: Stronger Labeling Needed for Newer Contraceptives
FDA: Stronger Labeling Needed for Newer Contraceptives Dangerous Blood-Clot Risks Need to Be More Prominent on Future Labels WebMD Health News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
Plan B: Sebelius Overrules FDA, Nixes Sale Without ID
Plan B: Sebelius Overrules FDA, Nixes Sale Without ID Emergency Contraceptive Pill Stays Prescription Only for Under-17 Teens WebMD Health News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Laura J. Martin,...
New Version of Contraceptive Implant Is Easier to Insert
New Version of Contraceptive Implant Is Easier to Insert Nexplanon Is Designed to Be Put Easily Under Skin by a Health Care Professional WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed...
Study: Newer Birth Control Pills May Double Blood Clot Risk
Study: Newer Birth Control Pills May Double Blood Clot Risk Overall Risk Is Still Low, but May Be Highest During the First Few Months of Use WebMD Health News By...
Recall of Birth Control Pills
Birth Control Pills Recalled Packaging Error on Pills Made by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals May Put Users at Risk of Pregnancy WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Laura J. Martin,...
IUD for Birth Control May Cut Cervical Cancer Risk
IUDs for Birth Control May Cut Cervical Cancer Risk Study Shows Intrauterine Devices May Lower Risk for Developing Cervical Cancer WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Laura J....
IUDs May Be Underused Form of Birth Control
IUDs May Be Underused Form of Birth Control Report Suggests Intrauterine Devices and Implantable Contraceptives Should Be Used by More Women WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura...
New Morning-After Pill Ella Wins FDA Approval
New Morning-After Pill Ella Wins FDA Approval Pill Effective Up to 5 Days After Sex WebMD Health News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD...
5-Days-After-Sex Pill Gets FDA Panel Nod
5-Days-After-Sex Pill Gets FDA Panel Nod Experts Advise FDA to Approve a New Emergency Contraceptive Called Ella WebMD Health News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
More Than a Third of Babies Unintended
More Than a Third of Babies Unintended Number of Babies Born as a Result of Unplanned Pregnancy Steady Since 1982 WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Louise Chang,...
Birth Control Pills Put Brakes on Women's Sex Drive
Birth Control Pills Put Brakes on Women's Sex Drive Hormonal Contraception Puts Women at Higher Risk of Sexual Dysfunction, Study Finds WebMD Health News By Katrina Woznicki Reviewed by Laura...
The Pill Is Most Popular Contraception Method
The Pill Is Most Popular Contraception Method Survey Shows More Than 10 Million U.S. Women Use Oral Contraception WebMD Health News By Joanna Broder Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
New Birth Control Pill Natazia Gets FDA Approval
New Birth Control Pill Natazia Gets FDA Approval Combination Hormone Tablet Already in Use in Europe WebMD Health News By Bill Hendrick Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from...
Which Birth Control Pill Is Safest?
Which Birth Control Pill Is Safest? Researchers Find Differences in Blood Clot Risk in Different Oral Contraceptives WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from...
Abortion Rates Fall When Birth Control Is Free
Abortion Rates Fall When Birth Control Is Free WebMD Medical News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Plan B: Sebelius Overrules FDA, Nixes Sale Without...
IUDs Increasingly Popular Form of Birth Control
IUDs Increasingly Popular Form of Birth Control WebMD Medical News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Plan B: Sebelius Overrules FDA, Nixes Sale Without ID...
Medical Group: Sell the Pill Without Prescription
Medical Group: Sell the Pill Without Prescription WebMD Medical News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Plan B: Sebelius Overrules FDA, Nixes Sale Without ID...
Panel: Drop Co-Pay for Women's Birth Control
Panel: Drop Co-Pay for Women's Birth Control Institute of Medicine Calls for Less Expensive Contraceptives for Insured Women WebMD Medical News By Matt McMillen Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD...
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