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Researchers found a link between using the pill and developing Crohn's disease. Should you be worried?
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Need health insurance? You may still have options
Check out our quickie guide to birth control and hormones.
Everything you need to know about getting birth control online
Hormones and birth control—good? Bad? We're here to clear things up for you.
Shhhh! This week's Frisky Friday is all about how to do it quietly when there are people nearby.
If you're running into problems with condoms, get the fix here.
A few things we’ve learned from classic rom-coms in this week's Frisky Friday.
Considering using fertility awareness as your birth control method? These apps will make your life easier.
Is it a deal breaker?
Hardcore pelvic floor: A workout routine to keep you fit down there
From our latest Frisky Friday, "TMI: Can you really share too much?"
from Too cold to take it off? How to cozy up when there’s a chill in the air
The IUD and the implant are more popular than ever among women in the United States.
- Elizabeth Gilbert
Shake it up: How to add a little oomph to your weekend
16-year birth control that can be switched on and off by remote control? It's in the works!
Ramiyah prefers to use condoms as her method of birth control. What if the guy doesn't have one? Not a problem. Ramiyah does.
We’ve all said the silent prayer. If he pulls out in time, everything will be okay. Right?
Sign the petition: "Stop censoring sexual health information"
A new version of Gardasil will protect against nine common strains of HPV.
Find out what March has in store for you!
Think you can’t get pregnant having sex in a hot tub? Guess again. (They call sperm “swimmers” for a reason.)
Catch up with Guy Nottadadi as he goes under the hood to give you the IUD basics.
Even if you have special x-ray glasses or the observation skills of a ninja, you still cannot tell if someone has an STI just by looking.
It's here. An app that lets you create and communicate with a significant other.
Gwyneth Paltrow, from "LOL.OMG.WTF. Sex advice from celebrities"
IUD expulsion isn't common, but it happens. Here's what you should know.
Let's take a look at the data behind the headlines. (It's a lot less scary than it sounds.)
If those skinny jeans are feeling a bit too skinny, don't assume your birth control is the cause.
Would he dare to explain how pregnancy happens while sharking at pool? Yes. Yes he would.
From "January extended horoscopes: Your 2015 sneak preview is here!"
Women in 69 countries may soon have access to Sayana Press, an affordable new birth control shot.
U.S. couples are still more likely to choose female sterilization over vasectomy, but guys are starting to catch up.
Great sex is about so much more than just not saying "no"…
Your insurance has to cover birth control under the Affordable Care Act—so why are some women still paying out of pocket?
You do it, do it, do it and never get pregnant. Does that mean you’re infertile?
Considering an IUD? Get the ball rolling by thinking about these questions first.
Is it safe to RSVP 'no' to that time of the month?
From Where’d you go? Falling in love and ignoring friends
Special enrollment periods, Medicaid, a penalty grace period... 2015 open enrollment is over, but there are still ways to get covered.
Chelsea Peretti via this week's Frisky Friday, "Laughter and sex: Quotes from people who put the 'O' in comedy"
Guy Nottadadi has a few key points you’ll want to hear about your best bro, the condom
"Going to the doctor only when you're sick is so last-century."
Getting vaccinated can be good for your health and for your dating life.
Dry spells are totally normal—but when you're ready to get back in the saddle, look to this Frisky Friday.
Moving in together is kind of a big deal. We've got tips for getting it right in this Frisky Friday.
As if you needed another reason to ❤ your birth control.
If you're worried about the side effects of birth control—or if you've had a bad experience—here are a few things you should know.
Got a prescription? Don't got a prescription? Whatever your situation is, here's how to get your birth control at the pharmacy.
When you have a busy schedule, it's easy to forget to take a pill every day. That's why Stephanie chose the shot.
Is full coverage of your birth control method too good to be true? Not anymore!
What do you do when there’s no time to plan ahead and you really, really want to have sex?
From "January extended horoscopes: Your 2015 sneak preview is here!"
They look kinda funny at first...but dual protection from STIs and pregnancy is worth a second glance.
All pregnancies require 4 things to get going: a uterus, an egg, sperm, and for the egg and sperm to come together.
Kiss 2014 goodbye and kick off 2015 with a bang! (Puns totally intended.)
Pickup lines: The good, the bad, and the ones so ridiculous they might work
If you think condoms aren’t for you, you just haven’t found the right one yet.
Understanding your body's natural cycles can be useful for getting pregnant—and for avoiding pregnancy.
Think you know everything you need to know about STIs (a.k.a. STDs)? You might be surprised...
Making your very own sex video? This is where we get all big sister on your ass.
Sweet! You can order the pill or EC online and help another woman get birth control at the same time.
Sounds like someone's going to have an amazing month... Check out your March horoscope.
Speak out against online platforms censoring and blocking sexual education content.
Alyssa only gets her period 4 times a year on Seasonique—making her life that much easier.
What birth control methods do women's health care providers choose for themselves?
Who says discretion can't be hot?
"I really like the NuvaRing because I don't have to worry about it on a daily basis."
"I've just kind of dropped out of the scene to be honest...more like just waiting for that one special person that I like."
Birth control mishap? Don't panic. Check out what to do when something goes wrong in this Frisky Friday.
From "February horoscopes: Start flirting now"
What's a dollar between pharmacies? It's a dollar out of your pocket! Make sure you're not paying for free birth control.
Here's what you need to know, and what you need to do.
Anastasia had to open a few female condoms before figuring out exactly how they work (and because the first one got sand in it—youch!), but eventually she got the hang of it.
When it comes to STIs, is oral sex safer than sex-sex? One word: Nope.
Tips for cozying up when there’s a chill in the air in this week's Frisky Friday.
If you've heard rumors about the health risks of condoms, keep calm and read on.
Freshmen use condoms, seniors hook up less, and other fun findings from a new survey of college students.
Taking medication for HIV? Here's what you should know to avoid an accidental pregnancy.
Time flies (when you’re having great sex)
If you and your partner are thinking about going bare, here are a few things to do first.
We bought three kinds of emergency contraception so you don’t have to. (Unless you do, and then you’ll have all the details.)
Ever had a sex dream? We've got deets about a few common scenarios in this Frisky Friday.
On-again, off-again, and maybe getting it on even when you're off? You're not alone.