Birth Control Learning Center
Birth control prevents pregnancy by stopping different parts of the pregnancy process. Hormonal methods—like birth control pills, the patch or injections—release synthetic hormones into the body to prevent the release of eggs during ovulation...
Birth Control Pills: Frequently Asked Questions. sexual health icon gynecology
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If you use the birth control pill — that is, an oral contraceptive — you're probably
happy with its convenience and reliability. Still, you may have many questions ...
I've been on birth control for about 4 months, I've always gotten my period on
inactive pill days. this month i got my period when im still taking the dark blue
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