Birth control options. Birth control myths. Access contraceptive resources for teens and parents.
Parents who talk to their teens about pregnancy, sex and birth control have teens that start having sex later and are more likely to use birth control and condoms when they do. Here are some tips on talking with your teen.
When the time is right to talk to your parents about birth control, there are a few small things you can do to help the conversation go smoothly.
Access Helping Hands™ resources about birth control options: written by medical professionals at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
The implant. IUDs. The shot. Learn more about available birth control methods.
When it comes to birth control, there are a lot of myths out there. And those myths might leave you with a lot of questions. Get the facts.
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