One of the things that I am most passionate about is making sure you have the most accurate and unbiased answers to your birth control questions. I love receiving emails about birth control. It led me to thinking that I should create a central "hub" where you can come and see all your questions, as well as questions that others have asked about birth control -– all in one easy-to-locate place.
I know how frustrating it is when you are trying to find an answer to a birth control question. After hours of searching the web, you either come up empty or with several answers that conflict each other. Because of this, I am offering you a special, interactive site where you can email me your questions about birth control. As I receive them, I will respond briefly (to give you the short, what-you-need-to-know-right-this-second answer). If your birth control question makes it up to this site - in addition to including a short and to-the-point answer - I will then write a more comprehensive article that you can easily access, where you will learn even more details. I can even email you to let you know if your question has been posted.
And the best part -- all my articles go through an extensive medical review board, so you know for sure that the information in my answer is medically accurate and the truth. No more scouring the web for answers; just email me any of your questions about birth control and my FAQ lists will grow!
Since this is a "living document," I will be organizing your questions. Once I have enough questions about a particular type of birth control or contraceptive issue, I will put those questions on a separate page (with a link and description) relating to that topic. I look forward to reading your questions and am ready to answer. Be sure to bookmark this page because I plan for it to be ever-changing as new questions are addressed and added.
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