Birth Control Tips
Guide to Birth Control and Safe Water Sex
Is sex under water safe? Some people may tend spice up their sex life while vacationing in romantic places. Having water sex requires planning ahead of time, since birth control that contain spermicide are not suitable for intercourse in the sea, pool, hot tub or bathtub. Follow this guide to knowing which condoms, lubrications, and...
Birth Control Travel Tips
All travelers should plan carefully to ensure their health and safety while away. Here are 10 birth control travel tips to keep in mind. Follow this contraception vacation advice to ensure that your birth control does not ruin your travel and that your contraception successfully works while you are on vacation.
Tips for Safely Storing Birth Control
Proper Storage Is Important - Condoms can usually last 4 years if kept in their original, sealed packaging in a cool and dry place. Unless you plan to use a condom that day, don’t carry it in a wallet or pocket. Most pill companies suggest that they be stored in a convenient place for easy daily access, at room temperature away from light,...
How to Talk to Your Doctor About Birth Control
Many of us find it difficult and embarrassing to talk to a doctor about birth control. You may be thinking, what should I ask the doctor when trying to choose the best birth control options for me? You need to be your own advocate for your sexual health. If you want to ask the doctor about birth control options, but are feeling a bit unsure about how to begin, here is a list of some helpful tips.
How to Switch to a New Pill
Are you thinking about switching to a new pill? If so, find out how.
Share Your Tip: Where Do You Store Your Condoms?
A condom stored properly can usually last 4 years if kept in its original, sealed package in a cool, dry and dark place (away from humidity, heat, and sunlight). Where do you store your favorite condom type? Are you discreet? Do you have a special hiding spot like a condom cube, case or compact? Before condom use, where do you keep your condoms?...
How Do I Start Taking the Pill?
Explanation of how to take combination oral contraceptives. Instructions for starting the pill as well as what to do if one forgets a pill are also included.
Before You Buy Condoms
When choosing a condom, it's important to think about what you are going to be using it for. Though latex condoms are the most common, they may not be the right choice for you. Even if they are, latex condoms come in all types of styles, so choosing one may be hard. There are some key factors to think about, so use this guide to help you in...
Share Your Tip: How Do You Remember When to Take Birth Control Pills?
You may have chosen to use birth control pills as your main method of contraception. When using the pill, it’s important to take your birth control pill at the same time each day. Many women who use birth control pills report having a hard time sticking to their pill schedule. Do you easily remember when its time to take your pill? If so, what is your secret?
How To Put a Condom on with Your Mouth?
Condoms are simple to use whether you are in a new relationship or want to spice up your sex life. Learning how to put on a condom with your mouth can be a little tricky, but it can make for a sexy surprise for your partner (and is sure to arouse). Plus, this puts a pleasurable spin on safe sex, so with step-by-step instructions, here's the answer on how to put a condom on with your mouth.