Myths About Contraception
With all the information available on contraception, it is hard to separate out the facts about birth control from all of the myths that are out there. Learn the 10 most important things you should know about contraception and what behaviors to avoid if you do not wish to become pregnant.
Your Questions About Contraception Misconceptions
Wondering about a possible contraception myth? See what others have asked or email me your own question.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Come find out the truth about STDs. Make sure that you know the facts from the myths about STD risks and transmission.
There are many common misconceptions about the pill. Use this information to dispel some of these pill myths.
Myths About Sex Under Water and Misconceptions About Jacuzzis and Hot Tubs
Is sex under water safe? 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. Can a woman become pregnant during under water sex? Learn myths about sex under water and common misconceptions about sex in Jacuzzis or hot tubs.
No More Periods: The Safety of Continuous Birth Control
Extended cycle pills, like Seasonale, Seasonique, Lybrel and Yaz cause fewer periods, leading to less cramps, mood swings and PMS. You can skip periods or reduce symptoms through continuous birth control pill use. Is it safe to skip periods? Find out about the safety of using long-term oral contraceptives to have fewer periods. Learn why many women are having no more periods by using these pills.