Posts Tagged ‘IUD’

Twitter user delivers outstanding defense of NFP

Social media’s not exactly designed for important conversations. Between the anonymous accounts and the trolls, it can be hard to tell what is real and important — after all, much of our approval-addicted society values likes over content. If regular social media is bad, Twitter is even worse. It’s the drug of choice for people…

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NBC misreports family planning statistics

On Friday, NBC News released a news piece covering the reactions of various Ob-Gyns to the recent FDA approval granted to Natural Cycles, the first app to officially qualify as a contraceptive. But there are a few important elements that NBC misrepresented. The Rhythm Method The NBC article starts with a glaring mistake: comparing Natural…

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NFP Uncensored: BSN and charting

NFP Uncensored is a series of candid accounts of the way NFP informs every aspect of life. You can follow the posts by searching for “NFP Uncensored” here in the Living the Love blog (use the search bar on the right-hand side of this page), or by searching #NFPUncensored on social media. In the past 50 years,…

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Asking all the wrong questions

Photo credit: Bayer via Associated Press Recently, the Washington Post released a heartbreaking article featuring an in-depth exploration of Bayer’s controversial, permanent contraceptive device Essure. It’s essentially a thin metal coil — about the length of a sewing needle — filled with fibers intended to stimulate the growth of scar tissue. When implanted in the…

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Study links the pill to depression

If your social media feeds are anything like ours, you may have seen a new study about the pill and depression being posted multiple times yesterday. Understandably so, because it is a pretty big deal since it reveals a true link between the pill and depression in women. Add another side effect to hormonal contraceptives…

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Hormonal Contraceptives? There’s a better way.

We have a “new” brochure available called Hormonal Contraceptives now available. It’s “new” in that it contains updated and current information, but it’s “old” in that it is actually a re-make of one of our most popular brochures, “The Pill: How Does It Work? Is It Safe?” This new brochure touches on all the various…

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