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Talk To Your Doctor About It

Talk To Your Doctor About It

Change Of Plans?

Explore Your Options

Holidays. Fighting with a BFF. Moving house. Partying all night. A spontaneous hook-up.
Positive and negative disruptions to daily life can cause you to forget simple tasks which you otherwise do on autopilot
like removing contact lenses or setting an alarm before bed. It can also cause you to forget to take your contraceptive pill, which, when forgotten regularly, causes far more stress long-term.

She Asks At Every Family Gathering

Factoring In Fertility

Your sister swipes right if someone mentions it in their dating profile. Your grandmother asks you at every family gathering. Your other friends in relationships also don’t know if or when they want kids.
Around
70% of women express wanting to become pregnant in the future. But planning if and when this will happen is a conversation you need to have with your doctor, not just your friends or family.

The Unbreakable Condom

Contraception Efficacy

The unbreakable condom. Failsafe withdrawal. Your body working like clockwork. The perfect world these things belong to doesn’t actually exist. So let’s embrace reality and remember — perfect is not typical. In fact, your contraceptive’s efficacy changes based on perfect use versus on typical use, and this influences whether your chosen contraceptive truly matches your needs. And your real needs are worth speaking openly about, because no-one‘s reality is perfect.

Menstrual Cycles Are Naturally Inconsistent

Hormones And You

Different women, different bodies, different needs. Hormones naturally occur in the body, and affect menstrual cycles in distinct ways. Hormones present in contraceptives also have particular impact on our bodies and cycles, which can be tailored depending on individual needs.

Sometimes You're Prepared

Unpredictable Periods

Some months you get caught out early. Others you have your granny briefs on ready and waiting. The menstrual cycle varies for everyone who menstruates, and different contraceptives affect period pain symptoms and blood flow in varied ways. There’s no method that suits anyone best it’s about finding the one that works with your body.

So Can Your Contraception

What’s Your Method?

At different stages of our lives we have different needs. Make sure your contraception fits your life and plans.

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return to fertility

YOUR RETURN TO FERTILITY

Today's contraception methods are gentler on the body than they used to be, and generally they are designed to not influence your fertility after you stop using them. Even hormonal contraceptives like the long-acting hormonal coil allow you to return to fertility quickly, because the hormones in these methods leave the body quickly after you stop using them.

ius pain insertion and usage

WILL IT HURT? GETTING AND USING THE HORMONAL COIL

The hormonal coil (IUS) is one of the most reliable long-acting contraceptives. Once fitted, it can remain in place for up to 3 to 5 years. That means no more having to remember to take a daily pill, change a patch every week, or make a monthly appointment for a contraceptive injection. Despite its ease of use, many women have concerns about getting an IUS fitted, and what they can expect afterwards.

hormone concern

UNDERSTANDING HORMONES IN CONTRACEPTION

Hormones occur naturally in the body, and they affect us all in different ways. Some methods of contraception contain hormones, which affect the menstrual cycle and/or the body to stop you from becoming pregnant when you don't want to be. Whether they act in the short term or the long term, their desired effect is similar.

Condom Breakage

THE CONDOM BROKE? IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD

A broken condom is something many of us experience, through user error or a defect in the condom itself. Although it's disappointing this well-known and widely used barrier method failed you, there are still steps you can take to prevent a tear in the rubber from becoming a pregnancy.

forgot pill

FORGOT YOUR PILL? IT HAPPENS TO THE BEST OF US

It may sound simple, but for many women remembering to take the pill every day is easier said than done. Whether you forgot your pill due to work, travel, family, or other distractions, we want you to know you're not alone. If you have forgotten to take the pill recently, here’s some support.

LATE PERIOD

LATE PERIOD? PLAYING THE WAITING GAME IS HARD

Variation in your cycle is totally normal. Even if you're usually like clockwork, there are a number of reasons why your period could be late – from pregnancy to stress, or sudden weight loss or gain. If you've recently had unprotected sex, or if there's a chance your contraception hasn't worked as it should, here are some things to consider.

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ius pain insertion and usage

WILL IT HURT? GETTING AND USING THE HORMONAL COIL

The hormonal coil (IUS) is one of the most reliable long-acting contraceptives. Once fitted, it can remain in place for up to 3 to 5 years. That means no more having to remember to take a daily pill, change a patch every week, or make a monthly appointment for a contraceptive injection. Despite its ease of use, many women have concerns about getting an IUS fitted, and what they can expect afterwards.

Condom Breakage

THE CONDOM BROKE? IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD

A broken condom is something many of us experience, through user error or a defect in the condom itself. Although it's disappointing this well-known and widely used barrier method failed you, there are still steps you can take to prevent a tear in the rubber from becoming a pregnancy.

forgot pill

FORGOT YOUR PILL? IT HAPPENS TO THE BEST OF US

It may sound simple, but for many women remembering to take the pill every day is easier said than done. Whether you forgot your pill due to work, travel, family, or other distractions, we want you to know you're not alone. If you have forgotten to take the pill recently, here’s some support.