Learn the different types of birth control available to you including their effectiveness and side effects. Birth control can come in the form of a pill, a shot or other options. Research the many kinds available to find the best choice for you and your needs.
Statistics on Oral Contraceptive Complications The oral contraceptive complication statistics show that for the most part these drugs are safe with few side effects. However, some women may experience health issues if they have other risk factors for complications such as smoking.
A Guide to Bilateral Tubal Ligation The tubal ligation procedure is used as a permanent form of birth control by severing the fallopian tubes. This surgery is considered to be effective but there are certain risks and complications involved.
Yeast Infections and Taking Oral Contraceptives Can taking birth control pills cause yeast infections? How do the components that make up birth control pills affect the production and overgrowth of yeast in different parts of the body? Find out more about the link between oral contraceptives and yeast infections.
Failure of Tubal Ligation Procedures Tubal ligation failure is rare but it can occur if unforeseen complications occur or the procedure wasn't conducted properly. The risk of failure can be decreased with precautionary tips.