Tag Archives: women’s health

Nine Ways an IUD Might Help You Survive Donald Trump – Literally

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In uncertain times, getting an IUD can be like putting on your oxygen mask. For women, the next four years are looking darker by the week. With a hundred thousand pussy hats still in the laundry, minority president Donald Trump … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Your Period and Why You Don’t Have to Have It

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Seattle family planning doctor Deborah Oyer routinely asks new female patients, “How often do you want to have your period? Monthly? Every three months? Or not at all?” Until she asks, some don’t know they have a choice. Like every … Continue reading

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Pamper, pamper, pamper– plus 9 other tips for falling in love with your IUD

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See the interactive slide show at the Huffington Post and vote for your favorite tip. You may have heard that an IUD can give you five to twelve years of never-have-to-think-about-it contraception. You may have heard also that, depending on which IUD you … Continue reading

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