Extended use of the implant and LNG-IUS
New evidence shows these long-acting methods keep working for at least a year after their expiration.
Although the implant is currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for only 3 years, there is new evidence suggesting that it’s safe and effective to use for at least 4 years. The same is true for the 52mg levonorgestrel intrauterine device (LNG-IUD)—it’s FDA-approved to last up to 5 years but safe and effective to use for at least 6. read the full article »Birth Control Without Barriers
Providers play an important role in empowering women to choose the contraceptive best for them.
Providers play an important role in empowering women to choose the contraceptive best for them.read the full article »Open enrollment is over: Can you still get covered?
Big changes in your life? They could make you eligible to get health insurance coverage.
Certain life changes might mean you’re eligible to get health insurance (including coverage of your birth control with no out-of-pocket costs!) before open enrollment starts again. Read on to find out more about your options.read the full article »