Ever wonder what that "white stuff" is in your underwear? Stop guessing when you're ovulating and learn to decode signs of fertility.
From books to apps, sales to students, there are lots of affordable options for those looking to adopt natural birth control.
The difference between Natural Family Planning and the calendar method? Science.
One person's "heavy" menstruation is another person's "light", so how do you know if your bleeding is normal? And what can you do about it?
If you're tracking basal body temperature, a good thermometer is key to accurately identifying ovulation.
A new research study confirms what we've long suspected - mood disturbances are correlated with the use of hormonal contraception.
Weight gain, depression and libido are well documented issues. But this little-known side effect I had to learn for myself.
Relationships can serve as a mirror, highlighting our deepest wounds. A year of solo living has given me the courage to step into that discomfort.
Trying to conceive? This could make all the difference.
Many of us spend years trying not to get pregnant, but what about when you do want to conceive? How does the pill affect your fertility?
Whether you're using fertility awareness for conception, birth control, or body literary, these apps can help make it easier to track your cycle.
Stress, hormonal birth control, and diet can all affect sexual desire. Learn five ways to increase your libido and have more fun in the bedroom.
Oral sex doesn't need to be a one-sided activity! Learn tips to make blowjobs fun for him AND you.
Thinking of coming off the pill? Justisse is a completely natural form of birth control that's over 99% effective.
Trying to cut down on your coffee intake? These caffeine-free alternatives are filled with health-promoting ingredients (but still taste delicious!)
Natural, effective birth control does exist! These methods won't mess with your hormones (so you'll keep your libido, fertility, and sanity intact).
As women and couples begin rethinking hormonal contraception, old-fashioned methods of birth control are making a comeback. But are they effective? They can be. Here's how.