FDA Places New Restrictions on Essure Contraception Device in Response to Extreme Side Effects

Since it was approved in 2002, “permanent contraceptive” device Essure has been the subject of thousands of complaints from women who have had the device implanted. Complaints about the device range from headaches to hair loss, brain fog, heavy bleeding, abdominal pain, perforation of the uterus, and even pregnancy…

A Former Abortion Doula Explains Why an IUD Might Be Right For You

By noon on the day after the election, Google searches for IUDs were spiking—one of the most popular search terms overnight was, “Get an IUD now.” What’s long been an unpopular form of birth control suddenly took on a newfound appeal for one major reason: it’ll last longer than a Trump presidency. It’s a devastating…

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