The answer is surprising.
Whether you're trying to get pregnant or trying not to get pregnant, understanding how our bodies work can be hella confusing. Occasionally things that seem obvious can be so wrong (no, a penis cannot touch the baby's head while having
It's stupid simple, too.
Because life is unfair, roughly 50 percent of women will get a urinary tract infection (UTI, aka cystitis) at some point in their lives and up to 70 percent will have another one within that same year. Meaning? If you've
Come on guys, it's 2018.
At the recently concluded first celebration of World Contraception Day in the Philippines, volunteers on-ground for NGOs and LGUs alike emphasized the importance of men's responsibility in birth control use-specifically, how they either tend to gloss over contraceptive
'Please do not ask who is lacking or whose fault it is.'
The great thing about the whole move toward women empowerment is how women's choices are respected nowadays. If she is happy to be single, loves dating, or doesn't want to have kids, that's her choice and no one faults
Can people stop talking about your biological clock already?
Lots of decisions are no-brainers: whether you want fries or a salad with that, for example. (Fries. Always fries.) Wearing a condom for the first time with a new partner is another one.But deciding when the right time to have
What are your other options?
Birth control is not a one size fits all thing. We've talked to some Pinays about their experiences on birth control pills, but what about women who actively choose a contraceptive method other than the pill? Here's what
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