What's Your Method?
What’s Your Method?
At different stages of our lives we have different needs. Make sure your contraception fits your life and plans.
Explore Your Options
Holidays. Fighting with a BFF. Moving house. Partying all night. A spontaneous hook-up.
Positive and negative disruptions to daily life can cause you to forget simple tasks which you otherwise do on autopilot – like removing contact lenses or setting an alarm before bed. It can also cause you to forget to take your contraceptive pill, which, when forgotten regularly, causes far more stress long-term.
Factoring In Fertility
Your sister swipes right if someone mentions it in their dating profile. Your grandmother asks you at every family gathering. Your other friends in relationships also don’t know if or when they want kids.
Around 70% of women express wanting to become pregnant in the future. But planning if and when this will happen is a conversation you need to have with your doctor, not just your friends or family.
Hormones And You
Different women, different bodies, different needs. Hormones naturally occur in the body, and affect menstrual cycles in distinct ways. Hormones present in contraceptives also have particular impact on our bodies and cycles, which can be tailored depending on individual needs.
Some months you get caught out early. Others you have your granny briefs on ready and waiting. The menstrual cycle varies for everyone who menstruates, and different contraceptives affect period pain symptoms and blood flow in varied ways. There’s no method that suits anyone best – it’s about finding the one that works with your body.