Abigail, 19, Implant
The implant is making it possible for Abigail to finish school and be financially and emotionally ready before she has kids.
Abigail used to be on the pill, but as her life got busier, it got more difficult to remember to take it at the same time every day. That’s when she decided to go for the implant—a method that’s extremely effective and lasts for up to 4 years.
The implant is making it possible for Abigail to finish school and be financially and emotionally ready before she has kids. Abigail also knows that the implant doesn’t protect against STIs, so she and her boyfriend use condoms too.
Tika’s period did get heavier with her IUD, but she doesn’t mind. To her, the benefits outweigh any side effects.
TestimonialMary Lide, IUD
Mary Lide will tell you honestly that her Mirena IUD insertion included 15 seconds of “ouchy pain,” but she says it was worth it for the five years of continual birth control.
TestimonialElsa, 25, IUD
"It’s hassle-free. You don’t have to deal with it for a decade."
TestimonialJannette, 29, IUD
"Birth control…for a woman it’s like revolutionary."