Contraceptives are supposed to make our lives easier. And of course, that is true in the grand scheme of things. But finding the right contraceptive is still a frustrating process, inequitably shouldered by people with uteri.
To get the low down on birth control, we spoke to Kathleen McNamee, Medical Director at Family Planning Victoria.
They provide “broad based reproductive sexual and health services,” from contraception, to dealing with STIs and common gynaecology problems, and medication abortions.
In this article we look at the different kinds of contraception on offer, where to get it, and how it can help you. We also take a look at the advances in male contraception.
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