Birth Control Information
Where there's Choice, there's Hope.
The following information is designed to give you information so you can make decisions about birth control equipped with accurate information about each method. There are also user guides from the Reproductive Health Access Project for your reference. This information is available to you so you can figure out which birth control method you might prefer and to help answer any questions you might have. This is intended to be general information and reference, not as a substitute for medical advice from your healthcare provider.
Exploring your Options
There are many different types of birth control. Below is a compilation of various methods, how they work, and how to use them. Before starting any contraceptive method, please consult with your healthcare provider to make sure it is safe for you to use.
- IUD Information
- Progestin Implant (arm implant) User Guide
- The Shot User Guide
- Vaginal Ring User Guide
- Contraceptive Patch User Guide
- The Oral Contraceptive Pill (Combined Hormonal Contraception) User Guide
- The Progestin-Only Pill User Guide
- Non-Prescription Birth Control Methods