IUDs failing are extremely rare, gynecologists say.
Researchers examine the best way to reduce the risk.
Plenty of people think all forms of birth control medications should be available over the counter. For a while, that included President Trump.
The Trump administration is expected to end an Obamacare provision known as “contraception mandate” on Friday.
Women who don't take the birth control pill could have an advantage when it comes to attracting the opposite sex.
As U.S. Republicans restrict women’s access to contraception, we must fight to get them other alternatives.
The dean of of New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine argued that "scientific" birth control is no more "artificial" than many spiritual means to that end.
Side effects, drugs companies and societal roles all play their parts in holding back alternative forms of birth control.
Death rates from 1970 to 2012 fell the most in developed nations with widespread use of the oral contraceptive.
A new CDC report suggests the number of mothers between ages 15 and 19 has dropped 61 percent since 1991.
They say they have developed a product that works for men with no side effects.
Lawmakers in two states have passed measures that allow women and teens to obtain birth control pills directly from pharmacies without a prescription.
More than 100 women are seeking millions of dollars in damages from Qualitest Pharmaceuticals.
Evidence shows providing IUDs during hospitalizations for delivery is an effective way to increase contraceptive use among new mothers.
A medication used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients appears to cause structural changes in sperm and reversible infertility.
Some women may have difficulty getting abortions and some types of birth control pills.
Over the past 50 years, oral contraceptives have prevented about 400,000 deaths related to this form of cancer.
Out-of-pocket expenses for contraceptives have plummeted in the last few years.
In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court decided in favor of allowing married couples to use contraception, a precedent-setting decision.