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Contraception and Study Abroad

Get Started Studying abroad is a fantastic way to get out of your comfort zone, learn about a different culture, and meet new people from around the globe. It also forces you into somewhat unsettling situations with unfamiliar faces and customs that will impact your experience in both positive and negative ways. One important and […]

No Time for Bleeding While On Vacation!

What time is it?! Summer time! But with great travel comes great responsibility. And for those of us who get periods, it can be a real problem coordinating plans when you’re worried about BLOOD LEAKING OUT OF YOUR BODY. Lucky for you, I’ve designed a guide that will help you have a safe, smart, and […]

How to Get Birth Control While Traveling

Get Started Pull out those swimsuits, ladies, because summer is just around the corner! Whether you’re road tripping to the nearest beach, finally taking that dream trip to Thailand, or just visiting friends, it’s a great time to see new places and try new things. But one new experience you don’t want this summer is […]

Family Planning: When to Stop Birth Control

97% of women of reproductive age in the U.S. will use a form of birth control at some point in their lives. While hormonal contraceptives offer numerous health benefits for women, hormonal birth control is incredibly useful for preventing unwanted pregnancy.   According to the Guttmacher Institute, the vast majority of U.S. women only want […]

Trusting your birth control delivery

In response to both of these reports, Dr. Sophia Yen, CEO of Pandia Health, has made the following statement. “As CEO of this company, Pandia Health will always prioritize patient safety and following the law over profit. As the ONLY practicing reproductive health doctor Founded and Led company in the birth control delivery space, we […]

Is it Safe to Use Birth Control While Breastfeeding?

Yes, it is safe to use birth control while breastfeeding. However, depending on which method, it may decrease your milk supply. Getting pregnant soon after giving birth can be incredibly difficult on a woman’s body and emotions. The World Health Organization recommends at least 24 months before becoming pregnant again. In most cases, it is […]