Medically reviewed by Sophia Yen, MD, MPH – Written by Carmiya
It’s World Contraception Day!
Since its launch in 2007, WCD has worked to improve awareness of contraception and to allow young people to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. We stan progress! Before we get into it, sign up HERE to get your pill, patch, or ring with FREE delivery!
This campaign is supported by several incredible organizations like USAID and Engender Health. And, because you’re educated, dear reader, you know that making knowledgeable choices about birth control allows you to take better care of yourself.
Unfortunately, a lack of education around reproductive health has led to a global knowledge gap and a real stigma when it comes to talking about birth control. Silence, misinformation, and restricted access to spaces to learn and discuss contraception has made it difficult to get the conversation going. We do not stan regression!
Plus, your contraceptive needs change for various reasons so it’s good to know your options; and, being able to choose from a ton of different methods encourages consistent and effective birth control use!
So how do you speak confidently and comfortably about your body and contraception? At Pandia Health, we encourage women to feel empowered talking about their choices, and offer resources to learn about birth control and reproductive justice (like this blog!)
If you are looking for accessible and affordable birth control, Pandia has you covered! Sign up today to talk to one of our expert doctors and get your birth control delivered to your front door for free.
The above information is for general informational purposes only and is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your doctor/primary care provider before starting or changing treatment.