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Contraceptive Pearl: Introducing Liletta, a New Progestin IUD

Liletta, a new progestin intrauterine device (IUD), was approved by the FDA in February 2015. It is the same size and shape as the Mirena and contains the same dose of levonorgestrel. Learn more about Liletta by reading this edition of the Contraceptive Pearls.

Contraceptive Pearl: Continuous Use of Contraception

Why have a period? Hormonal contraception products allow for plenty of flexibility. This Contraceptive Pearls explains how to skip periods by using hormonal birth control. This Contraceptive Pearl was first published March 2010.

Contraceptive Pearl: Non-Hormonal Contraception

Some women avoid hormonal contraception due to concern about side effects. Other women want to steer clear of all medications. Regardless of their reason, women who prefer to avoid hormones have a variety of contraceptive options available.