Birth Control & Women’s Well-Being

Published on May 30, 2017

“The first big study on birth control and well-being finds that it can make perfectly healthy women feel like their lives suck.” So begins the summary of an article in Broadly summarizing the results of a new study published in the journal of Fertility and Sterility. The study provides yet another indication that the disruption of natural hormonal activity in the female body, which is key to a healthy integration between her body systems, can cause effects of significant proportion.

An education program and app like FEMM’s is a concrete tool for women to manage their hormonal activity, their health, and their fertility, in order to maximize their well-being and be empowered caregivers.

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