Will My Partner Feel My IUD During Sex?

We answer your questions about sex with an IUD, including what's normal for you and your partner to feel.

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FPA Receives Grant to Expand Free Services

FPA Women's Health has been named a recipient of the Uncompensated Care grant. This funding means abortion and birth control services are available free of charge.

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Irregular bleeding with Nexplanon

Yes, spotting between periods when you are on a progestin-only method like Nexplanon or an IUD can be normal, especially if you have just started this new metho

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Over-the-Counter Birth Control, Now Approved

At FPA Women's Health, we are proud to have participated in the study presented to the FDA on the Opill, the first approved over-the-counter birth control.

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IUD Insertion Explained

Recent fears on TikTok have prompted us to explain the IUD insertion process. Read our latest post to learn more.

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Ten positive habits to start in your twenties

It's never too early to form healthy habits. We've put together a list of good habits to practice in your twenties that are sure to pay off in the long term.

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Can I get on birth control on the day of my surgical abortion?

Yes! Your body does return to fertility immediately following a termination of pregnancy.  Many women ovulate even before their first period.

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Will I be able to get pregnant again after having a miscarriage?

The short answer is, yes! Pregnancy loss in the first trimester is usually a one-time occurrence. Most women go on to have successful pregnancies when they deci

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Can I still take birth control to help with acne after I get a tubal ligation?

Great question! In most cases, having a tubal ligation does not affect your ability to use birth control for all of the other great benefits!

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Topic Tuesday: Is it normal to have irregular bleeding with Nexplanon?

I have Nexplanon and have had irregular bleeding since I got it 4 months ago – is this normal?

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