4 Things You Need to Know About Non-Hormonal Birth Control Methods.


If you’re nervous about the side effects of hormonal birth control — or you know your parents would completely flip if you even mentioned going on the pill — you may be considering non-hormonal methods of birth control instead.

When we say “non-hormonal birth control,” we mean the usual suspects you can find at the drugstore (like male condoms, female condoms, the sponge, and spermicides) but also birth control methods that you still need to see a gyno to get (like a diaphragm, cervical cap, or non-hormonal IUD) and DIY tactics (like tracking your period or “pulling out”).

Click HERE for the full article in Seventeen.