If you’ve used birth control pills for any length of time, you may have been told to take it at the exact same time every day to ensure effectiveness. Maintaining a consistent pill schedule at home is as easy as setting an alarm on your phone — but what happens when you travel across several time zones?
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Clue, one of the best period tracking apps out there, just added a new feature: You can now keep track of whether you've taken your birth control pills, and Clue will tell you what to do if you missed a dose.
If the condom broke, if you missed a pill, if you were assaulted and you're worried that a baby might result, you may still have time to prevent that pregnancy. You have to act fast (within days), and you have three options: an over-the-counter pill, a prescription pill, or a copper IUD. Any of these, taken in time, have a good chance of preventing pregnancy.
IUDs, or intra-uterine devices have seen a recent resurgence in popularity in recent years. If you're in need of pregnancy prevention, here's why you should consider getting one.