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All FDA-approved birth control methods have gone through extensive research showing they are safe to use and effective at preventing pregnancy. Some even have other benefits, like making your periods shorter, giving you periods with less cramping, and improving acne.

Talk with your medical provider about your health history and any risk factors you may have. For example, smoking could have negative interactions with some forms of birth control. It’s important to be honest with your provider about your health and medical history to ensure your safety!

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