Yahoo UK's podcast looks at whether the male contraceptive pill will actually take off or whether we're leaving contraception to women.
The morning after pill could be delivered to your door in just three hours. Anyone who has ever gone out to buy the morning after pill knows the experience can be unpleasant. From the high price to the awkwardness of queuing up at your local pharmacy and explaining what you want to buy, the already stressful mission of getting emergency contraception can be made considerably worse.
"I'm a responsible adult making the right decisions, and I don't feel supported in this by the systems and processes in place."
There are a lot of options on the market when it comes to choosing a contraceptive method, and now there’s one more to add to the list: Natural Cycles, an app that claims it can help prevent pregnancy. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved marketing for the app, which is the first of its kind to be used as a method of contraception, the agency announced in a press release. The app contains an algorithm that calculates the days of the month a woman is likely to be fertile based on her daily body temperature readings and the information she shares about her menstrual cycle.
"It's so specific for everyone and I tried many different things but honestly it was just a fluke that I found something that worked," wrote Ellie Mahan.