Seven Resources on Supporting Women's Health


Exploring Nonhormonal and Integrative Options for Birth Control

Birth control pills are an easy-to-use medication taken at the same time daily, according to Planned Parenthood, and when used perfectly, it’s 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy. So, it’s no surprise that the pill is usually conventional medicine’s first-line method of birth control.

However, according to Kaely McDevitt, RD, founder of KaelyRD, a virtual private practice specializing in hormone balance and digestive health based out of Huntington Beach, California, there are a host of side effects that can come along with the pill that often go unaddressed in doctor-patient conversations.

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