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Parshas Naso

Parshas Sotah

The innocent Sotah is put through a lot of suffering; after the agony of being mistrusted by her husband and the shame of being accused of the unthinkable, this woman is taken to Yerushalayim to be made into a spectacle. 430 more words

My Experience with Mirena IUD

I hate birth control.

I hate pills.

I hate not feeling “normal”.

Birth Control Journey Begins

I started on my birth control journey when I was 17; I was prescribed Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo for my acne. 904 more words

Scrunchy Motherhood

Pill problems :/

Is it just me or does being on the pill completely suck balls? I did not have this issue pre-motherhood, it is most definitely a shift in the hormonal levels combined with the pill that has caused such a drastic change in mood. 500 more words

Nexplanon

So I decided it was time for birth control 2 months after the birth of my son. I did a bit of research, (thanks Google) and chose to go the Nexplanon route. 282 more words

Birth Control

On the Road to Embryo Transfer

Has it really been a month since my last post? I could be cliche and say time flies when you’re having fun, but honestly the past month has been dragging by. 1,022 more words

“Take the Damn Thing Out:” Female Contraception, Embodiment, and Challenges to “Choice,” by Jamie O'Leary '19

(Jamie O’Leary ’19 wrote this as a final paper for GSS 305: Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, with Prof. Catherine Clune-Taylor.)

Female contraception has long been celebrated for giving women reproductive choice. 4,810 more words

Academic Writing

Decision Day

I went to my appointment today not fully knowing what was going to happen and what I was going to decide.

As the conversation got going my doctor made it very clear that she was a firm believer that there is no connection between the IUD and the ovarian cysts. 1,167 more words

Mirena