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Upcoming Focus Group: Women with Birth Control Experiences (Online & Phone)

In our ongoing work to empower Health Activists, we are holding Community Insight Groups – online focus groups – for people who are active contributors to the online birth control community.

We are holding focus groups in July for women who are currently using birth control, or have in the past. All participants will receive a $25 Amazon.com gift certificate. If you are interested, please stay tuned for details. The confirmed date and next steps will be posted soon.

Please note: These groups will take one hour and are held remotely. Participants can join from anywhere in the country, but will required to be online and on the phone at the same time.

For additional information please contact us.

Did you miss this month’s Women’s Health Newsletter? Read more about the “feature conversation” going on now in the Women’s Health Group.

Are menstrual periods a thing of the past? With so many new oral contraceptives on the market promising fewer periods, this question has sparked an interesting discussion about women’s health. Do we need our periods? What are the costs and benefits of taking a pill to eliminate them?

» What do you think? Join the conversation
» Have questions or info to share about Birth Control? Join the Women’s Health Group

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    Yaz has been linked to a number of adverse medical events such as stroke and heart attack. This site has some good information on the issue: http://www.yaz-may-cause-strokes.com/

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    This bears repeating: The birth control pill, Yaz, has been linked to a number of adverse reactions, including strokes and lawsuits are growing over these issues. Here is some good information: http://www.yaz-may-cause-strokes.com/

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