You did everything right—you had your telehealth visit, you considered all your birth control options, and you ordered one for delivery to your door. There’s just one problem: your delivery is late. We know that when you don’t have the birth control you’re relying on, it can be incredibly stressful. So here are five things to keep in mind if your birth control delivery is delayed:
In my practice, I have heard from a lot of people about their worries and concerns about birth control. There are some really common misconceptions out there about birth control, and in celebration of Thanks, Birth Control Day, I want to clear some of them up.