In partnership with the NHS, The Lowdown have created a myth busting guide to cervical screening, complete with answers to the questions you might be more embarrassed to ask before your appointment.
Is the morning after pill safe to use? The short answer is yes, but here’s the lowdown on why it’s not bad for you, and how to take it effectively.
Does the morning after pill affect your menstrual cycle? If you’re worried about the side effects on your period after taking the morning after pill, here’s the lowdown…
Bleeding or spotting after taking the morning after pill is listed as a side effect, but what else do you need to know? Here’s the lowdown…
Is there a better morning after pill? Get the lowdown on the effectiveness of different morning after pills, and which one may be best suited to you.
Can you take the morning after pill too often, or only take it a limited number of times? Spoiler alert: no. Here’s the lowdown on how many times you can take the morning after pill…
If you’re not sure where to buy the morning after pill, who can buy it or even just how to ask for it, get the lowdown in our complete guide to getting the morning after pill.
Preventing unplanned pregnancy is a shared responsibility between partners – long term or otherwise. So here’s what your partner needs to know about contraception, how it can affect you, and when you’re most likely to get pregnant.
In partnership with the NHS we sat down with Reproductive Immunologist Dr Viki Male, and Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Dr Fatima Husain, to discuss the latest research on the COVID-19 vaccine, fertility and periods. Here’s what we learned.
How many non hormonal contraceptive methods are actually out there? From condoms and the copper coil, to fertility awareness methods and Natural Cycles – here’s the lowdown on non hormonal contraception.