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Ask Ang 1/29: Periods While on the Pill

Is it normal to stop having your period after a while on the birth control pill? I’ve been on the pill well over a year, have never had vaginal intercourse (so I’m not pregnant), but haven’t gotten a period in 4 months, and often spot while on the active pills. Is the birth control even working?​ Depending on the kind of birth control pill you’re taking, it’s totally normal for your period to stop or become irregular. This can happen naturally or if you miss doses. According to Healthline, if you’re taking continuous birth control pills (like Seasonale, Seasonique, or Yaz), you should expect to miss periods. For this variety, you take active pills for three months, followed by a week of inac

Ask Ang 1/22: Navigating a Latex Allergy in the Bedroom

I recently started being sexually active and I'm concerned that I have a latex allergy. How do I navigate this? While full-blown, serious latex allergies are relatively rare, present in less than 1% of the population, mild reactions to latex are more common. If you think you have a latex allergy, or any negative reaction to latex, the first step is to stop using any latex products, both for sexual activities and more broadly in everyday life. Symptoms of a latex allergy include itching, redness, and swelling on areas of the skin that come into contact with the latex. More serious symptoms can include difficulty breathing, coughing, sneezing, etc. When dealing with latex condoms these symptom


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