What does your bedroom look like?
How many alarms does it take for you to wake up?
It’s time to get ready for the day, what’s your morning routine like?
It’s a typical Tuesday. What’s for lunch?
Heading back home. What’s your ride home looking like?
How do you unwind after a long day?
Time to hang out with the girls! How excited are you?
What are you bringing to eat/drink for girls night?
How would your friends describe you?
It’s lights out, what are you doing?
Are you thinking about having a baby anytime soon?
Based on your answers, these are your results:
If you live by your calendar, set reminders for yourself to do things and have a sharp memory for details, the Pill is a no-brainer. You may always be on-the-go, but when it comes to taking care of your reproductive health, you’ve got it covered, down to the date and time. The Pill is most effective when taken at the same time every day, so you’ve got this! Bonus: the Pill is one of the oldest modern methods available, so there are lots of options to pick from with varying levels of hormones. Learn More About The Pill
The NuvaRing or The Patch
Maybe you’re not exactly a routine person. Maybe you like to put the little things on auto so you can hustle after your big dreams. If you’re the kind of person who will go to Target for one thing but end up treating yourself to a whole cart, The NuvaRing and The Patch are great options. They can be part of your everyday routine but still let you do your own thing, and you only have to think about them every 3-4 weeks to apply & remove them. No alarms. No reminders. No oops moments. Learn More About The NuvaRing Learn More About The Patch
You love your independence, so you need to know your birth control has your back. The shot is a great option if you’re looking to just take one trip to the doctor’s and not have to go for a while. You get to live your best life while not having to worry about unwanted pregnancies for 3 months. Learn More About The Shot
The IUD or The Nexplanon
Living in the moment is what you’re all about. You may not have a step-by-step plan for your goals, but you know having a baby isn’t one of them, at least for a few years. That’s why the IUD and the Nexplanon (arm implant) are great options for you. These methods are called LARC (long-acting, reversible contraception) and are usually called the “set it and forget it” methods. Nexplanon lasts up to 3 years and IUDs can last from 3-10 years, depending on which one you opt for. Continue living a life of surprises (without any surprise babies) and doing what you love. Learn More About The IUD Learn More About The Nexplanon