While we hear people preaching safe sex constantly, it’s less common to hear the reality that practicing safe sex isn’t so simple after all. Why? Finding your perfect form of birth control right away is unrealistic and can be a long, drawn out process.
I don’t know about you, but I despise buying pregnancy tests at the drugstore. From the high prices to the unnecessarily confusing instructions to the anxiety of running into someone at the checkout, it’s not a pleasant experience.
Sometimes, the only thing worse than getting your period is not getting your period. Every woman can relate to being late and immediately thinking they were pregnant (hello, drama). Whether you’re trying to get pregnant or not, missing a period is without a doubt an emotional experience and we’re here to help you stay calm, cool, and collected during this turbulent time.
From when to take a pregnancy test to how to take a pregnancy test, it can all feel a little overwhelming and confusing. While at-home tests are over 99% accurate and easy to read, they can still be a confusing experience that you don’t want to mess up.
Self care is very trendy these days, and we’re into it. There’s a lot out there on how to make self care a part of your daily routine (what’s up, essential oils), but how about incorporating self care into your sex life?
We talked with a handful of our customers to learn what helps them take care of themselves in bed. Here’s what we learned.
Buying a pregnancy test can be confusing, because every brand boasts some type of early-detection. But what does early-detection mean? And how early can you tell if you’re pregnant? Early-detection is a term used to describe a pregnancy test that is extremely sensitive to levels of hCG (the pregnancy hormone). Early-detection tests can actually detect pregnancy before your period is due!
In the age of Instagram, it’s easy to scroll through your feed and see endless baby announcements and sweet first birthday photoshoots. What you don’t see are posts from friends who are struggling to conceive, seeing one negative pregnancy test after the other. In fact, about ten percent of women struggle to conceive. This means that someone you love is going through it.