When I saw this article I wasn't surprised. I spent a good chunk of my early twenties taking the birth control pill. I loved it. I knew exactly when my period was coming and for how many days. It didn't care that I really had no need for the pill, except that without it I rarely menstruated and my doctor thought that it was a good idea.
Now, however, if I needed birth control, I would definitely choose an IUD. I have a couple friends who have one and they don't get their period at all. That sounds marvelous. No tampons; no cramps; no oopsies I forgot and sprinting to the bathroom.
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