New Birth Control web site http://www.mybirthcontrolstore.com is launched for birth control awareness
September 04, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsWomen’s Healthcare Association (WHC) has launched the new birth control website http://www.mybirthcontrolstore.com for women interested knowing about birth control information, methods and medication available in U.S. The objective is to make more informative for women specially those who might feel embarrassed to talk about their unwanted pregnancy problems as well as keep them updated with necessary information on birth control mediation and treatment available.
“ U.S. contraceptive market is growing steadily with oral contraceptive market has already crossed the annual $2.5 billion business. With an estimation, twelve million women in U.S. are using birth control pills, patches and other methods to avoid unwanted pregnancy or cure menstrual problems”, Samantha Campbell, executive media director informed. “Today’s women are more fortunate to have better knowledge about the pregnancy and birth control methods available to them by sitting in the comfort of their homes with few clicks but women in the past, when the internet was unknown, could imagine how difficult it was to get birth control information either for pills, drugs, treatment, methods, family planning and much more. It was also socially not comfortable for women to even talk about it,” she added.
“At http://www.mybirthcontrolstore.com, we will try to keep our members informed about the new birth control methods available to them and even how to avoid pregnancy without medicines and surgery i.e with the help of family planning. Today’s women have become very health conscious and when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or HIV/AIDS, it becomes inevitable to know how to remain safe from these life-threatening diseases”, Samantha Campbell explained.”
This online birth control information site is created to provide information on birth control, birth control medicines, treatment, emergency contraceptive methods and options to avoid unplanned pregnancy. Please visit the site to know about the birth control methods.