Selecting the Best Contraceptive Methods: A Sexual Health Perspective
May 26, 2016•14 min
Host: Michael Krychman, MD The primary purpose of contraception is to separate sex from procreation. However, sexual function is rarely addressed or considered in the context of making contraceptive choices. Dr. Michael Krychman speaks with Dr. Rachel Perry, Assistant Professor of OB/GYN at the University of California-Irvine, about the various complex sexual health impacts of oral contraceptives, IUDs, condoms, and permanent sterilization procedures.