Thanks to modern science, we now have lots of options for family planning. Aside from regular check-ups with our respective ob-gyns, condoms and birth control pills have become regulars on our list of must-buys.

Despite the advancement in science and in thought, however, there are some who think that condoms are a thing of the past and that birth control pills are too much of a hassle to take. If you happen to share this opinion, you do have another option: injectable contraceptives. They might not be as common as other forms of contraceptives, but they are starting to become more and more popular. To give you an idea of what they are, here are a few things to take note of:

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