Take the Quiz: Is SWC a good fit for me?
In less than 5 minutes, you can answer this short quiz, and know if Smart Women’s Choice fits your unique circumstances. Simply choose True or False for each statement, and add up your true statements on your fingers.
1. I have experienced frustrating side effects from my birth control method, and I’m ready to try something else or I am seeking birth control for the first time and want to begin with a natural, hormone-free option.
2. I am currently in a safe, committed relationship.
3. I am not concerned about protecting myself form sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in my relationship.
4. Just like other things that are important to me for my health and well-being, I will develop a ritual to remember to use my new birth control each time I have sex.
5. I do not rely on my current birth control to manage any other conditions or symptoms.
6. I am comfortable with my body and can insert a contraceptive into my vagina. Or, I am willing to learn to insert a contraceptive into my vagina.
7. I have not experienced childbirth or pregnancy loss in the past six months.*
Now, count up the number of items you marked as true:
3-4 True Statements: SWC may still be a good fit for you.
Please check out our FAQ’s to learn some more about Smart Women’s Choice.
1-2 True Statements: SWC may not be the best birth control option for you at this time, or it may serve you well as a complimentary method.
Check out our FAQ’s or send us a message. These questions provide general guidelines to help you determine if SWC is a good fit for your unique needs. Every woman is different and we have based these questions on how SWC works and feedback from thousands of women.
We welcome connecting with you and answering specific questions you may have.
*Women who have experienced childbirth or pregnancy loss within the past six months may be more likely to experience temporary irritation from Smart Women’s Choice.
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