The Pill — a term that refers to any one of the many different kinds of birth-control pills taken by women to ward off pregnancy — has been a boon to modern sexuality. Without worry of pregnancy before a woman is ready, it allows two people to enjoy sex for the pleasure of it, not for its procreation value.
But like any medication, the pill always has had side effects. In some women, those side effects are unbearable, and so another birth control method must be tried.
According to new research, the side effects also extend to a woman’s general enjoyment of sex itself. The new study, led by Craig Roberts and colleagues, conducted a survey of 2,519 women who had at least one child. The researchers asked the women about their relationship quality — including sex — with their child’s biological father.
What did they find?
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