Sarah Toler, DNP
Sarah is a science writer for Clue and a Certified Nurse Midwife and Doctor of Nursing Practice. In addition to sexual and reproductive health, she specializes in mental health, particularly perinatal and postpartum mood disorders.
How coronavirus impacts pregnancy, breastfeeding, and postpartum
Here’s the latest research on how coronavirus might impact pregnant people and their babies.
How different types of hormonal birth control affect your mental health
We read the research on how hormonal birth control can affect mood and mental health and broke down the findings for each type.
Does Coronavirus (COVID-19) affect your periods or cycle health?
The COVID-19 epidemic is impacting individuals around the world, and we address the concerns you might have about how it could affect your period.
Does hormonal birth control reduce cramps and period pain??
Hormonal birth control methods like the pill, the IUD, and the implant can help with cramps. Plus, non-hormonal ways to manage pain, like heat and...
Here are all of your hormonal birth control options
Side effects, efficacy, risks, and benefits of the implant, the intrauterine device (IUD), the shot, the pill, the ring and the patch.
How every method of hormonal contraception affects your period
Here’s the latest research on the changes in menstrual bleeding patterns for the birth control pill, the patch, the ring, the IUD, the shot, and...
When to stop taking hormonal birth control if you want to get pregnant
How long it takes to get pregnant after going off birth control methods like the pill, shot, implant, and the IUD.
Seed Cycling: I tried it. (And dug into the research on whether it works.)
Seed cycling is an alternative medicine practice believed to support hormonal balance. There isn't any data to support its use but it's probably not harmful.