0:00 Welcome message and answering a question on types of pills
0:53 Answering a question about protection against STIs
1:24 Answering a question about forgetting a pill
2:05 The 'help' response
2:32 Debunking a myth
3:01 Goodbye message

Why do we need readily accessible FAQ on birth control pills?

Not enough pill users are sure of how to navigate using the pill

Lacking Sex Education

Only 22 states and the District of Columbia require that public schools teach sex education, and only 19 states require the curriculum be "medically accurate".

Growing Pill Users

67% of women who practice contraception currently use nonpermanent methods, primarily hormonal methods. The pill and female sterilization have been the two most commonly used methods since 1982.

Active Information Seekers

More people than ever are searching for information on birth control pills and seeking mythbusting information and FAQ.

Things you can say

Get a quick answer to all your questions

"I missed a pill"

"Are there different kinds of birth control pills?"

"Does birth control protect against STIs?"

"What if I take birth control pills while pregnant?"

"How effective are birth control pills?"

"Debunk a pill myth for me"

What's next?

- A daily reminder to take your pill, set for the time you choose
- Locating your nearest Planned Parenthood center
- Support for Echo Look

Available now on on the Alexa Skills store

Get the full experience on your Amazon Echo or other Alexa-enabled devices.

"Alexa, open Pill Pal"


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