New CORE study on contraception and sexual functioning, satisfaction, and well-being

In a new article in the Journal of Sex Research, CORE researchers Jenny Higgins, Renee Kramer, and Kelsey Wright partnered with David Turok and Jessica Sanders at the University of Utah to document the effect of various contraceptive methods on sexual functioning, satisfaction, and well-being. This unique study is based on data collected as part of the HER Salt Lake Contraceptive Initiative. Across methods, participants noted very few changes in sexual function or satisfaction. However, many perceived contraception-related changes to sexual well-being. You can read the full article here.