A recent report from the Center for Disease Control outlines the percentage of heterosexually active women that have ever used birth control, the types they have used and trends in methods over the last three decades. The report, Contraceptive Methods Women Have Ever Used: United States, 1982-2012 shows that most (99%) use some form of fertility control at some point in their lives. The male condom, the pill, withdrawal and Depo-Prova are front runners, with Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) making a strong come back. Interesting reading for geeky, women's health or epidemiology buffs. ~Michelle