Unplanned pregnancies are at a 30-year low — and IUDs are mostly to thank – Vox


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Unplanned pregnancies are at a 30-year low — and IUDs are mostly to thank
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Since 2007, researchers have seen a sharp rise in long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), such as intrauterine devices and implants. These forms of birth control last for years once inserted and prevent pregnancy for more than 99 percent of users.

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