Women's Health Providers Prefer To Use IUDs For Their Own Birth Control

March 4, 2015 2:02 PM

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Women's Health Providers Prefer To Use IUDs For Their Own Birth Control

Trying to choose a method of birth control can make a woman feel as if she's drowning in a sea of hormones, latex and copper. But a new study might offer some clarity. It turns out that when it comes to birth control, women's health providers themselves prefer to use intrauterine devices, or IUDs.

The research, conducted in 2013 by Planned Parenthood and the Hospital of Cook County, Illinois, found that nearly 42 percent of female women's health providers said they prefer long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) for their own personal method of birth control. About 40 percent specificall...

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