Want long-term contraception? There are more effective options than the pill. But they can be hard to find
By Deborah Bateson, Professor of Practice, University of Sydney
Kathleen McNamee, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Monash University
Fewer than one in 100 people who use IUDs and contraceptive implants become pregnant each year, making them the most effective contraceptives. But they can be difficult to access. Here’s why.
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- Thursday, June 1st 2023