Ask an American woman in her 20s or 30s to define an IUD, and she might tell you about a roadside bomb instead of one of the oldest forms of FDA-approved contraception. In the late 1970s, this form of reversible contraception was used by nearly 10 percent of U.S. women on birth control. But today, […]

via Why more young women should start using IUDs. — Keep Women Healthy