Birth Control's Next Frontier? Health Center Aims For Quick And Easy IUDs And Implants
If they're so effective, why aren't more women using IUDs and implants? A health clinic in Worcester is getting help to put better birth control front and center -- particularly long-acting birth control, in hopes of cutting the high rate of unintended pregnancy.
Coming To A Clinic Near You: The $50 IUD With A Fascinating Backstory
There's a cheap new IUD on the block: the Liletta. Its entire purpose is to help address the class gaps in birth control, and make IUDs, which can cost $1,000 or more, affordable to all. The Liletta is also part of a major shift in American birth control back toward IUDs.