HB 40 - State Abortion Insurance / Public Aid Act - ACTION ALERT Status: Passed the House and Senate, now goes to the Governor Sum...
March 24, 2016
Women on IUDs and LARCs more likely to have multiple abortions: new study
Upending years of widely accepted talking points from Planned Parenthood and the Obama administration, a study has found that post-abortive women who use long-acting contraceptives like the IUD or Depo-Provera are nearly twice as likely to have a repeat abortion than women who use no birth control at all.
Women who had IUDs or long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) implanted before they left the operating room had a 1.78 higher chance of having a repeat abortion within two years than women who did not, it concluded.