Despite IUD side effects, more teenage girls are using intrauterine devices for pregnancy prevention, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). According to the report, 7.1 percent of teens who were using birth control were using IUDs or implants compared to just 0.4 percent of teens in 2005. And, these methods varied widely by state. For example, in 2013, more than a quarter of teenagers who used birth control in Colorado chose IUDs or implants compared to just 0.7 percent in Mississippi. IUDs are implanted in a woman’s cervix and, depending on the brand, ... Read More
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