Implants & IUDs: Easy Birth Control That Works
Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are safe and highly effective at preventing unintentional pregnancy. LARCs require little to no maintenance and last for 3 to 10 years. Health care providers, educators and clinicians increasingly encourage people to consider LARCs as a birth control method. With this pamphlet you'll be able to explain that these methods are easy and effective, and address concerns about lingering myths about IUDs.
- Explains why implants and IUDs are good choices for young people
- Emphasizes how effectively they prevent pregnancy
- Notes there are very few health risks for most people
- Addresses common myths
- Encourages using condoms to protect against STD