With the ACA& birth control coverage requirement under threat, a nonprofit is offering a cheaper, FDA-approved hormonal IUD to compete with Bayer& offerings.
Finally catching up with women in other countries, many sexually active American women are now selecting the IUD as their preferred method of long-term birth control.
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women will soon have another option when looking for long-acting reversible birth control (that's LARC for short). Today, the FDA approved the Liletta intrauterine device, a hormonal IUD that's already in use in Europe. Like the hormonal IUDs.