Study: Use of long-acting reversible contraception spiked after 2016 election

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In a study published this week in JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers reported that use of long-acting reversible contraception increased in the month following the 2016 presidential election.

Adjusting for seasonal trends and patient characteristics, the researchers from Brigham & Women’s Hospital found that insertion of contraceptives such as intrauterine devices increased by 21.6% after the election of President Donald Trump.

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