Long-term contraception more effective than pills
A large real-life test of birth control methods found more U.S. women got pregnant while using short-acting methods such as pills, patches and vaginal rings — and the failure rate was highest when they were used by women under age 21. Previous research had suggested more women have unintended pregnancies when they use contraception that requires daily or weekly use.
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