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Om Bagade?, Vidya Pawar, Riddhi Patel, Bindiya Patel, Varsha Awasarkar, Sonali Diwate


Long-acting contraceptions are methods of birth control that provide effective contraception for an extended period without requiring user action. It includes injections, intrauterine devices (IUDs) and sub dermal implants. These are the most effective reversible methods of contraception because these do not depend on patient compliance. So their 'typical use' failure rates, at less than 1% per year, are about the same as 'perfect use' failure rates. In addition to being long-lasting, convenient, and well liked by users, they are very cost effective. Long-acting reversible contraception is recommended for adolescents to help decrease the teen pregnancy rate. LARCs are recommended for women of any age no matter how many times they have given birth. The advent of reversible long-acting contraceptives– IUDs, injectables and implants–has provided women throughout the world with valuable new fertility regulation options. These highly effective methods, together with male and female sterilization, have proven to be enormously popular and are now used by the majority of women and men who are currently contraception worldwide. Despite their safety and effectiveness they are underutilized: only 15.5% of women worldwide use IUDs and only 3.4% use sub dermal implants. Political, ethical, and safety questions have emerged, stemming from the ways in which these contraceptives have been developed and used over the course of this century. At par with the application of long acting contraceptives is concern one can duly think about the proper implementation and its usage and moreover make the women more understand the poles apart issues of reproductive rights and freedom so far.

Keywords: Long-acting reversible contraception, IUDs, Adolescent, Patient compliance

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