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Children's National Health System's Kathy Woodward, MD, shares her insight on how adolescents can use long acting reversible contraceptives to avoid unintended pregnancy.For more information, go to: www.childrensnational.org
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In this video, Kathy Woodward, MD, shares her insight on how adolescents can use long-acting reversible contraceptives to avoid unintended pregnancy, specifically the single implant rod and intra-uterine device.