Preventing Suprise Pregnancy after Baby (HD). For women who aren’t hoping to become pregnant, long-acting reversible contraceptives, or ‘LARCs’ have been around for decades. Now, many states are mandating that doctors offer them at the hospital after a woman has a baby. Salena Zanotti, M.D., explains.
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