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Long-acting Reversible Contraception

Known commonly as LARCs, long acting reversible contraceptive devices can provide greater than 99 percent effective birth control for up to 10 years. In this Children's Channel video, Jessica Castonguay, DO, an adolescent medicine physician at Akron Children's, discusses the different options and encourages women to work with their health care provider to determine what is right for them.

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