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The consumer rights advocate wants the procedure taken off the market after reports of severe adverse side effects.
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The first of its kind in more than a decade, this new IUD is designed specifically for young women who have never had a baby or given birth.
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Although the IUD once got a bad rap for being unsafe, newer versions are the best form of birth control even for teens, doctors say.
For years, women have used birth control pills and other forms of contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy, but new methods might let men get in on the birth control game, too.