P62| Volume 92, ISSUE 4, P381, October 2015

The intimate link: sexual functioning and well-being among new IUD and contraceptive implant users

      Objectives: Although contraception is designed expressly for sexual activity, investigations of contraceptives' effects on sexual well-being are lacking — especially for highly effective reversible methods. This ongoing longitudinal study assesses sexual satisfaction and functioning among women initiating IUDs or contraceptive implants.
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