Delaware Works Decisively to Decrease Unintended Pregnancy

July 29, 2016 • Daily Email Recap

Will Delaware Become the Next Birth-Control Utopia?
Do you want to become pregnant in the next year?
It’s a telling question, and one that women of reproductive age in Delaware will be asked at doctor’s appointments going forward, even at primary care providers.
“If the answer is yes, then great; we can get them into preconception care right away, which is fabulous,” says Mark Edwards, co-founder of Upstream USA, a nonprofit that trains healthcare providers on how to prescribe the full range of birth control, including how to place and remove intrauterine devices and implants. “But if the answer is no, then it kicks off a conversation about contraception.”

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