10 Facts Women Should Know on World Contraception Day

Access to contraception is a human right. Women have the right to choose if, when, and how many children they want to have. 

Contraception is a Human Right

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There are Many Types of Contraception

Women should talk to their healthcare provider to determine which method is best for them.

Prevent Unplanned Pregnancies

Using contraception consistently and correctly can significantly reduce the risk of unintended pregnancy. 

Contraception Can Improve Health Outcomes

Using contraception can improve health outcomes for women, including reducing the risk of maternal mortality and improving overall reproductive health. 

Emergency Contraception is Available

Women should talk to their healthcare provider or pharmacist about their options. 

Contraception Can be Affordable

Women can also access contraception through family planning clinics and other community resources. 

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