Long acting reversible contraception (LARC) use among teens and young adults has increased dramatically over the last 15 years. Sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates have increased each year between 2013-2017, with young women (15-24) bearing a large portion of the disease burden. Previous studies have demonstrated decreased condom use among LARC users. This and other factors may increase the risk of STI acquisition.
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