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The reversal of Roe v. Wade brought a flood of media attention covering the newly implemented trigger laws, the closing of abortion clinics and new challenges to women’s health. After covering how physicians are navigating this new legal landscape in our recent webinar, we conducted a followup patient study to gauge impact.


Patients are highly concerned, regardless of their current state abortion laws              


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Concerns over health & data privacy have increased since Roe v Wade's reversal

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Women have taken action with contraception changes


The top 5 contraception methods patients have recently asked doctors about:


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Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARCs) are becoming more common

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Permanent and semi-permanent options, while less common, are gaining traction

Demographics most likely to consider tubal ligation, ablation or hysterectomy:

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BIPOC* patients are seeing the greatest disparities

Black patients reported the highest rates of concern


Black patients also looking to other states for reproductive medical care at higher rates

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*BIPOC - Black, Indigenous, and people of color

*patient study conducted with 500 U.S. female patients ages 18-45


Want to know more? Watch our recent Roe v Wade webinar here.

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