Women may not know their contraceptive options
In a recent Teva-sponsored survey
*Based on a July 2016 web-based survey of US women aged 22-34 years (N=197), where participants were asked about their attitudes about birth control that contains hormones. Respondents were required to be currently using birth control or have plans to use birth control in the next year. Repeat respondents within the previous 6 months were not permitted.
Your patients may be interested in learning about hormone-free contraception
†Based on a 2016 web-based survey of US women aged 18-45 years (N=3020) (Teva-sponsored in 2016, now owned by CooperSurgical)