- Short interval pregnancies are associated with poor neonatal outcomes.1
- The postpartum (PP) period is an ideal time for LARC prevention of short interval pregnancy.2
- 29% of patients at our clinic admitted not using contraception 4-6 months postpartum.3
Recommended CitationBerger, MD, Agatha; Hinz, MD, Erica; Lackritz, MD, Katherine; and Woodhams, MD, MSc, Elisabeth, "Does a Contraceptive Bridge Method Affect Rates of Postpartum IUD Placement in a Resident Urban Clinic?" (2014). Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology-Faculty, Presentations and Grand Rounds. Paper 4.