YouTube videos on contraceptive implants mostly accurate, mostly positive

By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) – The internet is not necessarily a bad place to find information about long-term birth control implants, a study suggests. Young women looking online for information about these devices are likely to find YouTube videos that are fairly accurate and mostly recount positive experiences by implant users, researchers report. Information from internet sites like YouTube can be a good starting place for women considering the implants, who can then discuss more personal choices with their doctors, the study team writes in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.
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