Revealing the challenges to choice

The most obvious way to prevent an unintended pregnancy — aside from abstaining from sex, which, as explained (see page 42), is not “fail-safe” — is to use contraception, and a wide range of safe and effective methods of contraception have been developed. While all forms of contraception are subject to method failure, this accounts for a comparatively small proportion of all unintended pregnancies. Challenges with consistent and correct use also play an important role. But the biggest issue, by far, is the unmet need for contraception.

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