At least one organization has seen more
Some women making appointments say they are worried about Trump's promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, said Dr.
"People are legitimately worried that they might lose their insurance," Whitaker said.
Trump hasn't fully detailed how he'd like to replace the law or how contraceptive coverage might be affected. But his recent pick to head the
"It can last through a time of not having insurance," Whitaker said.
Without insurance or other discounts, IUDs can cost anywhere from
"I think people are just being prepared and being smart," Lynn said.
The quest for birth control following Trump's election isn't unique to
"There is real concern from folks about losing their coverage of birth control, which a lot of people don't even always connect with the Affordable Care Act," George said. "They don't realize this was a major component of the law."
"A lot of people in
She noted, however, that the
More than half of
George, with the
"A woman's ability to control the timing and spacing of children we also know has huge impacts on her economic stability, her ability to pursue employment prospects and her ability to pursue education opportunities as well, so we see this not just as a health issue but as an economic security issue as well," George said.
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