What is a LARC?
Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) include IUCs - Mirena, ParaGard and Skyla - as well as the implant, Implanon. These birth control methods last between 3-12 years and are over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy.
What LARCs are Available?
Why Choose a LARC?
Unintended pregnancy rates in the United States continue to be higher than other industrialized nations. With an effectiveness rate of over 99%, Long Acting Reversible Contraception can significantly reduce the rate of unintended pregnancy. LARCs are long lasting, highly effective and reversible. Once inserted by a clinician, LARCs do not require further maintenance. LARCs offer birth control that women can forget all about.