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This updated document replaces the previous ACOG Practice Bulletin on LARC, and expands on prior recommendations on the use of intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants.
The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has more than 950 members throughout Georgia and has been active since 1951. Run by a volunteer statewide Board of Directors composed of OBGyn physician members, the Society engages in a number of services and activities to serve members including: advocacy for members, advocacy for women’s health and continuing medical education.Learn More