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INTRODUCTION Intrauterine devices (IUDs) are used by only 5.6% of contraceptive users in the United States. One barrier to IUD uptake is fear of pain during insertion, particularly among nulliparous women. Many interventions to reduce pain during IUD insertion have proven unsuccessful. Comparisons of different tenaculae have not been previously reported. (More)
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