Demand for IUDs reportedly surging with Trump – CNN Video
Women “are desperately concerned that they might lose their access to health care,” says Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards appeared on CNN Monday to discuss the upcoming GOP onslaught on reproductive rights. According to Richards, the organization has seen a "900 percent increase in women trying to get into Planned Parenthood to get an IUD. They’re desperately concerned that they might lose their access to healthcare and they know that Planned Parenthood is the place that can provide it."
According to Richards, many women are terrified that they'll lose access to this and other crucial forms of birth control, whether through defunding Planned Parenthood or repealing Obamacare.