US researchers reckon that intrauterine devices (IUDs) are more effective in preventing an unplanned pregnancy than emergency birth control pills.
A team of experts at Princeton looked into 42 previous studies conducted over the last three and half decades and concluded that with a failure rate of 0.09%, intrauterine devices may be the most effective emergency contraceptive option around.
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