"The men and women of our country will never be forgotten." With these words, he began his speech Donald Trump just become the president of U.S. With a conciliatory tone and surrounded by his family, he promised to recover the American dream. What he did not know then is that his words would have a more sexual than political effect. Attentive: during the 30 days after his election, the acquisition of long-acting reversible contraceptive methods increased considerably. That is, they are those designed to protect a woman from pregnancy for a long period of time, they are more effective because they do not depend on a periodicity and are reversible because their effect disappears as soon as they leave. The reason for such "boom "? The fear of women to access them if the new Executive repealed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The study, published in the journal "Jama", compares the use of the contraceptive system, the intrauterine device (IUD) and the intrauterine system (SIU) during the month after and before the voting, as well as with the same period of time. in 2015. At that time, the rate of use of these prophylactics was 12.9 women per 100,000 before the elections and of 13.7 women after them. In the case of 2016, something similar happened. Trump said: "I am your voice"; "Only I can fix the system"; "I will fight for you" and, almost immediately, the rates went from 13.4 to 16.3. In both cases, the authors found "significant limitations" having studied only those women who had commercial health insurance.