Despite there being over 15 different birth control options that are currently FDA approved, there is still significant room for improvement in these devices. According to the CDC, 47% of women who have used at least one method of contraception have discontinued using a method due to dissatisfaction. The idea is to reimagine the non-hormonal copper IUD to become a more uterus friendly shape, and to expand on the current attempts to improve IUDs by creating a biodegradable option to eliminate the need for a second invasive procedure. Ideally, this would be expanded to provide customizable options as no uterus is the same or requires the same remedy.

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