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Providing comprehensive contraceptive services in primary care at a rural Federally Qualified Health Center in the USA: adapting to patient need in a culturally conservative, rural environment.

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Introduction In the USA, approximately 45% of pregnancies are unintended. Accessing quality contraceptives can be a barrier for some individuals, especially low-income, uninsured, minority or younger women. These problems are exacerbated in rural areas{1}. Integrating contraceptive services into primary care is an approach to ensure that sexually active women receive access to contraceptives.