Women's use of emergency contraception could signal abuse

Domestic violence victims are more likely to make multiple requests for ECP, study finds
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Women experiencing domestic violence are more than twice as likely as those in the general population to seek out the emergency contraceptive pill (ECP), a UK study finds. 

The analysis of 200,000 medical records also shows that women experiencing abuse are nearly 50% more likely to make multiple requests for emergency contraception than age-matched counterparts.