Some Women Worried About Birth Control Access Following Presidential Election

In social media posts, women have been warning each other that their access to birth control might dwindle once the president-elect takes office.

Donald Trump promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

The law mandates that insurers provide coverage for all FDA approved birth control methods without co-payment or coinsurance.

Without that mandate, women may have to pay for their birth control.

Neither Trump nor Congress have revealed a detailed plan of what would replace the ACA.

For now, the Affordable Care Act is in place and enrollment will still be available through January 31.