Women across the country are not waiting to see what President-elect Donald Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress decide on health care policy. 

Just as Trump's election spurred an increase in people enrolling in Affordable Care Act marketplace plans, it also appears to have inspired many women to get IUDs or stock up on other contraceptives before the ACA, which requires insurers to cover the full cost of birth control, is scrapped. 

While Republicans have indicated an interest in keeping certain provisions of the ACA, such as one that bars insurers from denying coverage based on pre-existing conditions, they will be under pressure from religious conservatives to ditch any contraception mandate. 

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