Though many may now be debating the morality and ethics of bringing children into the world during its current questionable state, that鈥檚 not the only reason to make some serious (and immediate) decisions regarding your birth control. Here鈥檚 why Trump being elected as the next President may mean you should consider getting an IUD鈥 like NOW.

Holding an IUD birth control device in hand

So what鈥檚 the worry? Well, it soon might be much harder to get birth control.

Donald Trump was very clearly pro-life during his campaign (despite saying he was pro-choice in the past), and on top of that, Trump鈥檚 future VP, Mike Pence, is well-known for his record of voting to restrict women鈥檚 healthcare.

With birth-control pills currently free under the Affordable Care Act, Trump has said that he will ask Congress to repeal this on the first day of his administration. That means funding and access to other forms of birth control like IUDs could be on the chopping block.

That鈥檚 why folks are advising those who don鈥檛 want to get pregnant to take care of their birth control needs before the de-funding and restrictions kick into action.

Although some people think you should get the sitch taken care of NOW鈥

You can even get an IUD that lasts longer than Trump will be in office鈥

It鈥檚 definitely something to consider if you鈥檙e not keen on getting pregnant or having to fight for birth control.

Will you be rushing to get an IUD before Trump makes it so that you鈥檙e unable to? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(h/t The Cut; photos via Getty)