Ask any woman about birth control and you'll most likely get an extended lesson in trial and error. The truth is most of us have tried them all--the pill, Nuva-ring, the patch, condoms--in an effort to find "the one." For young women you can now add the IUD (intrauterine device) to the list thanks to a growing contraceptive trend influenced by a 2005 FDA ruling that allowed young, single women to get the device. To some an IUD seems an obvious choice for young women as they're often the least monogamous and most likely to not stick to one birth control method, especially between partners... Read More: What's Going On Down There? Confusion Among Young Adults and ContraceptionMore Teens Having Sex Before "The Talk"