contraceptive method

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contraceptive method

any act, device, or medication for avoiding conception or a viable pregnancy. See also cervical cap, condom, diaphragm, intrauterine device, natural family planning method, oral contraceptive, spermatocide, sterilization.

Patient discussion about contraceptive method

Q. Does it exist a Birth Control Shot for men?

A. No. Currently there are no available medications for birth control for men. However, there are several other methods, including barrier methods (condom) and more irreversible ones (e.g. vasectomy) which may require a treatment by a surgeon.

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Q. BIRTH CONTROL how many types are there?

A. HI doctor-you forgot one--THE CELL PHONE RADIATION,next time you go out on a date dont forget your cell phone and a piece of string.HA HA ---mrfoot56

Q. how long after i have stop taking birth control pills can i get pregnant?

A. After you stop taking the pill, you may have only a two-week delay before you ovulate again. Once ovulation resumes, you can become pregnant. If this happens during your first cycle off the pill, you may not have a period at all. However, although possible, this scenario isn't likely.

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The entry requirements of the research included using one contraceptive method, being supported by one of the health centers of Shahrekord and individual desire.
1) Overall, one-third of the women who underwent a legal abortion did not receive any information afterward on effective contraceptive methods (hormonal methods, the IUD, implants and female or male sterilization), and more than half did not receive such contraceptives.
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As mentioned above, condoms and oral contraceptives are the two most commonly used contraceptive methods among young women in Canada.
The researchers also used annual pregnancy rates for each contraceptive method to calculate the estimated numbers of unplanned pregnancies and abortions that would be avoided if more women who relied on highly effective contraceptive methods concurrently used condoms.
Women switching to a less effective contraceptive method may be at greater risk for a pregnancy that is both unintended and may have serious health consequences.
Factors that determine prevalence of use of contraceptive methods for men.
A client's choice of contraceptive method and use may be influenced by many factors.
This report talks about the contraceptives market, highlighting the various contraceptive methods used.
The major drivers behind the growing intrauterine contraceptive devices market in North America include increasing rate of unplanned pregnancies, effective contraceptive method, and less side effects when compared to other contraceptive methods.
Eighty-seven percent of women planned to use a contraceptive method in the future, and 43% reported wanting no more children.
All interventions used a strategy that combined maximising human resources through task-shifting, expanding service delivery options and expanding the contraceptive method mix.