Female sterilization

Female sterilization

The process of permanently ending a woman's ability to conceive by tying off or cutting apart the Fallopian tubes.
Mentioned in: Tubal Ligation
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It is more common place than female sterilization in five countries of the world, namely: Bhutan, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Great Britain4.
Considered individual methods, female sterilization was the most popular among the participants being 22.75%.
Table 2 features a comparison of two pamphlets, Vasectomy (Family Planning, 2000) and Female Sterilization, (Couple to Couple League, 2018) that are similar in length and content.
Female sterilization is the most common method of contraception worldwide, and the second most common contraceptive method used in the United States.
In the Surveillance Summary "Disparities in Preconception Health Indicators--Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2013-2015, and Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 2013-2014," on page 7, the second sentence under the heading "Postpartum Use of Contraception (PRAMS)" should have read "The most effective methods (i.e., male or female sterilization, implant, and intrauterine device) have a failure rate that is <1% with typical use, and moderately effective methods (shot, pill, patch, ring or diaphragm) include those with typical failure rates of 6%-12%."
Traditional method includes mostly unorthodox means, while modern methods of contraception include pill, injection, implants, female sterilization, male sterilization, female condom, male condom, intrauterine device, diaphragm, foam/jelly, and emergency contraception..
Modern methods include female sterilization, non-scalpel vasectomy, intrauterine device, injectables, implant pills, condoms, standard days method, basal body temperature, cervical mucus method, sympto-thermal method and lactational amenorrhea method while the traditional methods include rhythm, withdrawal, and folk methods.
Vasectomy - about 1 in 2,000 men can become fertile again after the operation Source: NHS Condoms 98%Diaphragms and caps 92-96% The combined contraceptive pill 99.5% Contraceptive injection 99% Contraceptive implants 99% IUD - coil 99%+ Contraceptive patch 99%+ Female sterilization 99.5%
(4,5) That means that six in 10 female contraceptive users relied on other methods: female sterilization or a male partner's sterilization; hormonal or copper IUDs; hormonal methods including the injectable, the ring, the patch and the implant; and behavioral methods, such as withdrawal and fertility awareness-based methods.
Among the permanent methods, both male and female sterilization options are available in India.
Frustrated demand for postpartum female sterilization in Brazil.