In Section 7, we introduce a logarithmic barrier method
for finding a local solution to problem (2).
Those who declined were counseled and taught the usage of OCPs and barrier method
of contraception (condoms, etc.).
The female condom is the only barrier method
that is initiated by the receptive partner and protects against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV, and unintended pregnancy.
CONCLUSIONS: Findings suggest that female condoms empower women to initiate barrier method
use, and that programs designed to educate potential users about female condoms and familiarize them with the method may be useful.
The most frequent method of contraception in this age group was using an intrauterine method (65%), a barrier method
(26%), and physiological method (8.7%).
Base on the previous analysis, we introduce the barrier method
to locate the global optimal solution, which is a representative technique from the class of interior point methods.
[ClickPress, Fri Nov 14 2014] A condom is a barrier method
commonly used during sexual intercourse that reduces the chances of pregnancy and the spread of STDs and AIDS.
4) Knowledge regarding RTI/STI was evaluated; women were evaluated on the ability to name at least 2 symptoms of RTI/ STI, mode of spread of infection, prevention through barrier method
of contraception, importance of perineal hygiene in prevention and possibility of maternal to child transmission.
If the hormonal contraception you have been using is giving you unwanted side-effects you may wish to change the type of Pill or try a temporary barrier method
One benefit of the barrier method
is availability: Condoms and spermicides can be purchased over the counter (without a prescription).
The condom is a barrier method
and is presently the only form of male contraception.
Out of this proportion, pills and barrier method
were used in most patients.