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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Despite the availability of safe and effective contraceptive methods, unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) continue to be reproductive health concerns for women, [5] most often owing to a lack of knowledge regarding the use contraceptives.
4] The extent of acceptance of contraceptive methods still varies within societies and also among different castes and religious groups.
About 193 (64%) study participants were currently using at least one family planning method in an order of with drawl (24%), male condom (13%), and injectables (9%) while 10% don't know that their wives were currently using contraceptive methods or not.
The acceptance of contraceptive methods significantly increased with the increase of age (p < 0.
The only predictor of current use of contraceptive method was attainment of secondary school education; OR=1.
1) The WHA requires most private health plans to cover a set of recommended preventive services for women--including coverage for the full range of contraceptive methods, services and counseling--without any out-of-pocket costs for patients, such as copayments and deductibles.
5%) of never users did not know about a single modern contraceptive method, 148(41.
World Contraception Day brochures and flyers (#AFRIENDOFMINE) were distributed during the event to spread awareness about contraception with an aim to encourage consumers and patients to have a discussion and a dialogue with their respective healthcare provider on various contraceptive methods.
Among these populations, use of moderate and less effective contraception was most common; use of no contraceptive method and use of LARC varied by state, age group, and race/ethnicity.
It's a really easy starting-off point to use with patients and physicians when trying to decide what contraceptive method is safe for their patient," Dr.
KEY WORDS: Family Planning, Contraceptive Methods, Contraceptive Devices, Under-developed countries.
Conclusion: The majority of the pregnant teens who participated in the study professed the desire to use some sort of contraceptive method to ensure that they would not become pregnant again in the near future.