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RACGP President Dr Bastian Seidel said he was concerned about recent media reports, which question the safety of long-acting reversible contraceptives, and urged anyone with concerns to speak to their GP.
The rationale behind giving poor Filipino women free contraceptives is for 'family planning purposes.
One of the most common combined oral contraceptive pills has a negative impact on women's quality of life but does not increase depressive symptoms.
It is not clear whether, on the one hand, women use contraceptive because they are working and so do not want children now or, on the other hand, they work because they are using contraceptives, have fewer children, and so are better able to hold jobs.
Keywords: Arterial thromboembolism combined hormonal contraceptives, IUCD, oral contraceptives, progesterone, progestogen only contraceptives, vaginal ring, venous thromboembolism, tubectomy.
insurance coverage of contraceptives and the impact of contraceptive coverage mandates, 2002, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 2004, 36(2):72-79, https://www.
Advent of advanced contraceptive methods, emergency contraceptives method especially for teenagers, and increase in awareness towards sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are the major factors responsible for the growth of contraceptives market.
However, they say few studies have investigated whether the use of hormonal contraceptives influences depression risk.
Because of cost, these methods are often not available in physician offices or pharmacies, and therefore most women receive oral contraceptives, DMPA, or condoms.
Specifically, women who met their relatively more-attractive husbands while using hormonal contraceptives experienced a boost in marital satisfaction when they discontinued employing those contraceptives.
Key words: Family planning, demographic, contraceptives, Pakistan, socio-economic, PDHS.
So it is important to find the most effective contraceptive method, accounting for other risk factors and the likelihood of compliance, she said, noting that obesity is an independent risk factor for venous thromboembolism (VTE) and that studies suggest the risk is additive in users of estrogen-containing contraceptives.
It will help ensure that new contraceptives are designed and introduced in a way that is responsive to women's health and family planning needs.
Objective: To find out serum electrolytes and blood pressure in Pakistani females using oral and injectable contraceptives.
In general, women who have had abortions are motivated to use contraceptives to prevent future unintended pregnancies; however, little is known about postabortion contraceptive uptake at the national level in Nepal or how it compares with postpartum contraceptive uptake.