contraceptive device

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Patients were followed up for six months after placing post partum intrauterine contraceptive device (PPIUCD).
These data demonstrate a high rate of 2-year continuation of contraceptive devices in a mixed-payer system suggesting user acceptability and confirming that a majority of users reach the point of cost neutrality as demonstrated previously," Jessica N.
The intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) is considered as a safe and effective contraceptive method, used in developed and developing countries, and reported to be used by 1.
Main outcome variable i-e contraceptive device used; was cross-tabulated with independent variables (age, client's education, husband's education, number of children, religion, socioeconomic class, religious beliefs and husband's pressure about contraception).
Key Words: Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD), Urinary bladder, Laparotomy.
Temporary methods include hormonal pills, monthly injectables, intrauterine contraceptive devices, barrier methods, withdrawal, fertility awareness and lactational amenorrhea; whereas permanent methods include male and female sterilisation.
Horses are comely mares that seduce men and dream of centaurs as they sleep; the terror of the neighborhood/country is a predatory young woman with a vagina dentata, who is ultimately won over by a Kabbalist and his ingenious contraceptive device.
Ureteric calculus around an intrauterine contraceptive device.
As a contraceptive device this might have some value, but as a piece of cinema, it's not a success.
hormones, oral contraceptives (pills), condoms, diaphragm and cervical cap, implant, intra-uterine contraceptive device, spermicides, and sterilization.
The doctors had no answers, so Rob googled his way to what he now believes is the likely culprit: NuvaRing, a flexible plastic contraceptive device that, when inserted vaginally, releases hormones for about three weeks.
Intrauterine system or Mirena - a contraceptive device like a coil that is inserted into the womb.
A contraceptive device used by millions of women could cut the risk of womb cancer, scientists said yesterday.
Two years after returning to the market, the Today Sponge contraceptive device has been reintroduced to what its new supplier says has been a warm reception by women shoppers.