contraceptive method


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Synonyms for contraceptive method

birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery

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9] It is estimated that the average woman would bear 15 children over her reproductive lifetime if no contraceptive method was used.
45% of women having 2 or more children were not using any contraceptive method.
Condom is the most widely used contraceptive method.
Among 41 patients who used My Birth Control, 96 percent said it helped them choose a contraceptive method.
A pre-tested and pre-structured questionnaire was used to collect information from the women respondents on the knowledge, attitude and acceptance of contraceptive methods.
Table 3 shows that overall; the male condom was the most used contraceptive method by 395 (23.
Similarly, the federal guarantee limits health plans' ability to impose administrative barriers (such as formularies and prior authorization requirements) to the use of contraceptive services and supplies, by making it clear that plans can only work to influence a patient's choice within a specific contraceptive method (e.
They were divided into two groups - those who had never used a modern contraceptive method (never-users) and those who had discontinued or dropped modern methods when the survey was held (past-users).
The objective of these symposia is to improve awareness amongst general public and health care professionals about various kinds of contraceptive methods and facilitating open discussions.
Nationally, although use of LARC methods nearly doubled in recent years (9), use remains lower than that of other reversible contraceptives such as oral contraceptive pills and condoms (9), and considerable barriers to access and contraceptive method availability remain (10).
Physicians can search by contraceptive method or patient characteristic to determine the risk for a given patient, rated on a scale of 1-4 (where 1 or 2 means generally safe, 3 means that the risks may outweigh the benefits, and 4 means that the risks clearly outweigh the benefits).
The impact of an educational program based on basnef model on the selection of a contraceptive method in women.
The contraceptive method of choice for postpartum contraception was the IUD (40%), which was followed in terms of preference by OCPs (17.
About one-third had never used an effective contraceptive method.