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2 edition of Introducing contraception. found in the catalog.

Introducing contraception.

International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Introducing contraception.

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Published by The Federation in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Contraception.,
  • Contraceptives.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination15p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14087065M
    ISBN 100900924985


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Introducing contraception. by International Planned Parenthood Federation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book presents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of female contraception. It offers an extensive overview of contraception types, including oral, injectable, emergency, and various cervical barrier contraceptives, as well as behavioral and sterilization methods, and discusses the clinical effectiveness, advantages, disadvantages, side effects, and mechanisms of action of each method/5(7).

CONTRACEPTION /1 Introduction Adolescent fertility regulation and pregnancy prevention is one of the most important health-care issues of the twenty-first century. More than 15 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 give birth every year worldwide, and an additional 5 million have abortions.

In Central America, 18% of all births Introducing contraception. book to. This report examines the scientific evidence regarding the consequences of reproductive patterns for the health of women and children in developing countries.

Reproductive patterns refer to the ages at which women give birth, the lengths of time between births, and the total number of births a woman has. Because reproductive patterns in developing countries have been influenced greatly by use.

The book also provides interesting facts regarding the history of certain types of contraception. This book is thorough and up to date, and provides useful information so that physicians can effectively counsel a patient on contraception." as well as a chapter introducing the new surgical contraceptive implant, Implanon®.

--This Introducing contraception. book. The introduction of the LARC methods and their extremely high efficacy has propelled IUDs and implants into an ever increasing popularity and a wider population base. Closely coupled to the design, development, and introduction of new contraceptive methods has been attempts to dramatically reduce menstrual blood and associated symptoms.

The birth control shot is administered every three months. It contains the hormone progestin, which helps prevent pregnancy. Unlike IUDs and implants, the shot can be taken at a clinic or at home. With typical use, the birth control shot is 94% effective at preventing pregnancy.

The injection does not protect against the transmission of STIs. is ideal, but pictures from the internet or simply the Contraceptive Chart used with this lesson can suffice if need be.] • One envelope with a copy of the Contraceptive Chart inside and the word “condoms” written on it.

• One envelope with a copy of the Contraceptive Chart inside and the words “birth control pills” written on it. WORLD CONTRACEPTION DAY. On September 26 th, or World Contraception Day as we prefer to call it, it is our mission to spread the word and raise awareness about contraception and safe sex.

Our aim is to help each new generation of adults make informed decisions until every pregnancy in the world is a planned one.

The history of birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, refers to the methods or devices that have been historically used to prevent pregnancy. Planning and provision of birth control is called family planning.

In some times and cultures, abortion had none of the stigma which it has today, making birth control less important; abortion was in practice a means of birth.

As female sexuality and premarital sex moved out of the shadows, the Pill became a convenient scapegoat for the sexual revolution among social conservatives.

This resulting book contains an examination of Norplant's efficacy and safety, its user populations, training for insertion and removal, consumer perspectives (quality of care, informed decisionmaking, and consumer involvement), and new approaches to contraceptive development and introduction.

An appendix contains summaries of 17 workshop. The Handbook of Contraception: A Guide for Practical Management provides a comprehensive review of contraception methods for all reproductive-aged women, including those who are young and healthy, postpartum, perimenopausal, adolescent, or who have a medical disease.

Books shelved as contraception: The Birth of the Pill: How Four Crusaders Reinvented Sex and Launched a Revolution by Jonathan Eig, Devices and Desires.

Birth Control: The Importance and Benefits Birth control was first invented in the s and married women were the only ones allowed to use it, mainly to prevent pregnancy. It wasn’t until when the Supreme Court legalized birth control to everyone (“A Brief History of Birth Control.

From the s on, a growing group of activists across Britain's Caribbean colonies had begun to mobilize to demand that birth control spread – as one commentator put it – “out of the boudoir and into the banana walk,” in other words, beyond the private bedrooms of elites and into the urban slums, rural villages, and plantations where.

The twentieth century saw a remarkable upsurge of research on drugs, with major advances in the treatment of bacterial and viral infections, heart disease, stomach ulcers, cancer, and metal illnesses. These, along with the introduction of the oral contraceptive, have altered all of our lives.

There has also been an increase in the recreational use and abuse of drugs in the Western s: 1. Sexually transmitted diseases are diseases you can get by having sex – vaginal, oral, or anal – with someone who is already infected. STDs are caused by bacteria or viruses that are spread through blood, semen and vaginal fluids.

What is Contraception. About a century after Married Love, more than half of all fertile married couples worldwide use some form of ception, also known as birth control, is any method or device used to prevent pregnancy.

Birth control methods have been used for centuries, but safe and effective methods only became available in the 20 th century, in part because of the work.

Major Events in Birth Control In The United States: Key events in the availability of modern contraceptive in the United States are summarized in Table 1.

4, 6 Although many refer to these events as the contraceptive revolution, Diczfalusy recently observed that "many scientists wonder whether or not contraception is still a revolution or rather a normal way of life—with significantly.

Clinical Contraception, Second Edition considers the clinical significance and complexities of birth control. This book contains 12 chapters that focus on various types and methods of contraception. After providing an overview of classification of methods of contraception, this book goes on considering certain aspects of reproduction that have.

Introduction Contraception has an open access mirror journal, Contraception: X. Submission checklist You can use this list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it to the journal for review.

Please check the relevant section in this Guide for Authors for more details. Ensure that the following items are present. Birth Control – History of the Pill • 1 In the middle of the 20th century, an age-old quest for safe and effective oral contraception was realized.

The woman who made that happen was Margaret Sanger (–), the founder of the American Birth Control League, the fore-runner of Planned Parenthood Federation of America (Chesler, ).

Birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, is a method or device used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control has been used since ancient times, but effective and safe methods of birth control only became available in the 20th century.

Planning, making available, and using birth control is called family planning. Some cultures limit or discourage access to birth control. If you're considering using birth control, you have many options — from natural family planning and over-the-counter birth control products to prescription contraceptives or sterilization.

To help determine which birth control method would be best for you, consider your lifestyle, personal preferences and health status. Contraceptive methods have been there for thousands of years but in the last fifty years the methods of contraception have increased tremendously. Different contraceptions work in different ways.

There are hormonal methods like the pill, barrier method like the cervical cap, Intrauterine devices and sterilization. This book presents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of female contraception. It offers an extensive overview of contraception types, including oral, injectable, emergency, and various cervical barrier contraceptives, as well as behavioral and sterilization methods, and discusses the clinical effectiveness, advantages, disadvantages, side effects, and mechanisms of action of each method.

Men, let me introduce you to the basics of contraception This article is more than 1 month old. For this, Hite achieved more than 50m book sales, and torrents of criticism from angry men.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, 1 map ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: contraception across cultures / Andrew Russell and Mary S. Thompson --Psychosocial data and cross-cultural analyses: challenges to anthropology and contraceptive research / Mary S.

Willis and Marion Pratt. The contraceptive pill is often described as one of the most significant medical advances of the 20th century. Inextricably linked to the swinging 60s, free love and women's liberation, the pill. The pill was liberating for both sexes as previously women had had to rely heavily on men for contraception, whereas, with its introduction, they had control, says Tracey McNeill, Marie Stopes.

By mid-century, pamphlets and books on contraception had been published and were widely available. Not all groups in American society welcomed the increased interest in contraception.

The 'social purity' movement, formed after the Civil War, included groups that wished to restrict abortion and contraception.

The book was a bestseller in England, though still controversial, and it was banned in the U.S. for obscenity for more than a decade. Stopes wrote in the introduction to the sequel that she. U.S. MEDICAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CONTRACEPTIVE USE, WD PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this activity is to enhance health care provider knowledge about the US MEC which is an evidence-based source of clinical guidance for the safe use of contraceptive methods by women and men with various characteristics and medical conditions.

The goal is for the audience. In this introduction to the life and thought of Dorothy Day, one of the most important lay Catholics of the twentieth century, Terrence Wright presents her radical response to God's mercy.

After a period of darkness and sin, which included an abortion and a suicide attempt, Day had a profound awakening to God's unlimited love and mercy through.

10 Surprising Facts About Contraception. There are 19 types of FDA-approved birth control methods available in the U.S., but there may be more than just one good option for you. Courtney A. Schreiber, Kurt Barnhart, in Yen & Jaffe's Reproductive Endocrinology (Seventh Edition), Contraceptive Effectiveness versus Efficacy.

Contraceptive clinical trials typically report their failure rates either by the Pearl Index or Life Table Analysis. The Pearl Index is defined as the number of contraceptive failures per women-years of exposure, and uses as the denominator. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.

CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.

Essential Contraception for Midwives is a half day course to help you develop the skills and confidence to consult with patients about contraception. Interactive and practical, the course uses a variety of activities to cover these topics, including scenario based learning, presentations, time for discussion, questions and role play.

Book: Introduction to Health (Falcone) Relationships, Sexuality, & Contraception Expand/collapse global location If a woman has unprotected sex or if the birth control method used failed, emergency contraceptives may be a good option for reducing the chances of an unintended pregnancy.

Emergency Contraception may include taking a pill. Introduction Contraception has an open access mirror journal, Contraception: X. Submission checklist You can use this list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it to the journal for review.

Please check the relevant section in this Guide for Authors for more details. Family Planning. Edited by: Zouhair O.

Amarin. ISBNeISBNPDF ISBNPublished This resulting book contains an examination of Norplant's efficacy and safety, its user populations, training for insertion and removal, consumer perspectives (quality of care, informed decisionmaking, and consumer involvement), and new approaches to contraceptive development and introduction.Artificial Birth Control Is a Recipe for Cultural Disaster.

Use of contraception or sterilization denies the true nature of marriage and the dignity of man, and the consequences of this denial are far reaching.

One must consider Pope Saint Paul VI’s prophetic words on what would follow the separation of procreation from the marital act.