contraceptives


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contraceptives

Used to prevent conception. There are several types which may be taken orally.
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The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGGP) reassures Australian women that long-acting reversible contraceptives, such as Implanon and Mirena, are considered safe and effective.
That's why when I saw the budget that the Department of Health (DOH) is asking to purchase contraceptives, I thought that these people might not be typical Filipinos.
Contraceptives Market Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2016-2022," the global contraceptives market was valued at USD 19.
Both general quality of life and specific aspects like mood/well-being, self-control and energy level were affected negatively by the contraceptives.
Sociodemographic factors play an important role in use and non-use of contraceptives.
The article lists the high risk conditions in diabetes which may discourage use of combined hormonal contraceptives.
And more states could require plans to cover a full year's supply of contraceptives at one time (rather than just a one- or three-month supply, as is typically the case); so far, California, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Oregon and Vermont have enacted such a requirement.
com)-- A new report published by Allied Market Research titled, "Contraceptives Market by Product, Age Group, Education, and End User - Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecasts, 2014-2022," projects that the global market for contraceptives would reach $43,812 million by 2022 from $28,175 million in 2015, growing at a CAGR of 6.
Islamabad -- The risk of depression and antidepressant use might be increased for women and teenage girls who use hormonal contraceptives - such as birth control pills or implants - according to new research.
The most recent population-based estimates of contraceptive use in Puerto Rico, from a 2002 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System survey, found that among women aged 18-44 years who used contraception, tubal ligation was the most frequently reported method, used by 46% of women, followed by oral contraceptives (19%), condoms (11%), calendar-based contraceptive methods (10%), vasectomy (6%), depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) (3%), and IUDs (1%) (6).
The results showed that women who were using hormonal contraceptives when they met their husband experienced a drop in marital satisfaction after they discontinued a hormone-based birth control--but what is interesting is how the change in their satisfaction related to their husbands' facial attractiveness.
The results of multivariate regression showed married women in older age groups (35-44 years), those residing in rural areas and in Baluchistan Province were more likely not using contraceptives.