contraceptive method

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Noun1.contraceptive method - birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery
birth control, birth prevention, family planning - limiting the number of children born
oral contraception - contraception achieved by taking oral contraceptive pills
surgical contraception - contraception by surgical sterilization
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1] The ECP is the only clearly indicated post-coital contraceptive method to prevent pregnancy in this age group.
Similar observations regarding permanent contraceptive method have been reported in various studies such as Bendhari et al.
The biological and social dependence of the couple on each other regarding their authority to decide family size, choice and frequency of use of contraceptive method makes it important to include men in this research area.
According to Dr Astha Dayal, gynaecologist on Lybrate, "There is no ideal contraceptive method and no one-size-fits-all.
Teaching women about birth control electronically can be effective in helping them choose a contraceptive method, research finds.
6%) of respondents had used some contraceptive method and among them condom users were 32 (30.
8%) were currently using a contraceptive method at the time of the study; 59.
The evidence demonstrates that the federal contraceptive coverage guarantee had driven down costs for tens of millions of women, and may have facilitated women's ability to choose the contraceptive method that is right for them and use it consistently.
2%) respondents believed that using contraceptive method caused infertility.
Talking to your partner and to your doctor about suitable contraceptive method that would complement your lifestyle and future plans, urged Healthcare Professionals.
The Contraceptive CHOICE Project, which enrolled more than 9,000 women who were provided with the no-cost reversible contraceptive method of their choice, found that about three-quarters of the women chose an IUD or an implant, which was associated with significant reductions in unintended and teen pregnancies.