3 edition of Female contraception found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||B. Runnebaum, T. Rabe. and L. Kiesel (eds.).|
|Contributions||Runnebaum, B. 1933-, Rabe, T., Kiesel, L.|
|LC Classifications||RG136 .F39 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 443 p. :|
|Number of Pages||443|
|LC Control Number||88016069|
Growing awareness of the Yuzpe regimen for emergency contraception. s Introduction of Norplant, the first contraceptive implant (),DepoProvera, an injectable method (), FC1/Reality, a female condom () and Plan B, and a dedicated emergency contraceptive product (). This book presents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of female contraception, offering an extensive overview of contraception types, including oral, injectable, emergency, and various cervical barrier contraceptives. It also discusses behavioral and sterilization methods of contraception as Author: Donna Shoupe.
Fewer than 1 out of women become pregnant in the first year after female sterilization. Because these methods are intended to be irreversible, all women should be appropriately counseled about the permanency of sterilization and the availability of highly effective, long-acting, reversible methods of contraception. A clear and thorough guide to the different methods of contraception available in the UK. Ideal for GPs, nurses, gynaecological and family planning trainees, general practitioners and general medical students. Highly commended in the BMA Medical Book Awards. One review said.
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It aims to give practical information to everyone who wants to know more about contraception, or who may have a question about the method they use or are thinking about using.
You can find out about the 15 methods available on the NHS, together with where to get them and how to decide which method might work best for you. Finding your way around.
Birth control, also known as contraception and fertility Female contraception book, 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 Female contraception book control MeSH: D Contraception Pills Progestin EC (Plan B® One-Step and others) and ulipristal acetate (ella®) 58 - 94% Ulipristal acetate EC works better than progestin EC if you are overweight Ulipristal acetate EC works better than progestin EC in the days after sex Works best the sooner you take it after unprotected sex You can take EC up to 5 days afterFile Size: KB.
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.
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 by: 3.
Female Contraception: Update and Trends: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Most effective methods: Reversible. Boston Women's Health Book Collective (shelved 1 time as contraception) avg rating — 7, ratings — published Female Condom. A female condom is similar to a male condom, except it is inserted into the vagina before sex.
It is also easier to obtain than other methods of birth control, because it is available at pharmacies. With typical use, female condoms are only 79% effective at preventing pregnancy. Contraceptives have always provided ground for controversy. This book describes and discusses latest findings concerning the advantages as well as hazard and risk factors of contraception.
The clinical impact of oral contraceptives on metabolism is particularly highlighted. In addition, behavioral. Contraception: Science and Practice serves as a guidebook for elucidating the science of contraception, and at the same time for utilizing the methods better to meet human needs.
Organized into 17 chapters, this book first explores the world view on birth control, as. Which method of contraception best suits your patient's needs. Contraceptive technology has exploded at breakneck speed.
The options now available can bewilder patients who need practical advice for family planning. Contraception provides just that practical advice. Divided into three sections covering selection and cost comparison, individual methods of contraception, and risks and benefits 1/5(1).
Various methods of CONTRACEPTION can be used to control the number and timing of childbirths. Definition (CSP) programs or services designed to assist the family in controlling reproduction by either improving or diminishing fertility; planning intended to determine the number and spacing of one's children through birth control or methods which.
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angiogenic (growth of. The following is a brief description of all of your contraception choices. The male condom. The male condom is a fine rubber or synthetic sheath that is worn on a stiff (erect) penis.
It collects the sperm and stops them entering your vagina and uterus. You can buy condoms from a chemist or supermarket. Condoms reduce the risk of both pregnancy. Get this from a library. Female Contraception: Update and Trends.
[Benno Runnebaum; Thomas Rabe; Ludwig Kiesel] -- Contraceptives have always provided ground for controversy. This book describes and discusses latest findings concerning the advantages as well.
The disparity between the number and types of female and male LARCs is problematic for at least two reasons: first, because it forces women to assume most of the financial, health-related, and other burdens of contraception, and, second, because men’s reproductive autonomy is diminished by ceding major responsibility for contraception to by: 8.
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.
CONTRACEPTION /v Acknowledgements The World Health Organization (WHO) would like to thank the author of this paper, Dr R. Rivera of Family Health International. birth control, practice of contraception for the purpose of limiting reproduction. Methods of Birth Control Male birth control methods include withdrawal of the male before ejaculation (the oldest contraceptive technique) and use of the condom, a rubber sheath covering the penis.
The contraceptive injection can be given 1 of 2 ways: either by an intramuscular injection into the buttock, or as a subcutaneous injection into the thigh or abdomen. This is given every 8 weeks or every 12 weeks, depending on the type. The subcutaneous injection can be given by a health professional, or you can be shown how to inject it yourself.The TRP contains curriculum components and tools needed to design, implement, and evaluate training.
It offers essential resources for family planning (FP) and reproductive health trainers, supervisors, and program managers. The entire package is designed to support up-to-date training on family planning and reproductive health.There are many contraceptive methods available in Australia, including implants, intrauterine devices (IUDs, both copper and hormonal), injections, pills, vaginal rings, barrier methods (male and female condoms and diaphragms), female and male sterilisation, emergency contraception and natural methods (natural family planning).