|Statement||edited by Anna Glasier, Kaye Wellings and Hilary Critchley.|
|Contributions||Glasier, Anna., Wellings, Kaye., Critchley, Hilary O. D., Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
These four papers supplement the book Contraception and Reproduction: Health Consequences for Women and Children in the Developing World by bringing together data and analyses that would Cited by: 5. Contraception - methods 3. Contraceptive agents 4. Contraceptive devices 5. Pregnancy in adolescence 6. Review literature , R. which addresses various issues and aspects of contraception use . The book covers all available contraceptive methods with WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria of contraceptives and CDC modifications.1/5(1). Contraception. Selected guidelines and tools. Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use. Selected practice recommendations for contraceptive use. Family Planning - A global handbook for providers. .
The CDC has also issued the US Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, which contains recommendations for the use of contraceptive methods by both men and women who have certain characteristics or medical conditions. Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC. U.S. Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use, (US SPR) The U.S. Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use (U.S. SPR) addresses a select group of common, yet sometimes controversial or complex, issues regarding initiation and use of specific contraceptive . Any hormonal birth control method, from the Pill to the patch to vaginal rings, can be used in conjunction with a condom. This is the most common combination because it protects against . Choices includes 21 updated descriptions of contraceptives (birth control methods). In writing these descriptions, we have tried to be brief, giving the most important information only, including the .
Teenagers and Contraception Teenagers and Contraception: Selected full-text books and articles Parental Involvement and Young Women's Contraceptive Use By Frisco, Michelle L Journal of . Contraception is a way to prevent pregnancy and there are many different types. Some are more effective than others. The Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) is a form of contraception that can be used after unprotected sex. Use . J. Allsworth, M. Goldman, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health, Contraceptive use. Worldwide contraceptive prevalence (the percentage of married women currently using contraception. Perfect use refers only to those instances where the contraceptive method is used consistently and correctly each and every time. Sometimes, however, it’s hard for researchers to get good data on perfect-use .