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Contraceptive use and controlled fertility

health issues for women and children : background papers

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Published by National Academy Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Contraceptives -- Physiological effect.,
  • Mothers -- Mortality.,
  • Birth intervals.,
  • Infants -- Health and hygiene.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementAllan M. Parnell, editor ; Committee on Population, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council.
    ContributionsParnell, Allan M., National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Population.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRG137 .C634 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 161 p. :
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2224174M
    ISBN 100309040965
    LC Control Number89063018
    OCLC/WorldCa21001446

    McDermott Family of 14, – Photo Credit: Richard [Flickr] Only fully legalised in , contraception in Ireland has historically been a point of discord in what is known as a ‘Catholic country.’Though contraceptives can now be legally purchased in the Republic, the accessibility of birth control . Contraception and reproduction: health consequences for women and children in the developing world. [National Research Council. Working Group on the Health Consequences of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility.;] This book looks at the relationships between contraceptive use.

      Sept. 27, -- Women who take birth control pills for long periods of time may find it a little easier to get pregnant once they go off the pill than other women.. A new study shows women who. 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 MeSH: D

    7 CHAPTER 7: Family Planning methods fACT 2. oral contraceptive pills should be taken one pill every day. They are most effective when no pills are missed, the pill is taken at the same time every day, and each new pack of pills is started without a delay. Combined oral contraceptives (CoCs). The most commonly used oral. 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 or choosing to insert an IntraUterine Device, also called an IUD. Use: Emergency Contraceptives can be obtained from a.


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Contraceptive use and controlled fertility Download PDF EPUB FB2

The topics addressed are an analysis of the relationship between maternal mortality and changing reproductive patterns; the risks and benefits of contraception; the effects of changing reproductive patterns on infant health; and the psychosocial consequences to women of controlled fertility and contraceptive by: 5.

Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility: Health Issues for Women and Children: Medicine & Health Science Books @ The topics addressed are an analysis of the relationship between maternal mortality and changing reproductive patterns; the risks and benefits of contraception; the effects of changing reproductive patterns on infant health; and the psychosocial consequences to women of controlled fertility and contraceptive use.

The Committee on Population and the Working Group on the Health Consequences of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility are very grateful for the work completed on its behalf by the authors of these papers as well as by those who prepared the other papers and analyses listed in the appendix.

Appendix Background Papers Reproductive Behavior and Child Survival Among Nineteenth-Century Mormons Lee L. Bean, Geraldine P. Mineau, and Douglas L. Anderton Psychosocial Consequences to Women of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility Ruth Ducon-Mueller Family Planning Services Based on Reproductive Risk: A New Strategy of the Mexican.

1 Working Group on the Health Consequences of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility WILLIAM FOEGE (Chair), Carter Presidential Center, Atlanta, Ga JULIE DaVANZO (Cochair), Economics and Statistics Department, The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, Calif. Recent research on the consequences of contraceptive use and controlled fertility has focused almost entirely on the physical health of women and children as measured by rates of maternal and child morbidity and by: 6.

Fertility awareness methods of family planning: the physiological background, methodology and effectiveness of fertility awareness methods. J Fam Plann Reprod Health Care 27 (): –9. Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use (WHOMEC) (3d edn,ISBN: 92 4 8) a selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive.

Suggested Citation:"Health Effects of Contraception."National Research Council. Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility: Health Issues for Women and gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Psychosocial Consequences to Women of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility Rum Dixon-MueHer Recent research on the consequences of contraceptive use and controlled fertility has focused almost entirely on the physical health of women and children as measured by rates of maternal and child morbidity and mortality.

CONTRACEPTION /1 Introduction Adolescent fertility regulation and pregnancy prevention is one of the most important health-care issues of the twenty-first century.

Contraceptive Use And Controlled Fertility: Health Issues For Women And Children by Committee On Population Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate. The Control of Fertility is concerned with the experimental control of fertility as a specific biological problem.

It is, first of all, an attempt to summarize a collection of data hitherto either partially or not at all presented. Secondly, it attempts to indicate those avenues which hold promise for future investigation.

Psychosocial Consequences to Women of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility. Ruth Dixon-Mueller. Family Planning Services Based on Reproductive Risk: A New Strategy of the Mexican Social Security Institute.

James N. Gribble and Aurora Rabago. Mechanisms for the Association of Maternal Age, Parity, and Birth Spacing with Infant Health Author: Allan M.

Parnell. Healthy Choices for Fertility Control: Your Guide to Better Birth Control, Conscientious Contraception, and Sensible Sexuality [Williams Ph.D., Dr. T., Alyea, Kristin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Healthy Choices for Fertility Control: Your Guide to Better Birth Control, Conscientious Contraception4/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The relationship between fertility and maternal mortality / Susan Zimicki --Health effects of contraception / Nancy C.

Lee, Herbert B. Peterson, and Susan Y. Chu --Mechanisms for the association of maternal age, parity, and birth spacing with infant health / John G. Haaga. It also traces variations in contraception choice over the reproductive cycle of women.

Although researchers and policy makers generally equate reliance on behavioural contraceptive methods with low levels of education and awareness and lack of desire to control fertility, this perception has been questioned in recent years.

The same could be considered true regarding breastfeeding behavior. Thus, some demographers would define ‘fertility control’ only in terms of those behaviors known to be motivated by a desire to control fertility: contraception and abortion.

The primary focus of this article is to provide an overview of these two determinants of fertility. The relationship between fertility and maternal mortality / Susan Zimicki --Health effects of contraception / Nancy C.

Lee, Herbert B. Peterson, and Susan Y. Chu --Mechanisms for the association of maternal age, parity, and birth spacing with infant health / John G.

Haaga --Psychosocial consequences to women of contraceptive use and controlled. Get this from a library. Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility: Health Issues for Women and Children Background Papers.

[Parnell AM; National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Population.]. The Relationship Between Fertility and Maternal Mortality - Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility Your browsing activity is empty. Activity recording is turned by: of fertility decline, where the driving force has been in-creased modern contraceptive use.2–4 Explanations other than contraceptive use have been proposed for Ghana’s fertility decline, including underreporting of contraceptive use by women and the control of fertility through reduced coital frequency.3,5 Widespread use of induced abortion.

One mechanism by which the birth control pill, and some of these other hormonal contraceptive, can actually mess with your fertility is its effect on your endometrium. There have been studies to show that women who are long-term users of the pill, so we're talking 10 years or more, have thinner lining of their endometrium.