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Chapter Eleven. Contraception and Birth Control. Risk and Responsibility. In the United States, half of all pregnancies are unintended Women, men, and birth control: who is responsible? Preventing sexually transmitted diseases. Methods of Contraception and Birth Control.

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chapter eleven

Chapter Eleven

Contraception and Birth Control

risk and responsibility
Risk and Responsibility
  • In the United States, half of all pregnancies are unintended
  • Women, men, and birth control: who is responsible?
  • Preventing sexually transmitted diseases
methods of contraception and birth control
Methods of Contraception and Birth Control
  • Birth control - any means of preventing a birth from taking place; includes contraception and abortion
  • Contraception - the prevention of conception
choosing a method
Choosing a Method
  • Best method is the one you will use consistently
  • Theoretical effectiveness
  • User effectiveness
sexual abstinence and outercourse
Sexual Abstinence and Outercourse
  • Abstinence
  • Celibacy
  • Outercourse
hormonal methods
Hormonal Methods
  • The pill - oral contraceptives
  • Implants - Norplant
  • Injectable contraceptives -
    • Depo-provera (DMPA)
    • Lunelle
barrier methods
Barrier Methods
  • Condom
  • Female condom
  • Diaphragm
  • Cervical cap
  • Contraceptive sponge
spermicides
Spermicides

Spermicide - substance toxic to sperm

  • Bioadhesive gel
  • Contraceptive foam
  • Contraceptive film (VCF)
  • Creams and jellies
  • Vaginal suppositories
intrauterine device iud
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
  • Tiny plastic or copper device inserted into uterus
  • Two currently available in the United States:
    • ParaGard
    • Progestasert
fertility awareness methods
Fertility Awareness Methods
  • Calendar (rhythm) method
  • Basal body temperature (BBT) method
  • Cervical mucus method
  • Symptothermal method
sterilization
Women:

laparoscopy

minilaparotomy

culpotomy

culdoscopy

hysterectomy

Men:

vasectomy

Sterilization
emergency contraception
Emergency Contraception
  • Emergency contraceptive pill (ECP)
  • Copper IUD
abortion
Abortion
  • Mifepristone (RU-486)
  • Surgical methods:
    • vacuum aspiration
    • dilation and evacuation
    • hysterotomy
  • Prostaglandins
  • Saline solutions
  • Urea
the abortion debate
The Abortion Debate
  • The pro-life argument
  • The pro-choice argument
  • Abortion and religion
  • Constitutional issues