Women who are sexually active but do not want to get pregnant use contraceptives to ward off unintended pregnancies. The use of birth control can be traced back in ancient times, even the bible has its record of the first form of contraception which is the withdrawal method. Even back then, controversies arise concerning the use of birth control methods. Over time, new methods were developed. Women and couples are given the choice whether to conceive or not.By justinyericksen
Population Age Structure Review. There are 3 basic age structures: Expansive Stationary (slow/no growth) Regressive Which r-values go with which structures? CBR = 15, CDR = 10 CBR = 9, CDR = 10 CBR = 40, CDR = 20. Population Pyramids—which is which?.By niran
The Latest in Contraception: Pearls for Busy Primary Care Providers. Women’s Health in Primary Care Orlando, Florida March 16, 2011 Norma Jo Waxman MD Assoc Professor of Family and Community Medicine University of California San Francisco email@example.com. Disclosures.By pillan
Primary and Preventive Health Care for Female Adolescents. Jessica H. Pittman, MD Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Utah School of Medicine. Objectives.By jaron
Preconception Care and Contraception for HIV-infected Women. Deborah Cohan, MD, MPH Associate Professor University of California San Francisco. I have no financial disclosures. Learning Objectives. Describe the elements of a preconception evaluation for HIV+ women who desire conceptionBy mliss
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Contraceptive Technology. Please Note. No artificial birth control is 100% effective in protecting against pregnancy or STIs. Abstinence*, however, is. We’ll talk about what abstinence is at the end. List of Common STIs. Chancroid Chlamydia Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Genital Warts (HPV)
Contraceptive. one or more actions, devices, or medications followed in order to deliberately prevent or reduce the likelihood of pregnancy or childbirth. Contraceptives.
Contraceptive. Methods. Abstinence. Only 100% Option. Hormonal Methods. Prevents an egg from being released Interferes with the uterine lining. Patch. Depo Provera. Nuva Ring. Implanon. IUD – Intra Uterine Device. Barrier Methods. Blocks sperm and egg from meeting.
Contraceptive Technology Update for Fp Service Providers. Course Goal. To update FP service providers on best practices in Family Planning. Objectives. To update FP service providers in Family planning Apply the latest WHO eligibility criteria for contraceptive use
Contraceptive Toolbag. Diana Koster, M.D. Planned Parenthood of New Mexico April 14, 2010. Goals. Provide: Contextual information about U.S. teen pregnancy rates Updated medical information reproductive healthcare needs contraception LARC (long-acting reversible contraception)
Contraceptive Methods!. Abstinence. Def: A conscious decision to refrain from sex of any kind. Pros: Prevents pregnancy, eliminates risk of STIs. Cons: None. Condom. Def: Thin latex or polyurethane sheath fitting over the penis.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure Anita L. Nelson, MD. Learning Objectives. At the conclusion of this presentation, the participant will be able to:Counsel patients on the full array of contraceptive choices, including mechanisms of action, failure rates, contraindications, potential side effects and complications, and non-contraceptive benefitsSuggest ways of increasing successful patient utilization of contraceptive methodsDescribe new approaches to older contraceptive methods.
Contraceptive Methods. Ana H. Corona, MSN, FNP-C March 2009 Revised. O r a l c o n t r a c e p t i v e s. What are they? • Prescription tablets taken once a day • There are two main types: 1. Combination pill which contains two female hormones
Contraceptive Implants. Session III: Providing Implants. When to Start Implants (A Review). What if this client, who has no medical conditions that would preclude implants use, wants to initiate implants? Client situation: In day 4 of menstrual cycle
Reproductive Health Nursing NUR 324. CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS. Lecture 8. CONTRACEPTION. prevention of conception is called as contraception . Contraception is useful to prevent population explosion . It is also called as Birth Control methods or Family Planning Methods.