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Reasons for discontinuing and not intending to use contraception in India

Reasons for discontinuing and not intending to use contraception in India

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Published by International Institute for Population Sciences, East-West Center, Population and Health Studies in Mumbai, India, Honolulu, HI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- India.,
    • Contraception -- India.,
    • Contraceptives -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementVinod K. Mishra ... [et al.].
      SeriesNational family health survey subject reports,, no. 13
      ContributionsMishra, Vinod K., International Institute for Population Sciences., East-West Center. Population and Health Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.I5 R42 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination36 p. :
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL115911M
      LC Control Number99457828
      OCLC/WorldCa41974408

        Etonogestrel is a hormone that prevents ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary). This medication also causes changes in your cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and harder for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus. Etonogestrel implant is used as contraception / The above side effects might be enough to deter some women from taking birth control, but many women are just not aware of them, while others justify the side effects because the pill is so .

        “For women with average risk, using oral contraceptives can reduce lifetime risk of ovarian cancer by 40 to 50%, and that effect can last for 15 years after discontinued use,” .   Teenagers not using condoms, taking risks Ms Niyada said she was also worried about an increase in the use of birth control pills among teenagers, producing the result that was intended.

      It is fully reversible contraceptive, it may take as long as a year for full fertility after discontinuing the injections. - Some women experience a loss of bone density. This loss may not be completely reversible after a woman stops use.   Those who say contraception is morally wrong do so for a variety of reasons. This argument is based on the premise that life is a good thing. Holders of this view argue that contraception .


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Reasons for discontinuing and not intending to use contraception in India Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reasons for Discontinuing and not Intending to use Contraception in India. Among currently married women age who discontinued using contraception, 38 percent did so. In previous studies, women in India have indicated three main reasons for.

discontinuing contraceptive use: (1) wanting to become pregnant, (2) becoming. pregnant because of method failure or improper use of a method, or (3) experiencing side effects. Get this from a library.

Reasons for discontinuing and not intending to use contraception in India. [Vinod K Mishra; International Institute for Population Sciences.; East-West Center.

Reasons for discontinuing and not intending to use contraception in India. to explore contraceptive use dynamics among married women in India, proposes to conduct a cohort study with the following research objectives: 1. to assess one-year modern spacing contraceptive discontinuation rates by modern spacing methods (pill, IUCD/PPIUD, injectable) among a cohort of modern spacing contraceptive File Size: KB.

Over half of injectable users discontinue for reasons other than wanting to become pregnant during the first year of use in most countries studied, mainly due to health concerns and side.

The family planning scenario in India is dominated by the use of sterilization, but in many States, the traditional methods for birth spacing are preferred over the modern methods family planning (FP) programme in India has always promoted the use of modern methods as evident from the high use of sterilization average prevalence for traditional contraceptive Cited by: 5.

India is failing its girls and women and here’s why. More than half of India’s population in its reproductive age ( years) doesn’t use a modern method of contraception to prevent Author: Sanchita Sharma.

India’s population surges as men remain reluctant to use contraceptive measures Over eight years toas India’s population surged, the use of contraceptives declined almost 35%, Author: Raina Paul. Before this, there was more debate on birth control, but it was generally condemned like abortion.

This is because sex was treated as having no value except for reproduction; therefore, hindering reproduction encouraged sinful uses of sex. Nevertheless, bans on contraception.

Stopping birth control can affect your skin, your periods, and more. Birth control has lots of perks: it can clear up your skin, regulate your periods, and nix PMS, not to mention prevent Author: Kathleen Felton.

Reasons for Discontinuing and not Intending to Use Contraception in India, by Vinod K. Mishra, Robert D. Retherford, P. Nair, and Griffith Feeney. NFHS Subject Report No. 14 (). Child Nutrition in India. This paper uses data mining approach to analyse patterns of contraceptive use in India by comparing contraceptive use among groups of women with distinct demographic, economic, cultural, and social characteristics.

The analysis suggests that currently married, nonpregnant women aged 15–49 years in India Cited by: The proportion who discontinued for these reasons varies widely by state but not by socioeconomic group. Fifteen percent of women who do not use contraception and who do not intend to use contraception in the future report method-related problems as their main reason for not intending to use contraception Cited by: method of contraception in the past but have chosen to discontinue use.

This phenomenon, called contra-ceptive discontinuation, is defined as starting contra-ceptive use and then stopping for any reason while still at risk of an unintended pregnancy. Discontinuation for reasons File Size: KB.

Reason for not intending to use contraception in the future. 52 Percentage distribution of currently married women age 13–49 not using any contraceptive method and not intending to use contraception at any time in the future, by main reason for not intending to use contraception Cited by: Some forms of birth control are less effective for teens.

It doesn't matter which form of birth control a person uses because they all have the same level of effectiveness. Birth control must be used correctly to be effective. Using birth control does not. Who uses contraceptives. More than 99% of women aged 15–44 who have ever had sexual intercourse have used at least one contraceptive method.

5 Some 60% of all women of reproductive age are currently using a contraceptive method. 6 Ten percent of women at risk of unintended pregnancy are not currently using any contraceptive. Family planning in India is based on efforts largely sponsored by the Indian –, contraceptive usage has more than tripled (from 13% of married women in.

Emergency contraceptives are contraceptives that are taken (or inserted if a copper IUD) within a few days after unprotected sex to help prevent implantation of a fertilized egg and a possible resulting pregnancy.

Condoms are contraceptives that offer the most protection against sexually transmitted infections, although protection is not. Due to the way the dependent variables are constructed (discontinuation of baseline method and first episode of non-use) women do not reenter the analysis.

As a result, there is censoring since we do not analyze what happens after the first month of non-use.

It is possible that women reinitiate use Cited by: 9. Some of the media coverage of Tuesday’s arguments before the Supreme Courton the contraception mandate tended to pit women’s rights activists against social conservatives, making contraception seem like a lifestyle choice that only benefits some women — you know, the ones who have sex.

What often gets lost in the debate is why contraception .Emergency contraception is a safe and effective means to prevent pregnancy when something has gone wrong with your usual method of contraception, or you have had unprotected sex.

You will need to act quickly. There are two kinds of emergency contraception: Emergency contraceptive .