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Dynamics of contraceptive use: A study of King Saud University women staff, Riyadh Article (PDF Available) in Middle East Fertility Society Journal October with 77 Reads How we measure 'reads'. As a result of changing dynamics, age and union status proxies may be insufficient for determining the rate of contraceptive use among women at risk of pregnancy.
Our objectives are to define a measure of contraceptive use among women at risk, to measure contraceptive use among such women and to compare this rate with conventional CPR.
However, in the context of sub-Saharan Afnca, it is essen- tial to examine the dynamics of contraceptive use in the larger context of other birth spacing practices.
In the next chapter we analyze the relative contribution of modern contraceptive use versus the traditional postpartum means of child spacing to changes in fertility. Background: Mothers are dying as a result of abortion associated with preventable unintended pregnancy. The objective of this study was to compare the prevalence of Modern contraceptive use and associated factors among Muslim and orthodox Christian women of reproductive age group in Bahir Dar city.
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The client book includes customer cards that show contact information for each customer, together with three additional properties that are defined by the retailer and. Author(s): Bongaarts,J; Rodriguez,G Title(s): A new method for estimating contraceptive failure rates/ J.
Bongaarts, G. Rodriguez. In: Measuring the dynamics of contraceptive use. Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Measuring the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use, New York, December[compiled by] United Nations.
The dynamics of contraceptive use in India and its selected states are represented in Table percentage of non-users out of total currently married women is around 45% in India, while it stands at 62%, 51% and 28% in Uttar Pradesh, Assam and West Bengal, respectively.
Author(s): Thapa,S; Hamill,D N Title(s): A comparison of two methodologies for estimating contraceptive use dynamics/ S. Thapa, D.N. Hamill. In: Measuring the dynamics of contraceptive use. Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Measuring the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use, New York, December[compiled by] United.
Author(s): Akhter,H H; Ahmed,S Title(s): Contraceptive continuation and failure in rural Bangladesh/ H.H. Akhter, S. Ahmed. In: Measuring the dynamics of contraceptive use. Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Measuring the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use, New York, December[compiled by] United Nations.
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We will cover Dynamics security, reporting, and familiarize. In: Measuring the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use. Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting, pp.New York: United Nations. Contraceptive switching in Northeast Brazil. The rate of teen pregnancy declined by 63% from to , and the teen birth rate in the U.S.
declined by 70% from to .Improved contraceptive use, including barrier and hormonal methods, has contributed to declines in teen pregnancy and teen birth rates .Seventy-five percent of teen pregnancies are unintended,  and the rate of teen births and adolescent unintended.
The contribution of contraceptive failure to unintended births was typically low, at approximately 10% in sub-Saharan Africa where the prevalence of contraceptive use is lower than elsewhere. It was also low (11%) in India, where contraceptive use is high and dominated by sterilization, but much higher (33%) in neighbouring Bangladesh where.
Different single life table approach to study the dynamics of contraceptive use. Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H Abdel-Aziz Sayed; Maha M Waguih.
1. Introduction. There has been a high level of contraceptive use in China throughout the s of around 71%.Incontraceptive use prevalence rate reached a historic high of 83% among married women of reproductive these levels are as high as countries such as Japan, Korea, and many in Western Europe, it seems unlikely that there will be major further increases in.
Family planning in India is based on efforts largely sponsored by the Indian tocontraceptive usage has more than tripled (from 13% of married women in to 48% in ) and the fertility rate has more than halved (from in to in ), but the national fertility rate in absolute numbers remains high, causing concern for long-term population growth.
Downloadable. We propose a simple dynamic stochastic model of sterilization and contraceptive use and we estimate its structural parameters using a sample of married couples from the Spanish Family and Fertility Survey. The estimated structural model improves on previous studies in terms of its ability to rationalize observed behaviour.
Additionally, the measure in the quantitative survey may be too unrefined to capture the dynamics of contraceptive use. For example, some women may have been on the pill in the month they got pregnant, but taken it inconsistently due to disruptive events. Women in the Labor Force: A Data Book.
Thus, the evidence for a quantity-quality demographic transition is decidedly mixed, and con- tinued progress in terms of female education cannot be taken for granted.
RESEARCH GAPS There are a number of areas in which further research would greatly assist in understanding of the dynamics of contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa. () Ku L, Sonenstein F and Pleck J, The dynamics of young men's condom use during and across relationships, Family Planning Perspectives,26(6) () Ibid.; and Manning WD, Longmore MA and Giordano PC, The relationship context of contraceptive use at first intercourse, Family Planning Perspectives,32(3) ().
The use of hormonal methods other than the pill has increased with the advent of new options. The proportion of women who have ever used the injectable increased from 5% in to 23% in – 5 Ever-use of the contraceptive patch increased from less than 1% in to 10% in – Six percent of women had used the contraceptive.
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A discussion of contraceptive use among men is also included, covering use at first intercourse as well as at different stages of the reproductive life span; this discussion is followed by commentary on so-called dual-method contraception—that is, the use of two methods of contraception simultaneously.
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Introduction. In France, despite the fact that the vast majority of women (82% of contraceptive users) use highly effective medical methods of contraception, unintended pregnancies still comprise an estimated 33% of pregnancies (Bajos et al., ), of which 60% end in abortion (Bajos et al., a, b).Under the conditions observed init is estimated that 40% of women in France undergo.
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an agent that does this; see also contraception. oral contraceptive a compound, usually hormonal, taken orally in order to block ovulation and prevent the occurrence of pregnancy. See also contraception.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine. within the first year of typical use of each contraceptive method. Condoms, sponge, withdrawal, spermicides: Use correctly every time. you have sex. Fertility awareness-based methods: Abstain or use condoms on fertile days.
Newest methods (Standard Days Method and TwoDay Method) may be the easiest to use and consequently more effective. CS Community family planning programmes in South Africa arose from the controversial apartheid history of controlling the African population while encouraging the growth of European migrant population.
Post-apartheid population policies shifted away from population control to aligning policies to the global agenda that placed emphasis on the link between population and development. and dynamics of contraceptive use and unmet need for family planning. Investments in research and evaluation—including building capacity to produce and use research-based evidence— have yielded a substantial body of knowledge for developing and expanding family planning services and information in many developing countries.
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Includes examples, problems and applications.Jones EF, Forrest JD. Use of a supplementary survey of abortion patients to correct contraceptive failure rates for underreporting of abortion.
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