Contraception

Contraception is otherwise called as birth control or fertility control. Contraception is the method to use some device to prevent pregnancy. Though birth control systems are available since ancient times, safe, secure and effective methods are available from 20th century. Planning to implement birth control system is call family planning. Now a days Contraception is an unmet need for both developed and developing countries. Around 222 million of women in developing countries are not accessible to modern contraception methods and always remained an unmet need. 

Annual congress on Women’s Health | Women’s Health Conferences | European Congress on Women’s Health | Euro Women’s Health 2018

  • Contraception: Current social barriers, unmet need and challenges
  • Modern contraception methods: Intra Uterine Devices (IUDs), Depo Provera, Contraceptive implants, Diaphragms, progestogen-only pill (POP) etc.
  • Other Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)
  • Traditional Contraceptive methods: Tubal Ligation (Sterilisation), Vasectomy, NuvaRing (Vaginal Ring), Postnatal Contraception etc.
  • Side effects, Pros and cons of various contraception methods

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