- 1 What are the three methods of family planning?
- 2 Which family planning is the best?
- 3 What do family planning services include?
- 4 What is called family planning?
- 5 Which is the safest family planning method?
- 6 What are 5 methods of birth control?
- 7 Is family planning good or bad?
- 8 How many days rest after family planning?
- 9 What are the side effect of family planning?
- 10 What are the benefits of using family planning?
- 11 What are the types of family planning?
- 12 Why do we need to have a family planning?
- 13 What is the name of family planning operation for female?
- 14 What are the side effects of the 3 month injection?
- 15 Can a woman on family planning get pregnant?
What are the three methods of family planning?
methods of contraception:
- long-acting reversible contraception – the implant or intra uterine device (IUD)
- hormonal contraception – the pill or the Depo Provera injection.
- barrier methods – condoms.
- emergency contraception.
- fertility awareness.
- permanent contraception – vasectomy and tubal ligation.
Which family planning is the best?
Contraceptives that are more than 99% effective if used correctly:
- contraceptive implant (lasts up to three years)
- intrauterine system, or IUS (up to five years)
- intrauterine device, or IUD, also called the coil (up to five to 10 years)
- female sterilisation (permanent)
- male sterilisation or vasectomy (permanent)
What do family planning services include?
Family Planning Services include: Most FDA approved birth control methods, devices, and supplies (e.g., birth control pills, injectables, or patches, condoms, diaphragms, IUDs) Emergency contraception services and follow–up care. Male and female sterilization.
What is called family planning?
Family planning services are “the ability of individuals and couples to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. Family planning is sometimes used as a synonym or euphemism for access to and the use of contraception.
Which is the safest family planning method?
Male condom Male condoms are a safe and effective method of birth control and sexually transmitted disease prevention; they are most effective when used in combination with spermicide. (Note: natural/lambskin condoms do not protect against STDs.) Male condoms can be used for vaginal, anal, and oral sex.
What are 5 methods of birth control?
Your birth control options include:
- Barrier methods. Examples include male and female condoms, as well as the diaphragm, cervical cap and contraceptive sponge.
- Short-acting hormonal methods.
- Long-acting hormonal methods.
- Fertility awareness methods.
Is family planning good or bad?
Use of contraception prevents pregnancy-related health risks for women, especially for adolescent girls, and when births are separated by less than two years, the infant mortality rate is 45% higher than it is when births are 2-3 years and 60% higher than it is when births are four or more years apart.
How many days rest after family planning?
Plan to stay home and rest. Ask the doctor about pain relief. You can probably return to light work after two days. Avoid heavy lifting, exercise or sexual intercourse for seven to 10 days.
What are the side effect of family planning?
Common side effects were irregular bleeding no period, headaches, nausea/dizziness and weight gain/loss. These side effects occurred mainly among pill and injection users.
What are the benefits of using family planning?
World Population Day—Six Reasons to Support Family Planning
- Improving maternal health and child survival.
- Reducing the number of abortions overall, especially unsafe abortion.
- Preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS.
- Empowering women.
- Promoting social and economic development and security.
- Protecting the environment.
What are the types of family planning?
Birth control works to prevent pregnancy in different ways.
- Hormonal birth control methods work by preventing ovulation so that a woman is temporarily infertile.
- Barrier methods of birth control prevent the man’s sperm from reaching an egg.
- Barrier methods include.
Why do we need to have a family planning?
Family planning helps protect women from any health risks that may occur before, during or after childbirth. These include high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, infections, miscarriage and stillbirth. Also, by reducing unintended pregnancies, family planning also removes the option for unsafe abortion.
What is the name of family planning operation for female?
Female Sterilization: Tubal Ligation. Female sterilization (tubal ligation) prevents pregnancy by blocking the fallopian tubes so that the egg and sperm cannot unite. It involves surgery to (a) isolate the tubes and (b) achieve tubal occlusion (blockage) through a choice of methods.
What are the side effects of the 3 month injection?
Other side effects included weight gain, headache, nervousness, abdominal pain or discomfort, dizziness, and asthenia. Physicians should administer the drug only to women found not to be pregnant, because fetal exposure may lead to low birth weight and other problems.
Can a woman on family planning get pregnant?
Yes. Although birth control pills have a high success rate, they can fail and you can get pregnant while on the pill. Certain factors increase your risk of getting pregnant, even if you’re on birth control. Keep these factors in mind if you’re sexually active and want to prevent an unplanned pregnancy.