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(Abstinence as contraception)
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  • Unwanted Family Planning: Prevalence Estimates for 56 Countries. [Journal Article]
    Stud Fam Plann. 2023 Jan 27 [Online ahead of print]Canning D, Karra M
  • While there is a large literature on the prevalence of unmet need for family planning, there is no matching quantitative evidence on the prevalence of unwanted family planning; all contraceptive use is assumed to represent a "met need." This lack of evidence raises concerns that some observed contraceptive use may be undesired and coercive. We provide estimates of unwanted family planning using D…
  • Informed Contraceptive Decisions: A Qualitative Study of Hispanic Teens in New Mexico. [Case Reports]
    Womens Health Rep (New Rochelle). 2022; 3(1):982-989.Perez M, Chambers S, … Baca M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Among both LARC and non-LARC groups, peer influence was the most frequently cited reason for contraceptive decision making. Relationships with family were cited as barriers for Hispanic teens, where lack of communication and abstinence-only beliefs made it difficult to seek contraception. Findings demonstrate that teens selected LARCs because of the impacts on menstrual cycles and clinician influence. Teens who did not self-select LARC discussed ease of protection and the utilization of birth control as a transition to LARC.
  • Endotext: Male Contraception [BOOK]
    Endotext. MDText.com, Inc.: South Dartmouth (MA)Feingold KR, Anawalt B, … Wilson DPHandelsman DJBOOK
  • Men continue to have a strong interest and commitment to effective family planning. Traditional methods of male contraception have long included periodic abstinence, non-vaginal ejaculation, condoms and vasectomy, the latter two representing physical methods to prevent sperm from reaching the site of fertilization. However, for male contraception the reversible methods are not reliable, and the o…
  • [Male contraception: what are the currently available options?] [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Suisse. 2022 Nov 30; 18(806):2285-2288.Gregoris A, Tran SN, Benamran D
  • Male contraception plays a small role in global contraception. However, safe and effective means exist and are available with a low failure rate, such as vasectomy or to a lesser extent, condoms. Other so-called natural methods are used despite being less effective, such as periodic abstinence or withdrawal. Finally, new methods are currently being evaluated or developed, such as thermal contrace…
  • StatPearls: Tubal Sterilization [BOOK]
    StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)MarinoSarahSMichigan State University, McLaren Greater Lansing HospitalCanelaChristinne D.CDVirginia Tech-Carilion ClinicNamaNoorNBolan Medical Complex Hospital, Quetta, PakistanBOOK
  • Tubal Sterilization is performed at the request of women who have completed childbearing and desire an effective and irreversible form of birth control.[1] It can be performed at any time during a woman's cycle and in the immediate postpartum or postabortal period.[2] It may be performed via laparoscopy, mini-laparotomy, or hysteroscopy.[2] Apart from contraceptive benefits, there are some studie…
  • Sexual Communication between Adolescent Partners: A Scoping Review and Directions for Future Research. [Review]
    J Sex Res. 2022 Oct; 59(8):984-999.Widman L, Maheux AJ, … Choukas-Bradley S
  • Sexual communication between adolescent partners is an important component of sexual health and wellbeing. Over 40 years of research on adolescent sexual communication has yielded rich information, yet there remain gaps in our understanding of the communication process. The purpose of this scoping review was to synthesize the body of research on adolescent sexual communication to identify how com…
  • StatPearls: Vasectomy [BOOK]
    StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)StormontGavinGUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterDeibertChristopher M.CMUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterBOOK
  • There are many options to prevent pregnancy; abstinence, withdrawal method, condoms, spermicidal solutions, diaphragms, cervical cups, intrauterine devices, oral contraceptive pills, long-acting hormonal implants, depo injections, lactation amenorrhea method, emergency contraception techniques, vasectomy, and tubal ligation. This activity is an overview of vasectomy, its technique and its role in…
  • Ziritaxestat Drug-Drug Interaction with Oral Contraceptives: Role of SULT1E1 Inhibition. [Journal Article]
    Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2022 10; 112(4):901-908.Helmer E, Karimian N, … Namour FS
  • In vitro signals indicate that ziritaxestat is a weak cytochrome P450 (CYP) 3A4 inhibitor and inducer. Therefore, potential drug-drug interactions (DDIs) with oral contraceptives were examined at a time when ziritaxestat was under development for treatment of fibrotic diseases. This open-label, crossover (fixed sequence) DDI study enrolled healthy, nonpregnant women aged 18-65 years (n = 15) who …
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