contraception

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  • India however decided that the population problem would be better served by developing more effective contraception.
  • Women's knowledge of different forms of contraception helped them control some factors in their life.
  • Younger women appear to be more likely to use contraception than older generations.
  • More than two thirds of the married population use some form of contraception.
  • Other forms of male contraception are in various stages of research and development.
  • In some places, contraception is not allowed to be taught for religious reasons.
  • Now more than 500 women a month access their contraception through this network.
  • Paul says that government, especially at the federal level, should not be involved in medical matters, including contraception.
  • Since the 19th century, they have been one of the most popular methods of contraception in the world.
  • We say that contraception is necessary for women to gain freedom.
  • She's having so much sex she can't afford the contraception.
  • Contraception was available at private health centers for those who could afford it.
  • However, hormonal contraception can also be used as a treatment for various medical conditions.
  • Women, particularly women in rural areas, do not have access to safe and self-controlled methods of contraception.
  • They are heavily influenced by negative, second-hand stories about methods of contraception from their friends and the media.
  • The two make love in her apartment, without using contraception.
  • Chinese women receive free contraception and family planning services.
  • Title X of that law provides funding for family planning services, including contraception and family planning information.
  • Therefore, other highly reliable forms of contraception should be used instead.
  • He also co-sponsored a bill providing emergency contraception at military facilities.
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Meaning of contraception

  • noun Birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery