Family Planning

Family Planning

methods of contraception:

long-acting reversible contraception, such as the implant or intra uterine device (IUD) hormonal contraception, such the pill or the Depo Provera injection. barrier methods, such as condoms. emergency contraception.

If you want your fertility to return to normal quickly after you stop using contraception, consider these methods:
  • contraceptive implant.
  • intrauterine system (IUS)
  • intrauterine device (IUD)
  • progestogen-only pill.
  • diaphragm or cap.
  • male condoms or female condoms.

Family planning provides many benefits to mother, children, father, and the family. Enables her to regain her health after delivery. Gives enough time and opportunity to love and provide attention to her husband and children. Gives more time for herfamily and own personal advancement.

Side effects can include:
  • irregular bleeding.
  • heavy periods.
  • libido changes.
  • weight gain.
  • depression.
  • abnormal hair growth.
  • headaches.
  • nausea.

Family planning allows people to attain their desired number of children and determine the spacing of pregnancies. It is achieved through use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of infertility (this fact sheet focuses on contraception).

Family planning is important for the health of a mother and her children, as well as the family’s economic situation. … Since parents are responsible for providing education, shelter, clothing and food for their children, family planning has animportant long-term impact on the financial situation of any family.

But if you’re going to have vaginal sex, the best way to prevent pregnancy is to use a very effective birth control method (like the IUD or implant) plus a condom. Some types of birth control work better than others.

Birth control pills are generally considered safe for most women. While they do have some risks, newer low-dose birth control pills can reduce those risks. Mostbirth control pills today are considered low-dose. This includes both combinationpills (estrogen and progestin) and the minipill (progestin only).

Permanent contraception is methods of sterilisation that prevent pregnancypermanently. The procedure for men is a vasectomy and for women it is tubal ligation

Taking birth control pills is an effective wayto prevent pregnancy and treat many medical conditions. Since the pill works by introducing different hormones into your system, it can affect your menstrual cycle. Some women may have lighter bleeding, and others may skip their periods entirely.

For maximum protection, a woman should not wait until the return of monthly bleeding to start a contraceptive method. Instead, she should start as soon as guidance allows (see Earliest Time That a Woman Can Start a Family Planning Method After Childbirth).

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are a major and growing source of primary care for low-income women of reproductive age; however, only limited knowledge exists on the scope of family planning care they provide and the mechanisms for delivery of these essential reproductive health services, including family …

And if you take these progestin-only emergency contraceptive pills within the first 24 hours after sex, they reduce your risk of pregnancy by up to 95%. … In other words,if 100 women use this type of pill after having unprotected sex, only 2 of them will get pregnant.

According to the Mayo Clinic, a healthy woman who doesn’t smoke is unlikely to experience serious side effects from oral contraceptives. However, for some women,birth control pills and patches can increase their blood pressure. Those extra hormones can also put you at risk for blood clots.

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