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Chapter 11: Contraception and Birth Control Factors Influencing Contraceptive Choice and Use Psychological Constructs Relationship Factors Accessibility of Contraceptives Birth Control How to Put on a Condom The Female Condom The IUD, as It Is Inserted by a Health-Care Practitioner The Diaphragm Female Hormonal Methods Oral Contraceptive Norplant® Jadelle® Depo-Provera® Lunelle® Vaginal Rings Transdermal Applications Male Hormonal Methods Barrier Methods Male Condom Female Condom Vaginal Spermicides Contraceptive Sponge Intrauterine Device (IUD) Diaphragm Cervical Cap Natural Family Planning Methods Calendar Method Basal Body Temperature (BBT) Method Cervical Mucus Method Hormone-in-Urine Method Nonmethods: Withdrawal and Douching
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Unformatted text preview: Coitus interruptus/Withdrawal: The practice whereby the man withdraws his penis from the vagina before he ejaculates Emergency Contraception Combined Estrogen-Progesterone Postcoital IUD Insertion Mifepristone (RU-486) Effectiveness of Various Contraceptive Choices The obvious and most effective form of birth control: Abstinence Female Sterilization Hysteroscopic Tubal Occlusion (HTO) Female Sterilization (continued) Tubal Sterilization Female Sterilization (continued) Oophorectomy Hysterectomy Salpingectomy Male Sterilization Vasectomy A minor surgical procedure whereby the vas deferens are cut so as to prevent sperm from entering the penis...
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