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Family Planning Advice

Best Family Planning Advice in South Delhi - Dr Rupali's Abortion Centre

Now a days family planning is toghest job to do as it involves the desired number of children and the age gap between them. Family planning methods involves contraception, pre-natal pregnancy check-up, treatment of infertility, etc.

Benefits of Family Planning:

  • Family Planning can prevent the pregnancy related health risk for women
  • It can reduce the infant mortality rate
  • Family Planning is already helping in the prevention of diseases like AIDS
  • It can reduce the adolescent pregnancies
  • Family planniong can help in control population growth, which is the biggest problem in India

Contraceptive Methods/Family Plaaning Methods

We have already discussed about Conceptive methods and counselling related to it, you can read about contraceptive methods here.

Method Description How it works Effectiveness to prevent pregnancy Comments
Combined oral contraceptives (COCs) or “the pill” Contains two hormones (estrogen and progestogen) Prevents the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) >99% with correct and consistent use Reduces risk of endometrial and ovarian cancer
92% as commonly used
Progestogen-only pills (POPs) or "the minipill" Contains only progestogen hormone, not estrogen Thickens cervical mucous to block sperm and egg from meeting and prevents ovulation 99% with correct and consistent use Can be used while breastfeeding; must be taken at the same time each day
90–97% as commonly used
Implants Small, flexible rods or capsules placed under the skin of the upper arm; contains progestogen hormone only Thickens cervical mucous to block sperm and egg from meeting and prevents ovulation >99% Health-care provider must insert and remove; can be used for 3–5 years depending on implant; irregular vaginal bleeding common but not harmful
Progestogen only injectables Injected into the muscle or under the skin every 2 or 3 months, depending on product Thickens cervical mucous to block sperm and egg from meeting and prevents ovulation >99% with correct and consistent use Delayed return to fertility (about 1–4 months on the average) after use; irregular vaginal bleeding common, but not harmful
97% as commonly used
Monthly injectables or combined injectable contraceptives (CIC) Injected monthly into the muscle, contains estrogen and progestogen Prevents the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) >99% with correct and consistent use Irregular vaginal bleeding common, but not harmful
97% as commonly used
Combined contraceptive patch and combined contraceptive vaginal ring (CVR) Continuously releases 2 hormones – a progestin and an estrogen- directly through the skin (patch) or from the ring. Prevents the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) The patch and the CVR are new and research on effectiveness is limited. Effectiveness studies report that it may be more effective than the COCs, both as commonly and consistent or correct use. The Patch and the CVR provide a comparable safety and pharmacokinetic profile to COCs with similar hormone formulations.
Intrauterine device (IUD): copper containing Small flexible plastic device containing copper sleeves or wire that is inserted into the uterus Copper component damages sperm and prevents it from meeting the egg >99% Longer and heavier periods during first months of use are common but not harmful; can also be used as emergency contraception
Intrauterine device (IUD) levonorgestrel A T-shaped plastic device inserted into the uterus that steadily releases small amounts of levonorgestrel each day Thickens cervical mucous to block sperm and egg from meeting >99% Decreases amount of blood lost with menstruation over time; Reduces menstrual cramps and symptoms of endometriosis; amenorrhea (no menstrual bleeding) in a group of users
Male condoms Sheaths or coverings that fit over a man's erect penis Forms a barrier to prevent sperm and egg from meeting 98% with correct and consistent use Also protects against sexually transmitted infections, including HIV
85% as commonly used
Female condoms Sheaths, or linings, that fit loosely inside a woman's vagina, made of thin, transparent, soft plastic film Forms a barrier to prevent sperm and egg from meeting 90% with correct and consistent use Also protects against sexually transmitted infections, including HIV
79% as commonly used
Male sterilization (vasectomy) Permanent contraception to block or cut the vas deferens tubes that carry sperm from the testicles Keeps sperm out of ejaculated semen >99% after 3 months semen evaluation 3 months delay in taking effect while stored sperm is still present; does not affect male sexual performance; voluntary and informed choice is essential
97–98% with no semen evaluation
Female sterilization (tubal ligation) Permanent contraception to block or cut the fallopian tubes Eggs are blocked from meeting sperm >99% Voluntary and informed choice is essential
Lactational amenorrhea method (LAM) Temporary contraception for new mothers whose monthly bleeding has not returned; requires exclusive or full breastfeeding day and night of an infant less than 6 months old Prevents the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) 99% with correct and consistent use A temporary family planning method based on the natural effect of breastfeeding on fertility
98% as commonly used
Emergency contraception pills (ulipristal acetate 30 mg or levonorgestrel 1.5 mg) Pills taken to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex Delays ovulation If all 100 women used progestin-only emergency contraception, one would likely become pregnant. Does not disrupt an already existing pregnancy
Standard Days Method or SDM Women track their fertile periods (usually days 8 to 19 of each 26 to 32 day cycle) using cycle beads or other aids Prevents pregnancy by avoiding unprotected vaginal sex during most fertile days. 95% with consistent and correct use. Can be used to identify fertile days by both women who want to become pregnant and women who want to avoid pregnancy. Correct, consistent use requires partner cooperation.
88% with common use (Arevalo et al 2002)
Basal Body Temperature (BBT) Method Woman takes her body temperature at the same time each morning before getting out of bed observing for an increase of 0.2 to 0.5 degrees C. Prevents pregnancy by avoiding unprotected vaginal sex during fertile days 99% effective with correct and consistent use. If the BBT has risen and has stayed higher for 3 full days, ovulation has occurred and the fertile period has passed. Sex can resume on the 4th day until her next monthly bleeding.
75% with typical use of FABM (Trussell, 2009)
TwoDay Method Women track their fertile periods by observing presence of cervical mucus (if any type color or consistency) Prevents pregnancy by avoiding unprotected vaginal sex during most fertile days, 96% with correct and consistent use. Difficult to use if a woman has a vaginal infection or another condition that changes cervical mucus. Unprotected coitus may be resumed after 2 consecutive dry days (or without secretions)
86% with typical or common use. (Arevalo, 2004)
Sympto-thermal Method Women track their fertile periods by observing changes in the cervical mucus (clear texture) , body temperature (slight increase) and consistency of the cervix (softening). Prevents pregnancy by avoiding unprotected vaginal sex during most fertile 98% with correct and consistent use. May have to be used with caution after an abortion, around menarche or menopause, and in conditions which may increase body temperature.
Reported 98% with typical use (Manhart et al, 2013)

Why to Choose Dr. Rupali’s Abortion Centre

If you have considered Abortion as the option our doctors appreciate your decision and desire of Medical Termination of Pregnancy and we will take the best care of your Physical and Mental health in your decision. So, why our patients are choosing us besides hundreds of Abortion Centres.

  • Govt. Registered No. DL/MTP/86/SED/2020
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