Contraceptive Device


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Contraceptive Device

 

a device to prevent conception. A condom is a thin rubber sheath worn by men to retain sperm after ejaculation. Diaphragms are rubber or metal dome-shaped devices inserted into the vagina to protect the cervix of the uterus from penetration by spermatozoa.

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Intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD) are one of the most popular and modern means of contraception used worldwide.
As per the meager knowledge of authors, no detailed study has yet been carried out in this region to analyze trends of use of contraceptive devices along with impact of demographic, religious and social factors on its prevalence.
The 'tail' of a missing intrauterine contraceptive device.
Intrauterine contraceptive device strings are used to monitor and remove the IUCD.
The FemCap is a new silicone vaginal contraceptive device, somewhat like a cervical cap, that fits over the cervix.
The answer has come in the form of contraceptive devices researchers say are safer, more convenient and easier to use than the pill.
The precocious student was betting that Wall Street pundits were wrong in their belief that the government would soon approve Pharmacal's new contraceptive device.
The Catholic Church shares the responsibility for abetting the HIV/AIDS crisis, with its continued condemnation of condom use-because, as its bishops have said repeatedly, the prophylactic might be used by couples as a contraceptive device.
To determine the proportion of woman who had accepted the Post-Partum Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (PPIUCD) insertion in relation to age, parity and mode of delivery.
But this law hardly instills in the minds of the youth that no contraceptive device is as effective as SEXUAL ABSTINENCE.
Risk factors for cervical ectopic pregnancy include use of an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD), previous caesarean section and in vitro fertilisation.
Training for and Institutionalization of Post Placental and Immediate Postpartum Insertion of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device.