Conclusion: Findings from this study support the importance of raising awareness and improving targeted contraceptive counseling for premenopausal women with early breast cancer.
Available online 20 September 2022, 100100 : Cardiovascular disease (CVD) has emerged as the leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality, making planned pregnancy, and thereby reliable contraception among people ..... see more
Conclusion: People with CVD cared for by a Pregnancy Heart Team had higher odds of reliable postpartum contraception planning and uptake compared to a low-risk cohort and similar odds compared to a high-risk cohort. Pregnancy could serve as a critical period for contraception counseling and family planning among people with CVD. A...
Provider training in intrauterine device (IUD) procedures is a key strategy for improving evidence-based IUD care. We examined the influence of IUD training on IUD attitudes and practices among U.S. ..... see more
Conclusion: Training in routine IUD placement was associated with evidence-based IUD safety attitudes, confidence in performing IUD procedures, and clinical practices aligned with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contraception guidance. Expanding IUD training might increase evidence-based care and patient access to the full range of...
Primary care clinicians are an important source of reproductive health care,1 but it can be challenging for busy clinicians to keep up with new developments. The U.S. Food and Drug ..... see more
Conclusion: To help busy clinicians easily access these recommendations, the CDC's smartphone application (available on iOS and Android platforms) enables users to view recommendations by choosing up to three patient characteristics or medical conditions simultaneously and includes a user tutorial. Users can quickly review practice...
Availability of the data underlying this publication will be determined later according to Bayer's commitment to the EFPIA/PhRMA "Principles for responsible clinical trial data sharing". This pertains to scope, time ..... see more
Hormonal contraceptives are among the most important health and economic developments in the 20thCentury, providing unprecedented reproductive control... see more
Conclusion: Identifying who will likely benefit from specific formulations of HCs and predicting who is likely at risk for adverse side effects will allow for more people to benefit from the economic and health benefits of HCs, with fewer people experiencing depression and other adverse mood-related side effects. To do this, we first need to...
Background Ineffective or no use of contraception following an unintended pregnancy contributes to a subsequent unintended pregnancy. This study aimed to determine whether women's experiences of unintended pregnancies affect changing ..... see more
Objective To explore the effect of 4 mg/day, 6 mg/day, and 8 mg/day estradiol alone or in combination with an intrauterine device (IUD) in patients with moderate and severe intrauterine ..... see more
Conclusion: our data suggested that 4 mg/day doses of estrogen may have the same effect in improving the menstrual condition, uterine cavity morphology, and reproductive ability compared to a higher dosage (6 mg/day estrogen and 8 mg/day). In addition, the placement of IUD in the uterine cavity during TCRA may cause IUD incarceration, and the...
Modern contraception and family planning have substantial health benefits, helping women to manage birth spacing and thus reducing maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity. However, access is limited in many ..... see more
Number 3 (Replaces Committee Opinion Number 668, August 2016) Committee on Clinical Consensus-Gynecology. This Clinical Consensus was developed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Committee on Clinical Consensus-Gynecology ..... see more
Conclusion: Expert opinion suggests that unscheduled bleeding can decrease with continued use; thus, a patient may be counseled to adhere to a method for 3–6 months before initiating medical management of breakthrough bleeding. However, if a patient finds the unscheduled bleeding unacceptable, several treatment options are available and...
Conclusion: This cohort study found a risk for ENM in women with laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis. These women compared with those without endometriosis may be at a higher risk for shortened reproductive duration, particularly those who were nulliparous or never used oral contraceptives.
Conclusion: Ultimately, the findings highlighted how telehealth reimbursement parity policies alone were insufficient in addressing unmet need for contraceptive care.
Abstract To evaluate the actual perceptions about combined hormonal contraceptives (CHCs) use in BRCA mutation carriers in comparison to women from the general population. This was a cross-sectional, observational study ..... see more
To measure adherence over six months of progestin-only pill (POP) use. Prospective observational cohort study measuring adherence to daily dosing and timing of dose in patients prescribed a POP, with ..... see more
doi: 10.1016/j.contraception.2022.07.013. Online ahead of print. 1 Primary Care/Social Internal Medicine Residency Program, Montefiore Medical Center, 3544 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10467, USA. Electronic address: [email protected] 2 Primary Care/Social Internal ..... see more
doi: 10.1016/j.contraception.2022.07.010. Online ahead of print. 1 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Florida College of Medicine- Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. 2 Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, ..... see more
ABSTRACT ABSTRACT The postpartum period may pose a considerable challenge for both parent sleep and sexual activity. This study assessed the links between partnered sexual frequency and satisfaction postpartum and ..... see more
Objective: This study evaluated the sustained impact of community-based family planning (FP) interventions on current modern contraceptive and long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) use among married adolescent girls in rural Niger. ..... see more
Discussion: Our findings indicate that the drivers of contraceptive failure occur at different levels that are all nested within systemic and social structures. These findings and our adaptations of the HBM may inform further work to identify the specific correlates of contraceptive failure as well as indicate opportunities for improving...
The dominance of one contraceptive method in some locations raises the question of whether family planning policies should aim to expand method mix or invest in making existing methods more ..... see more