Takfallah, L and Firozeh, M and Parsaniya, Z and Najafi, A (2012) THE INVESTIGATION ABOUT CONTINUING AND EFFECTING CONTRACEPTIVE IN SEMNAN. The Journal of Urmia Nursing and Midwifery Faculty, 10 (2). pp. 175-182.

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Nowadays a lot of works are being carried out in family planning which is also increasing However, about 8 to 30 million of unwanted pregnancy happens annually because of not using the contraceptive methods continually. In this study, the maintaining use of the methods and effective factors in their interruption are investigated. Materials & Methods: This study is peripheral and descriptive. The Studied women were 15 to 49 years old that had stop their contraceptive methods.486 women were selected randomly. Data were collected by questionnaires that have been validated by content validation method and for determining the final result, Bakh test with coefficient of 91% has been used. After collecting data by SPSS software, they were analyzed by statistics tests such as variance analyzing and Kay and Caplan Mayer square tests. Result: This study indicates the most common contraceptive method being used iscandom (41.7%), and the lowest common method been used is IUD(3/4%) . the average time of using the contraceptive methods for Iud, Ocp, candom and DMPA are 12.3, 422.4, 814.79 and 14.610, respectively. The most important reason for stoping the use of ocp (changing the method 30 %) candom (husband’s resistance and fear of being not effective 22%) IUD (bleeding and spotting 48%) DMPA (changing the method 28%) Conclusion: In addition to the coherent and more scientific trainings, motivational counseling with cooperating of couples in the inception time and the first six months is suggested

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Hormonal contraceptive, condom, IUD
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email
Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2018 05:25
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2019 09:32

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