Contraception, abortion, and sterilization in general practice

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H. Kimpton , London
Contraception., Abortion., Sterilization (Birth con
StatementK. Leslie Oldershaw.
LC ClassificationsRG136 .O42
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ISBN 100853137900
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Abortion and Sterilization: Medical and Social Aspects investigates the medical and social aspects of abortion and sterilization. Its aim is to legitimate abortion and sterilization for the sake of those who need and seek the service. The best techniques are presented in.

Some of the most consistently debated ethical issues in health care are the moral conflicts regarding abortion, sterilization, and contraception. This chapter asks readers to consider these topics. These areas raise the same general moral themes covered in the field of biomedical ethics but do so in a dramatic and emotionally charged setting.

The film No Más Bebés follows the story of Mexican American women who were sterilized under duress while giving birth at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center in the s and s.

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Birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, is a method or device used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control has been used since ancient times, but effective and safe methods of birth control only became available in the 20th century. Planning, making available, and using birth control is called family planning.

Some cultures limit or discourage access to MeSH: D Male sterilization procedures cost less and carry less risk than female sterilization procedures; however, in the US, female sterilization is performed more often than male sterilization.

Mosher WD, Martinez GM, Chandra A, et al. Use of contraception and use of family planning services in the United States:   Which method of contraception best suits your patient's needs. Contraceptive technology has exploded at breakneck speed.

The options now available can bewilder patients who need practical advice for family planning. Contraception provides just that practical advice. Divided into three sections covering selection and cost comparison, individual methods of 1/5(1).

Start studying Infertility, Contraception, and Abortion. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Birth control is the device and/or practice used to decrease the risk of conceiving or bearing offspring.

Coitus Interruptus Emergency Contraception IUD Sterilization. Non-medical Contraception. Contraception: Science and Practice serves as a guidebook for elucidating the science of contraception, and at the same time for utilizing the methods better to meet human needs.

Organized into 17 chapters, this book first explores the world view on birth control, as well as the complications of combined oral Edition: 1. Contraception he practiced the full range of reproductive medicine: contraception, sterilization, abortion, artificial reproduction, embryo destruction, and even developed a reputation for being very adept at late-term abortions.

His conversion began in reflection as he witnessed the effects of. Family Planning, Sterilization, and Abortion As societies become more affluent, fertility decreases.

This decrease is a response to the use of contraception and induced abortion. During her reproductive lifespan, the average!Kung woman, a member of an African tribe of hunter-gatherers, experienced 15 years of lactational amenorrhea, 4 years of pregnancy, and only 48.

The Theme of the Book. Sterilization Reversal – A Generous Act of Love is a compilation of 20 stories of couples who were sterilized and then sought sterilization reversal.

It is the first book that discusses, from a Roman Catholic perspective, the destructive impact that sterilization has on marriage and the joyous spiritual and marital renewal experienced by couples after reversal.

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The US has one of the highest rates of unintended pregnancy in the developed world. About half of all pregnancies in the US are unintended. Of these, approximately 40% end in abortion. Between andthe abortion rate declined from to in women aged years, with the Ce.

Effectiveness: Vasectomy (male sterilisation) and tubal occlusion (female sterilisation) are both over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. Fit and forget: After a successful procedure, you don't have to think about or use contraception sterilisation is rarely reversible, so don't choose this option unless you're absolutely certain you don't want any children in the future.

Human Fertility Control: Theory and Practice reviews the theoretical and practical concepts of human fertility control and covers topics ranging from hormonal contraception and barrier methods to intra-uterine contraception, legal abortion, and sterilization.

As awareness of abuses increased, the calls for action became stronger. Inthe U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) — now the Department of Health and Human Services — published guidelines for sterilization procedures. These guidelines established a moratorium on sterilization of women under the age of 21 and on.

The history of birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, refers to the methods or devices that have been historically used to prevent pregnancy.

Planning and provision of birth control is called family planning. In some times and cultures, abortion had none of the stigma which it has today, making birth control less important; abortion was in practice a means of. How now-Cardinal Nichols knowingly allowed a book approving contraception to circulate in his UK diocese about 18 hours ago Catholic bishops’ spineless response to UK abortion laws puts blood.

Abortion and Sterilization: Medical and Social Aspects. New York: Grune & Stratton, Pages to Further Reading: The Abortion-Contraception Connection. Gary Atkinson, Ph.D., and Father Albert Moraczewski, Ph.D. A Moral Evaluation of Contraception and Sterilization: A Dialogical Study.

Download Citation | The Right to Family Planning, Contraception, and Abortion | This chapter discusses the perspective of India on the issues of family planning. Methods Surgical. Surgical sterilization methods include: Tubal ligation in females, known popularly as "having one's tubes tied".

The fallopian tubes, which allow the sperm to fertilize the ovum and would carry the fertilized ovum to the uterus, are generally involves a general anesthetic and a laparotomy or laparoscopic approach to cut, clip or cauterize the First use: Ancient. Evangelium Vitae [13] points out, “Contraception and abortion are often closely connected, as fruits of the same tree.” As such, all of this tree’s fruits ― whether they be contraception, abortion, euthanasia, homosexual activity, masturbation, or pornography ― are poisonous to the soul.

Introduction The question of birth control has created much debate in the Western world. This question is related to the basic view of sex. On one hand, if you relate sex to the original sin and equate it with evil, and allow sexual intercourse only for the purpose of procreation then, obviously, you will be totally opposed to birth control.

General survey of 1eg:islation The parallel obligation to provide advice on contraception is frequently included in such enactments.

Provision is even made in some cases for sterilization. cribed in the legislation is that requests for abortion are, in practice, not infrequently refused. The Contraception of Grief a decision that can be rooted in the widespread practice of contraception and sterilization.

Although not yet acknowledged in mainstream society, we see this pain surfacing increasingly among women and men who come to regret the use of abortifacient devices and pills as well as sterilization procedures that.

In general, this practice is more serious the more it departs from the natural way (In Libros Sententiarum, IV, 31, 2, 3). Sixtus V. In the late sixteenth century, Sixtus V () passed a series of laws to curb the immorality of his day.

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Contraception An ancient interest A controversial practice Evolution of the condom Modern times The pill and its offspring Permanent contraception Challenges of contraception Future contraceptive methods Resources Source for information on Contraception: The Gale Encyclopedia of Science dictionary.

Comparing contraception and abortion enables us to see that they are linked in a death chain. Contraception is at the top of the chain.

Contraception gives birth to abortion deaths and to the acceptance of sterile sodomy. Abortion gives birth to euthanasia. All of these give birth to the acceptance of a pervasive pornography.

This paper will focus on the majority report (titled “Responsible Parenthood”) of the Papal Birth Control Commission and its recommendations on abortion, sterilization, and contraception.Protestant views on contraception are markedly more pluralistic than the views expressed by the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, due to historical divergences of theological thought that began during the Protestant Reformation, including the rejection of an infallible doctrinal authority other than doctrine of Protestantism from the Reformation until .Despite the Church's clear stand against artificial means of birth control, most Catholic women and couples in the United States use a wide variety of contraceptive methods; 75 percent of white Catholic couples practice contraception, and among those couples, 63 percent use sterilization or oral contraceptives (Goldscheider and Mosher, ).Cited by: 1.