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*  List of MeSH codes (E07)
... intrauterine devices, copper MeSH E07.190.270 --- contraceptive devices, male MeSH E07.190.270.150 --- condoms MeSH E07.206.250 ... contraceptive devices, female MeSH E07.190.250.260 --- condoms, female MeSH E07.190.250.520 --- intrauterine devices MeSH ... ear protective devices MeSH E07.700.260 --- eye protective devices MeSH E07.700.380 --- head protective devices MeSH E07.700. ... E07.190.250.520.259 --- intrauterine device expulsion MeSH E07.190.250.520.520 --- intrauterine devices, medicated MeSH E07.190 ...
*  Abortion in Trinidad and Tobago
Today, oral contraceptives, intra-uterine devices (IUDs), and male and female condoms are available for free at public health ... Although abortion is not permitted, other methods of contraceptives such as oral contraceptives, condoms, and tubal ligation ... The United Nations reports that there has been a decline in the 90s of contraceptive usage due to access and supply limitations ... It appears that over the counter contraceptives have also become popular since the 90s. ...
*  Elsimar M. Coutinho
Intra-Uterine-Devices) The Male Contraceptive Pill Coutinho was responsible for the discovery of the contraceptive effects of ... This discovery led to studies into the first male non-hormonal contraceptive pill. Coutinho has studied menstrual suppression ... Coutinho also proposed the first contraceptive pill containing norgestrel, which is today the most used contraceptive pill ... The Modern Contraceptive Pill The Vaginal Pill (Lovelle) The Cruz de Caravaca & Croix de Lorraine IUD's ( ...
*  Fertility
An equally large industry has emerged to provide contraceptive devices designed to prevent conception. Their effectiveness in ... In males 40-69 years old, 50% of the seminiferous tubules contain mature sperm. In males 80 years old and older, 10% of the ... A large scale in Israel study suggested that the children of men 40 or older were 5.75 times more likely than children of men ... In studies that controlled for female age, comparisons between men under 30 and men over 50 found relative decreases in ...
*  Human overpopulation
... and to make birth-control devices like male and female condoms, contraceptive pills and intrauterine devices easily available. ... but there was a greater focus on sterilizing women than sterilizing men. Some unmarried young men and political opponents may ... The power of population is so superior to the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man, that premature death must in ... Officially, men with two children or more had to submit to sterilization, ...
*  Acrosin
... reversible male contraceptives, or female contraceptives through the use of intravaginal contraceptive devices. Moreover, as ... Burck P.J., Zimmerman R.E. An intravaginal contraceptive device for the delivery of an acrosin and hyaluronidase inhibitor" ... In rabbit models, an intravaginal contraceptive device that secreted tetradecyl sodium sulfate, a known inhibitor of acrosin ... Acrosin regulation has been found to occur through Protein C inhibitor (PCI). PCI is present in the male reproductive tract at ...
*  Italian Fascism
It condemned pornography, most forms of birth control and contraceptive devices (with the exception of the condom), ... Mussolini perceived women's primary role to be childbearers while men were warriors, once saying that "war is to man what ... Fascist Italy regarded the promotion of male sexual excitation before puberty as the cause of criminality amongst male youth. ... Viva il Duce ("Long live the Leader") La guerra è per l'uomo come la maternità è per la donna (War is to man as motherhood is ...
*  Birth control
A contraceptive sponge set inside its open package. The current intrauterine devices (IUD) are small devices, often 'T'-shaped ... Usage of male forms of birth control has decreased between 1985 and 2009. Contraceptive use among women in Sub-Saharan Africa ... A transdermal contraceptive patch A NuvaRing vaginal ring Barrier contraceptives are devices that attempt to prevent pregnancy ... Emergency contraceptive methods are medications (sometimes misleadingly referred to as "morning-after pills") or devices used ...
*  Health in Uganda
... with 26 percent using modern contraceptive methods (MCM), such as female and male sterilization, pill, intrauterine device, ... The latest intervention that could improve men's sexual health is male circumcision. The 2015 maternal mortality rate per ... Prevention now includes voluntary male circumcision, although sexual behaviors among circumcised men need more understanding. ... Implicit in this is the right of men and women to be informed and to have access to safe, effective, affordable, and acceptable ...
*  Cervicitis
Non-infectious causes of cervicitis can include intrauterine devices, contraceptive diaphragms, and allergic reactions to ... Cervicitis in women has many features in common with urethritis in men and many cases are caused by sexually transmitted ...
*  Catholic theology of sexuality
While still believing that contraceptive devices interfere with the creation of life, the Pope stated that in that particular ... that he who made man from the beginning, Made them male and female? And he said: For this cause shall a man leave father and ... to use condoms in some very special cases as a device for the prevention of disease. He gave male prostitutes as an example, ... because she was taken out of man. Wherefore a man shall leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they shall ...
*  Women's reproductive health in the United States
... pill Patch Hormonal vaginal contraceptive ring Emergency contraception Barrier methods Diaphragm or cervical cap Male condom ... placing the device inside their bodies voluntarily, and the time required to hold the device in place. There is a lack of ... Oral hormonal contraceptives have an 8% failure rate. The popularity of oral hormonal contraceptives among women changes over ... Both women and men in the United States are affected by the STD epidemic. However, women have a stronger negative health ...
*  Human reproduction
Pregnancy can be avoided with the use of contraceptives such as condoms and Intrauterine devices. Human reproduction takes ... the interaction between the male and female reproductive systems results in fertilization of the woman's ovum by the man's ... The male reproductive system contains two main divisions: the testes where sperm are produced, and the penis. In humans, both ... During this process, the male inserts his penis, which needs to be erect, into the female's vagina, and then either partner ...
*  Female condom
... is a device that is used during sexual intercourse as a barrier contraceptive to reduce the risk of sexually transmitted ... female condoms may provide enhanced sensation for men as compared to male condoms; FC2 is hypo allergenic and is safe to use ... A recent version of the female condom is made from natural latex, the same material used in male condoms. This condom does not ... The female condom was developed in the late 20th century (male condoms have been used for centuries). A primary motive for its ...
*  Family planning
Long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, such as intrauterine device (IUD) and implant are highly effective and convenient ... Like older men, older women have a higher chance of having a child with autism or Down syndrome, the chances of having multiple ... Cost to the user is one factor preventing many American women from using more effective contraceptives. Making contraceptives ... It is most usually applied to a female-male couple who wish to limit the number of children they have and/or to control the ...
*  History of condoms
When U.S. customs confiscated the package as illegal contraceptive devices, Sanger helped file a lawsuit. In 1936, a federal ... Some feminists continued to oppose male-controlled contraceptives such as condoms. Many moralists and medical professionals ... During World War II condoms were not only distributed to male U.S. military members, but enlisted men were also subject to ... these same men often neglected to actually use the devices. The French medical professor Jean Astruc wrote his own anti-condom ...
*  Vas-occlusive contraception
There are numerous vas-occlusive contraceptive methods and devices that have been researched. Outlined here are a few main ... Male Contraception. [Updated 2015 Dec 18]. In: De Groot LJ, Chrousos G, Dungan K, et al., editors. Endotext [Internet]. South ... Male contraceptive http://www.newmalecontraception.org/archive/archives/1994paper.htm[full citation needed] http://apps.who.int ... Various vas-occlusive contraceptive methods have been researched for human-use, with interest in both reversible and ...
*  Birth control in Africa
Violence against women was considered justified by 51% of female and 43% of male respondents if the wife used a contraceptive ... which narrowed the scope of behavior-change communication and distribution of contraceptive devices. Recently, a new approach ... In the case of contraception, a man's use of a contraceptive may itself be a nonverbal indicator of approval. Therefore, ... In the cities of Nairobi and Bungoma in Kenya, major barriers to contraceptive use included lack of agreement on contraceptive ...
*  Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1968-69
... which governs medicines and medicinal devices. Bill S-15 repealed the reference to contraceptives in the Criminal Code, but ... Bill C-150, decriminalized homosexual acts between men over the age of consent of 21. The British Parliament's adoption of the ... A related bill, introduced and passed at the same time, decriminalised the sale of contraceptives. The Act also regulated ... which decriminalised contraceptives and brought them under the regulatory power of the Food and Drugs Act, ...
*  Edward Truelove
... he also sold contraceptive devices. The book, cheaply produced, had reached a 14th edition by 1876; in all there were 35 ... It became a one-man campaign, ending in 1880 when the Society closed down. Truelove had displayed Moral Physiology in his shop ... ISBN 978-1-136-01062-0. George Howell; David John Rowe (1972). A History of the Working Men's Association from 1836 to 1850. ...
*  Birth control in Japan
The Oral contraceptive pill prevents pregnancy by inhibiting the release of female sex hormones that are required to develop ... An IUD is a device that is inserted into a women's uterus and prevents pregnancy by changing the way sperm moves to stop ... Condoms are thin elastic pouches used by males that covers the penis during sexual intercourse to prevent pregnancy and STDs. ... "Estrogen and Progestin (Oral Contraceptives): MedlinePlus Drug Information". medlineplus.gov. Retrieved 2017-10-04. "IUD Birth ...
*  Women in Brunei
... and have access to contraceptive devices and methods through the government and private clinics. According to information ... The law does not criminalise spousal rape; it explicitly states that sexual intercourse by a man with his wife, as long as she ... Islamic law requires that males receive twice the inheritance of women. Civil law permits female citizens to pass their ... Islamic courts staffed by male and female officials offered counselling to married couples in domestic violence cases. ...
*  Religion and birth control
... intrauterine device, etc.), while males don't. Generally speaking, when Orthodox Jewish couples contemplate the use of ... Modern contraceptive inventions have given many an exaggerated sense of safety and prompted more people than ever before to ... It also mentions in the story of King Yayati that a man solicited by a woman who is fertile and doesn't grant her wishes is ... It should be noted that the biblical law of being "fruitful" and "multiplying" is viewed as one that applies only to men, and ...
*  1935 in Ireland
Section 17 explicitly makes the import or sale of contraceptive devices illegal. 3 March - in his Lenten pastoral the Thomas ... 20 January - forty men from the Connemara Gaeltacht travel to County Meath to inspect the area which is to be settled by ...
*  Coitus interruptus
Compared to the other common reversible methods of contraception such as IUDs, hormonal contraceptives and male condoms, coitus ... In comparison, the pill has an actual use failure rate of 2-8%, while the intrauterine device (IUD) has an actual use failure ... "Evaluation of contraceptive efficacy and cycle control of a transdermal contraceptive patch vs an oral contraceptive: a ... see table First-Year Contraceptive Failure Rates Hatcher, RA; Trussel J; Stewart F; et al. (2000). Contraceptive Technology ( ...
*  Jewish views on contraception
Contraceptive measures that lead to male sterility, are not ever permitted for their interfering with a man's obligation, only ... or an intrauterine device) is preferred by most authorities. Fertility awareness methods (modern improvements over the rhythm ... The Midrash of Genesis speaks of the origins of oral contraceptives: "In the early time of creation, in the time of Lemech, a ... For example, a crushed or mangled man may not be permitted to marry anyone but a convert under Jewish law, and halachic ...