PART 4: ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG CANADIAN WOMEN: PRACTICES AND OPINIONS
- Previously pregnant teens don't want pill. // USA Today Magazine;Feb96, Vol. 124 Issue 2609, p16
Reveals that American teenage girls that have been pregnant prefer long-term contraceptive to the oral contraceptive pill. Problems of teenagers in taking the pill; Non-compliance rates for the pill; Medical symptoms associated with birth control method.
- Birth Control Pills: Which Type is Best. // HealthFacts;Jun2000, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p2
Provides information on the effectiveness of birth control pills, with emphasis on the performance of monophasic oral contraceptives.
- Oral Contraceptive Use Worldwide. // Population Reports;Spring2000, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p4
Deals with oral contraceptives as the most widely used method of birth control.
- NEWSLINE: Myzilra for Contraception. // Monthly Prescribing Reference;Jan2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, pA-7
The article reports that drug Myzilra has been approved for use as an oral hormonal contraceptive.
- Dispensation of Emergency Contraceptive Pills in Michigan Title X Clinics. Brown, Joseph W.; Boulton, Matthew L. // American Journal of Public Health;Sep98, Vol. 88 Issue 9, p1380
Studies emergency contraceptive pill dispensation in Michigan Title X family planning programs. Prediction of extent of emergency dispensation; Contributions of health departments; Challenges in developing effective dispensation system.
- What we know now about oral contraceptives. Rodman, Morton J. // RN;Sep79, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p133
Offers pieces of advice related to the use of oral contraceptives. Physiological effects of oral contraceptives; Relationship between pill use and cigarette smoking; Adverse effects of birth control pills.
- Pills Over the Counter. // British Medical Journal;5/17/1975, Vol. 2 Issue 5967, p355
The article discusses various issues concerning the use of oral contraceptives for birth control in Great Britain. Suggestion on dispensing oral contraceptives through direct sale; Side effects of oral contraceptives; Contraindications of pills.
- Hopes rise for India's own contraceptive. Mangla, Bhupesh // New Scientist;8/3/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1780, p6
Announces the launching of an oral contraceptive through India's national family planning program. Reduction of birth rate; Development of the drug; Mechanism of action of the contraceptive.
- SEX ANSWERS, PLEASE! Hutcherson, Hilda // Glamour;Mar2009, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p135
The article presents an answer to a question about birth control pills.