PART 8: CHANGES IN CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG CANADIAN WOMEN
- Improving access to EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION Must be affordable and easily available to all women. Saibil, Diane // Network Magazine of the Canadian Women's Health Network;Fall2005/Winter2006, Vol. 8 Issue 1/2, p18
Focuses on issues related to emergency contraception of women in Canada. Decision of Health Canada to change the status of emergency contraception pill (ECP) from a prescription to a nonprescription product; Need for governments to make ECP available without a scheduled status; Benefits of...
- 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.
- 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.
- Ulipristal Acetate Tablets (Ella). Elliott, William T.; Chan, James // Internal Medicine Alert;10/15/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p149
The article offers information on Ulipristal acetate, an emergency contraceptive from Laboratoire HRA Pharma that has been approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and is said to prevent pregnancy after a suspected contraceptive failure or unprotected sexual intercourse.
- Health tip: heads-up to pill takers. // Shape;Nov2000, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p54
Offers women advice on how to use birth-control pills correctly.
- Morning-after pill. Wernick, Sarah // Working Mother;Jun94, p20
Presents an oral contraceptive called Ovral as a morning-after pill. Interference of pill with fertilization and implantation; Menstruation of women after two weeks; Common side effects; Percentage of effectivity.
- Pills, patches, and rings: What's new in contraception. Martin, Kathryn // Drug Topics;10/7/2002, Vol. 146 Issue 19, p53
Reports on the availability of contraceptive options to women. Combination oral contraceptives (OC); Extended OC regimens; Intrauterine system; Vaginal rings; Transdermal patches; Injectable methods.
- how to: find better birth control. K. M. // Self;Feb2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p112
The article offers tips on how to choose the right birth control pill.