International Family Planning Perspectives And Digest

Book : International Family Planning Perspectives And Digest

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Amerika

Skin : 6 / 1

Period : 3 monthly

Published Date : 1980

Publisher : The Alan Guttmacher Institute

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 8327

INDEX

Articles

Fertility and Family Planning In Mexico
Raûl Rodriguez-Barocio ,José Carcîa-Nunez
Manuel Urbina-Fuentes and Deirdre Wulf 2

Service Availability and the Unmet Need
For Contraceptive and Sterilization
Services in Sâo Paulo State, Brazil
Barbara Janowitz,John E. Anderson, Leo Morris,
Milton S. Nakamura and Joaquim Barreto Fonseca 10

Puerto Rico: Recent Trends
In F ertility and Sterilization
Harriet B. Presser 21

Special Report

Bangkok: Are Males Resistant To Sterilization?
Nikom Dusitsin, Banpot Boonsiri and Kasem Chitpatima 26

Digest

Hypertension, Not Pill Use, Increases Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Risk 28
Colombia: Fertility Down, Contraceptive Use Up; Unmet Need Unchanged 29
Pain During Laparoscopic Sterilization Least Likely with Clips 31
Contraceptive Use Low: Peru Women Have More Children Than They Want 32
Liver Tumor: Higher Risk with Pill Use Than Previously Reported 35
Romania Restricts Abortion, Birth Control Access: Birthrate Rises 36
Five-Year Study Finds Vasectomy Does Not Alter Hormone Levels 37
Japan: 7 in 10 Married Women Want No More Children; Fertility Falls 38
Two Natural Family Planning Methods: High Pregnancy, Dropout Rates 39
Almost All Abortions in France Performed in First Trirnester 40
Pill Use in Pregnancy: No Strong Link to Infants' Heart Defects 41