Recent Advances In Reproductive System|OMICS International|Reproductive System And Sexual Disorders

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Recent Advances In Reproductive System

Reproductive health in its broader sense should be a concern for all but it is not for just that of women. Until today most researchers focused on women as the target group and paid little attention to the role that men might have with respect to reproductive health decision making and behavior. In order to curb the harmful effects of population growth, many developing countries are imparting different Information, Education and Communication (IEC) about family planning programs and for services provision. One of the most important choices a woman or couple can make is the decision to use contraception. Even if a couple wants a child as soon as possible after marriage, the use of contraception thereafter: for child "spacing" is a sensible decision. For couples, use of contraception also contributes to a more satisfying sexual relationship by reducing the fear of unwanted pregnancy. Assessment of Husband-Wife Communication and Practice of Contraceptives in Angecha Woreda, Kembata Tembaro Zone, South Ethiopia: A Cross Sectional Study; Degefa Helamo, Fasil Tessema and Feleke Doyore.
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Last date updated on August, 2021