Emergency contraception: A method every woman should know
Khan,M.E.; Sebastian,Mary Philip
Total Health 1(7): 16-
Publication date: 2006
The article discusses the role of emergency contraception as a reproductive health intervention. It defines emergency contraception, and discusses details of when and how emergency contraceptive pills (ECP) should be taken. It provides information on side effects and how ECP can be obtained from both the public and private sector. The article also discusses how ECP cannot induce abortion and that it is not a regular family planning method, particularly, how clients should initiate or resume regular contraception after using ECP.
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