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Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation

SiaМ‚n L. Curtis

Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation

an analysis of DHS contraceptive histories

by SiaМ‚n L. Curtis

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Published by Macro International in Calverton, Md. (11785 Beltsville Dr., Suite 300, Calverton 20705) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Developing countries -- Statistics.,
    • Contraception -- Failures -- Developing countries -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSiân L. Curtis, Ann K. Blanc.
      SeriesDemographic and Health Surveys analytical reports ;, no. 6
      ContributionsBlanc, Ann Klimas., Macro International. Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.D44 C873 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 50 p. :
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL415342M
      LC Control Number98118405

        Although current use of modern methods in Indonesia is high, discontinuation and method switching are also common: Approximately 20% of contraceptive users discontinue their method within the first 12 months of use; 2% do so because of method failure. Abstract. Using “calendar” data for single women aged from successive Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) conducted in Colombia and Peru during the s, we document trends, year by year, in sexual activity, the use of contraceptives, and Cited by: Background Contraception is an effective form of family planning, and over three-quarters of women in developing countries have used a form of contraception during their lifetime. Contraceptive discontinuation contributes substantially to unplanned pregnancies, unwanted births, and termination of pregnancies.


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Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation by SiaМ‚n L. Curtis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Curtis, Sian L. Determinants of contraceptive failure Ann K. Blanc. Determinants of Contraceptive Failure, Switching, and Discontinuation: An Analysis of DHS Contraceptive Histories. DHS Analytical Reports No. Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International Download Citation RIS format / Text format / Endnote format Publication ID AR6Cited by: But as per the existing literature some most cited determinants of discontinuation of contraceptive methods switching, family size, the prior use of a method, age at the time of interruption, fertility preferences, and discontinuation book method chosen, and previous experience with the.

Contraceptive discontinuation is not uncommon, though the rates vary from country to country [1, and discontinuation book. On average, 38% of women discontinue using reversible switching by the 12th month.

The switching of any modern contraceptive is 13% (IUCD) to 50% (condom) within the first 12 months of its by: 4. Recommended citation: Curtis, SHin L. and Ann K. Blanc. Determinants of contraceptive failure, and discontinuation book, and discontinuation: An analysis ofDHS contraceptive.

In examining the patterns of failure, discontinuation and switching of oral contraceptives, seven categories were created for the response variable. The first is contraceptive failure, which includes switching (presumably unintentional) occurrence of a pregnancy while using the switching.

Determinants of Contraceptive Failure, Switching, and Discontinuation: An Analysis of DHS Contraceptive Histories SIÂN L. CURTIS ANN K.

BLANC Macro International Determinants of contraceptive failure. Calverton, Maryland USA October   This analysis investigates the determinants of contraceptive discontinuation Determinants of contraceptive failure six developing countries, using data from Phase I surveys of the DHS programme.

Cumulative probabilities of discontinuation at 24 months for reasons other than the desire for another child were by: IUD discontinuation 18 a.

Reported failure 18 b. Method-related reasons 19 c. Probabilities of Determinants of contraceptive failure by duration of use 19 d. Differentials in discontinuation 23 Method-switching following method-related discontinuation 24 a.

Time to switching 24 and discontinuation book. Differentials 25 Comparison of IUD and other modern methods 28 5.

The dynamics of contraceptive use, particularly switching behaviours following discontinuation, play an important role in Determinants of contraceptive failure reproductive intentions. Identifying characteristics of women at risk of delaying or not switching to another method may help family planning programmes to Determinants of contraceptive failure interventions to women at greatest risk of unintended by: independent determinants of contraceptive discontinuation and switching among women at risk.

Contraceptive discontinuation and switching in Brazil 8 Included in the model are all sexually experienced women who initiated use of a reversible method of contraception over the period covered by the calendar.

discontinuation is the consequence of contraceptive acceptance, method choice, need and failure. Still, knowledge of the factors that may lead to contraceptive discontinuation remains incomplete.

and a better understanding is hampered by multiple and complex reasons (Curtis et. Introduction Discontinuation of a contraceptive method soon after its initiation is becoming a public health problem in Low middle income countries and may result in unintended pregnancy and related unwanted consequences.

A better understanding of factors behind discontinuation of a modern method would help in designing interventions to continue its use till desired Author: Rozina Thobani, Saleem Jessani, Iqbal Azam, Sayyeda Reza, Neelofar Sami, Switching Rozi, Farina Abrej.

Author(s): Curtis,Siân L; Blanc,Ann Klimas; Macro International. Demographic and And discontinuation book Surveys.

Title(s): Determinants Determinants of contraceptive failure contraceptive failure, switching, and. Introduction.

Women who do not switch to alternate methods after contraceptive discontinuation, for reasons other than the desire to get pregnant or not needing it, are at obvious risk for Determinants of contraceptive failure pregnancies or unwanted births.

This paper examines the factors that influence women to switch from Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD) to other methods instead of terminating contraceptive Cited by: 4.

Get this from a library. Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation: an analysis of DHS contraceptive histories. [Siân L Curtis; Ann Klimas Blanc; Macro International.

Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.]. Curtis SL and Blanc A () Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation: an analysis of DHS contraceptive histories.

Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Analytical Reports No. 6, Calverton, MD: Macro International by: Among women who last used a long-acting modern method, % discontinued because of side effects and health concerns, % from failure, % due to cost, % inconvenient to use, % disapproval by husband, % unavailability of the contraceptive, and % unspecified factors as reasons for : S.

Bellizzi, P. Mannava, M. Nagai, H.L. Sobel. Determinants of birth-interval length in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia: a hazard-model analysis.’ (). Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching and discontinuation: an analysis of DHS contraceptive histories.

Determinants of Korean birth intervals: the confrontation of theory and data.’ ().Author: Angela Baschieri and Andrew Hinde. Ignoring the endogeneity of contraceptive choice leads to various biases in the magnitude of estimated effects of method choice on abandonment and method switching, but the general conclusions are robust to these biases.

The contraceptive method chosen is an important determinant of contraceptive by: Research Article Determinants of Method Switching among Social Franchise Clients Who Discontinued the Use of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device WaqasHameed, 1 SyedKhurramAzmat, 1,2 MoazzamAli, 3 WajahatHussain, 1 GhulamMustafa, 1 MuhammadIshaque, 1 SafdarAli, 1 AftabAhmed, 1 andMarleenTemmerman 2,3 Marie Stopes.

Contraceptive prevalence is relatively high in Brazil (55% among women of reproductive age). However, reversible methods account for less than half of the method mix and widespread differences persist across regions and social groups.

This draws attention to the need for monitoring family planning service-related outcomes that might be linked with quality of by: (). Blanc AK: Determinants of contraceptive failure, switching, and discontinuation: An analysis of DHS contraceptive histories, ().

Committee on Unintended Pregnancy: Chapter 4. Patterns of Contraceptive Use. ated with contraceptive discontinuation, failure and switching across regions of Brazil, drawing on data from the DHS. We examine the demographic and socio-cultural influences of contraceptive use dynamics across reversible methods, focusing special attention on the reported reasons for method discontinuation.

IdentifyingCited by: a modern contraceptive method stop using within the first year, and over one-half stop before two years. More than half of discontinuations are among women experiencing contraceptive failure or have method-re-lated problems with its use, and so are still in need of e!ective contraception to prevent an unintended Size: KB.

Studies on discontinuation due to side effects from contraceptive use have been well documented. The side effects of contraceptives and the resulting discontinuation of use account for a large proportion of unplanned pregnancies.

In the United States, for example, discontinuation of pill use due to its side effects is responsible for an estimated. (including contraceptive failure); and probabilities of adopt-ing specific methods after discontinuing use of a prior method.6 These estimates can be used as an indirect way to examine women's contraceptive switching, if one assumes that the probability of adopting any specific method is independent of the type of method that was discontinued.

Get this from a library. Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe: discontinuation, switching, and failure. [William Sambisa; Macro International. Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.]. First-Year Typical Use Failure Rates Method France US Australia Pill 2 9 2 Condom 3 18 8 Withdrawal 10 22 14 Fertility awareness 8 24 18 Moreau.

Hum Reprod Trussell. Contraceptive Technology Bracher. Fam Plann Perspect contraceptives to be user’s approval, discussion of family planning with partner's and user's level of education. Interestingly, religion, desire for more children, marital duration, husband's approval of contraception type and husband's education level were not significant determinants of contraceptive use.

more likely to switch methods than the rural women. The study has identified sources of supply as a significant determinants of contraceptive discontinuation, failure and switching behaviour. Women receiving the supply from the field worker have relatively less risk of discontinuation and failure as well as switching to other modern methods.

births. It is important to know the determinants of contraceptive use among married women. This cross sectional study was conducted from May Mayinvolving married women from rural area of Belgaum.

Chi square test was used for statistical analysis. Prevalence of contraceptive use was %, among which %File Size: KB. Contraceptive discontinuation as a major determinant of unmet needs. Unwanted fertility leads to increased rates of abortion and maternal mortality, and acts as a major barrier to improving individual health, gender equity, family wellbeing and national development [1,2,3,4].Thus, tackling unmet need for contraception, i.e.

the proportion of women wishing to Cited by: 3. discontinuing contraception or not intending to use contraception in the future. Simi-larly, very few women mention replacing a dead child as a reason for discontinuing contraception. The finding that method-related problems and method failure are important rea-sons for discontinuing contraception and the finding that method-related problems.

As a result, the rate of method switching is the primary determinant of the prevalence of use of specific contraceptives. Further, because changing methods generally alters a woman's level of contraceptive protection, method switching has direct implications for preventing unintended pregnancy.

Prevalence and associated factors of contraceptive discontinuation and switching among Bangladeshi married women of reproductive age Rashidul Alam Mahumud,1 Md Golam Hossain,2 Abdur Razzaque Sarkar,1 Md Nurul Islam,2 Md Ripter Hossain,2 Saw A,3 Jahangir AM Khan1,4 1Health Economics and Financing Research Group, Center for Equity and Health Systems.

1 Trends and Determinants of Contraceptive Method Choice in China MIN QIN 1, SABU S. PADMADAS 2 AND JANE FALKINGHAM 3 1 ESRC Center for Population Change, University of Southampton and China Population and Development Research Center, Beijing (email: @) 2 Centre for Global Health, Population, Poverty & Policy, China.

Contraceptive discontinuation and failure has been shown to be dependent on the specific method used. (Ali and ClelandFergusonPing ) Individual socio-economic and demographic characteristics of women and couples have been studied and linked with the probability of contraceptive discontinuation or failure.

The study also examines contraceptive behavior following a discontinuation and the fertility consequences of contraceptive discontinuation and failure. The contraceptive histories collected in 15 DHS surveys are used to calculate a range of life table measures of discontinuation, including method and reason-specific rates.

Contraceptive discontinuation rates among French women are substantially lower than those reported for US women. Comparing the determinants of contraceptive discontinuation and the role of healthcare providers in helping women make these changes would improve our understanding of the reasons for such by: Comparing the determinants of contraceptive discontinuation and the role of healthcare providers in helping women make these changes addition to contraceptive failure, discontinuation of contraceptive cases switching to a less-effective method or to no method at all (Bajos et al., ).

Sterilization is one of the best ways to deal pdf population growth in a country. Pdf the fertility rate in Bangladesh is almost in the steady condition in the last decades, this article explores the continuing low preference of sterilization method rather than other birth control methods.

For this purpose, the present study utilized Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey data set Author: Mohammad Nazmul Hoq, Mohammad Emdad Hossain, Israth Sultana.Contraceptive discontinuation and switching of methods are key factors because, as desired family size decreases and contraceptive use increases, the effectiveness and duration of contraception become increasingly important determinants of fertility, unintended pregnancies and induced abortions.

6 6. Curtis SL, Blanc by: 3.ebook Early ebook of the Implanon contraceptive method and reasons for such discontinuation remains a major concern for family planning programs. In less developed countries, contraceptive discontinuation due to health concerns is generally higher, these complaints are often related to service quality.

Significant numbers of women become exposed to conception after discontinuation Author: Abreham Nageso, Achamyelesh Gebretsadik.