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A multicenter study of the Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) was carried out to test the acceptability and efficacy of the method. Additionally, the data are used to test new constructs for improvement of method criteria. A protocol was designed at the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH),...
The aim of the study was to investigate if bacterial vaginosis (BV) is associated with use of specific contraceptives. Women at family planning and youth clinics (n = 956), among whom 131 had BV, were subjects for structured in-depth interviews including current and previous contraceptive use....
Norethisterone enanthate (NET-En), an established intramuscular long-acting contraceptive agent, has previously been shown to be effective in inhibiting fertility in two rodent species even 4 days after oral ingestion. Pharmacokinetics of NET and NET-En were studied after oral and intramuscular...
Experts on contraceptive technology concur that progestin-only methods can be used safely during lactation. However, very few studies exist of the effects on lactation of the introduction of progestin-only methods prior to the sixth postpartum week. Since progesterone withdrawal is the likely...
The study of a modified minilaparotomy technique of interval female sterilization is reported. The modified minilaparotomy technique of interval female sterilization is performed under local anesthesia using the Ramathibodi uterine manipulator, bivalve speculum, and a low midline incision. Sixty...
The potential of a novel LHRH antagonist, TX54, to inhibit reproductive function in male rats was evaluated. After subcutaneous injection at a dosage of 200 μg/rat, once a week for 2 weeks, all the drug-treated male rats maintained mating behavior. But, only one out of seven female rats mated to...
A multicenter study of the Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) was carried out to determine acceptability, satisfaction, and utilization in 10 different populations, and to confirm the efficacy of the method. Efficacy data are presented in a companion paper. A protocol was designed at the...
In order to assess efficacy, safety, and acceptability of the contraceptive subdermal implants Norplant ® and Norplant ® -II in Mexican women, a comparative phase III clinical trial was undertaken in eight clinics across the country. The study involved 1052 women who were followed-up trimonthly...
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