Literature review on family planning in nigeria

Monthly summary and review of significant recent research of published sing contraceptive access for hard-to-reach populations with vouchers and social franchising in ugandaoctober 2017family physicians and provision of immediate postpartum contraception: a cera studyoctober 2017contraceptive counseling among pediatric primary care providers in western pennsylvania: a survey-based studyoctober 2017residents perceive limited education on family planning and contraception for patients with severe and persistent mental illnessoctober 2017optimization of contraceptive dosage regimen of centchromanseptember 2017when doctors deny drugs: sexism and contraception access in the medical fieldseptember 2017contraceptive use and unplanned pregnancy among female sex workers in zambiaseptember 2017manual vacuum aspiration (mva) – a safe option for evacuation of first trimester miscarriage in cardiac patientsaugust 2017adolescent reproductive and contraceptive knowledge and attitudes and adult contraceptive behavioraugust 2017uterine perforation by intrauterine devices: a 16-year reviewaugust 2017manual vacuum aspiration (mva) – a safe option for evacuation of first trimester miscarriage in cardiac patientsjuly 2017adolescent reproductive and contraceptive knowledge and attitudes and adult contraceptive behaviorjuly 2017uterine perforation by intrauterine devices: a 16-year reviewjuly 2017postabortion contraceptionjune 2017a randomized trial of motivational interviewing and facilitated contraceptive access to prevent rapid repeat pregnancy among adolescent mothersjune 2017emergency contraceptive pill users' risk perceptions for sexually transmitted infections and future unintended pregnancyjune 2017evaluation of two intervention models on contraceptive attitudes and behaviors among nulliparous women in shanghai, china: a clustered randomized controlled trialjune 2017effect of male partner's support on spousal modern contraception in a low resource settingmay 2017a survey regarding acceptability of oral emergency contraception according to the posited mechanism of actionmay 2017missed pills: frequency, reasons, consequences and solutionsapril 2017experience from a multi-country initiative to improve the monitoring of selected reproductive health indicators in africamarch 2017contraceptive counselling for women with multiple unintended pregnancies: the abortion client's perspectivemarch 2017family planning and zika virus: need for renewed and cohesive efforts to ensure availability of intrauterine contraception in latin america and the caribbeanmarch 2017factors influencing unintended pregnancy and abortion among unmarried youth in vietnam: a literature reviewmarch 2017contraceptive non-use and emergency contraceptive use at first sexual intercourse among nearly 12 000 scandinavian womenfebuary 2017healthcare provider attitudes regarding contraception for women with obesityfebuary 2017contraception for adolescents with chronic rheumatic diseasesfebuary 2017intrauterine contraception after medical abortion: factors affecting success of early insertionjanuary 2017use of combined hormonal contraceptives among women with migraines and risk of ischemic strokejanuary 2017key role of drug shops and pharmacies for family planning in urban nigeria and kenyajanuary 2017postpartum uptake of contraception in rural northern malawi: a prospective studydecember 2016etonogestrel-releasing contraceptive implant for postpartum adolescents: a randomized controlled trialdecember 2016motivational interviewing to promote long-acting reversible contraception in postpartum teenagersdecember 2016improving the quality of postabortion care services in togo increased uptake of contraceptionnovember 2016barriers and myths that limit the use of intrauterine contraception in nulliparous women: a survey of brazilian gynaecologistsnovember 2016a prospective cohort study of the feasibility and acceptability of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (dmpa) administered subcutaneously through self-injectionnovember 2016pediatricians' attitudes and beliefs about long-acting reversible contraceptives influence counselingoctober 2016influence of contraceptive choice on vaginal bacterial and fungal microfloraoctober 2016immediate postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device insertions in caesarean and vaginal deliveries: a comparative study of follow-up outcomesoctober 2016adolescent female text messaging preferences to prevent pregnancy after an emergency department visit: a qualitative analysisoctober 2016factors associated with short inter-pregnancy interval in women who plan postpartum larc: a retrospective studyseptember 2016comparing effectiveness of active and passive client follow-up approaches in sustaining the continued use of long acting reversible contraceptives (larc) in rural punjab: a multicentre, non-inferiority trialseptember 2016accessible contraceptive implant removal services: an essential element of quality service delivery and scale-upseptember 2016is hpv vaccination in pregnancy safe? The study reveals that mere physical access (proximity to clinics for family planning) and awareness of contraceptives are not sufficient to ensure that contraceptive needs are met.

The study demonstrates that mere physical access (proximity to clinics for family planning) and awareness of contraceptives are not sufficient to ensure that contraceptive needs are met. The objective of the study presented in this paper was to investigate differences among males and females regarding knowledge on contraceptive methods, fertility preference and contraceptive practice among married men and women in jimma zone, results of this analysis demonstrate that more than 98% of the couples had access to health facilities that deliver family planning.

34],[35] abortion as a method of family planning is illegal in nigeria but there are reports that its rate may be quite high. Attitude to family planning was generally positive as indicated by desired family size (71%) of less than 4 children with 6 out of 10 desiring future intention to use.

12] modern contraceptives are the best methods of family planning (fp) because of their effectiveness in regulating fertility and family size and as tools in preventive reproductive health. The method of family planning known in decreasing order was: male condom (68%); injectables (64%); the pills (56%); iud (37%); and sterilization (16%).

Materials and methods: a cross-sectional descriptive study of 100 women with severe mental illness attending psychiatric outpatient clinic in ilorin, nigeria, using a semi-structured questionnaire. 12],[13] unlike in developed countries, there is little or no evidence in literature from developing countries like nigeria that mental health workers have adapted to the trends in sexuality, fertility, and marriage counseling of patients with severe mental illness.

This is often the reason men and women in developing countries give for not practicing family planning. Nike is an agrarian community on the outskirts of recently, lagos, which is located on the southwestern coast of nigeria, was the capital city of nigeria.

Discussion this is a study of knowledge and use of family planning among an outpatient population of women with severe mental illness, a majority of whom had schizophrenia, were educated, and gainfully employed. Compared to edhs 2011, a noteworthy finding in our study is the low use of implants, suggesting that health facilities in our study area are not able to deliver this background characteristics of women, literacy, age, the number of children, and being highly supportive of family planning were found to be important indicators of current contraceptive; this is confirmed by different studies [4], [20]–[22].

Therefore, family planning interventions should pay particular attention to both wives' and husbands' participation in family planning, while at the same time further educating married women and men on specific methods of contraception and their possible side effects. For usethe most common reasons for using family planning can be categorized in order of frequency as follows: termination of child bearing (15/27); increasing inter-birth intervals, i.

7],[8] family members could become overburdened because of care for the patient and her children particularly during periods of exacerbation, relapse, or hospital admission and if the children are many such families could become dysfunctional if the stress is not mitigated. Wrote the paper: tt information ► article notes ► copyright and license information ►received 2012 nov 28; accepted 2013 mar ght notice this is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the creative commons attribution license, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are article has been cited by other articles in ctbackgroundunderstanding why people do not use family planning is critical to address unmet needs and to increase contraceptive use.

A majority of those who had never used any family planning method gave cultural and religious reason for this resistance which poses serious challenge for public enlightenment and family planning education at the clinic level. Who approved of family planning were two times as likely to be using contraceptives as those who disapproved.

Conclusion the study has provided some evidence that many of our women with severe mental illness are knowledgeable and interested in family planning but are not using any modern methods; this gap suggest that a lot still need to be done to meet their family planning needs. Méthodes et matériaux: une étude descriptive transversale de 100 femmes avec des troubles mentaux sévères traitant clinique psychiatrique à ilorin, nigeria, à l'aide d'un questionnaire semi-structuré.

3: family planning methods used and reason for use and non-useclick here to viewreasons for discontinuationsthe reasons for family planning discontinuation following previous use were: fear of methods (16/22); pregnancy (3/22), and termination of sexual relationships (2/22). In fact, a literature search did not yield any study from the north central zone of the country which was the setting of this investigation.

11] regulating family size in heritable conditions like schizophrenia could serve preventive purposes by limiting potentially the number of children exposed to the risk of the disorder. Women who agreed strongly with the statement that the practice of family planning breeds conflict in the home were 37% less likely than those who disagreed to use family planning.

Federal government of nigeria, national population policy for development, unity and self-reliance, ikoyi, lagos, nigeria: federal ministry of health, 1988. 234(0)903-800-0079; +234(0)cent family planning, kap dge, attitudes and practices survey for improving uptake of family planning among adolescents aged 15-19 years in nigeria for marie stopes international organisation, nigeria.

Although roughly one-fifth of respondents overall supported the statement that a couple practicing family planning will have conflict in their marriage, 25% of the men agreed with it. Therefore, a logistic regression model was used to examine the effect of the factor-analyzed family planning attitudes on current contraceptive use.