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Birth “checkpoint”

Birth “checkpoint”


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With the “Control Point” Project, Pharmacies are the Last Point in Birth Control! 71 percent of the birth control decision-making partner or close friend is effective. Again, 90% of the women in the study stated that birth control should be state responsibility.Turkish Women and Birth Control MethodsThe impact of their spouses and friends on the Turkish women's view of birth control was high. While the majority of the women who participated in the study thought that the cost of protection methods should be covered by the government, the sources of information about birth control methods differed according to the socio - economic status of the women. the first contact was close friends. Close friends, spouses and the Internet, parents and midwives were the first people to be consulted. Gynecologists are the most frequently used sources of information about women's protection, followed by close friends. In the study; While 2 out of 10 women did not use any source of information on protection, the share of pharmacies remained at only 2 percent. In the research, different answers were given to the awareness of birth control method.WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE RESEARCH• 66% of the women participated in the study and 34% of them participated in semi-urban areas • 65% of the women were married, 24% were single, 7% were widows and 4% were separated from their husbands. • 86% of the women participated in the study were housewives and non-regular workers, while 14% were working women • 12% of the women participated in the sport regularly and 29% smoked more than 11 cigarettes per day.RESULTS• When asked about the effect of spouses / partners on birth control method, 71% of the women participated in the study; • Birth control pills were the most remembered method in the study (72%), followed by male condoms (63%) and spiral (55%). On the other hand, 9% of the women stated that they were not aware of any method • Spiral (25%) and oral contraceptives (21%) were the most commonly used methods. It has been stated that 40% of the women have not used any prevention methods so far • Almost 65% of primary school graduates have used protection methods at least once in their lives. Spiralken was the most commonly used method among primary school graduates, and almost half of high school and university graduates had never used any preventive methods so far. The method of withdrawal, which is used by primary school graduates, was used by approximately 15% of all women, • More than half of women did not use any birth control method in their first relationship. When asked about the most remembered benefit of these products, the most remembered benefit in both groups of women is eng obstacles to pregnancy,, especially in the group that had previously used contraceptives; Düzen regulates menstrual bleeding ”,“ reduces menstrual pain and stress ”. Women who have used birth control pills before stated that gelir it is good for skin and acne. • • 3 out of 4 women went to a gynecologist at least once in their lives. • More than 90% of women believe that it is the state's responsibility to meet birth control.


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