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Reproductive Health (Part-2)

An ideal contraceptive should be user-friendly, easily available, effective and reversible with no or least side-effects. It also should in no way interfere with the sexual drive, desire and/or the sexual act of the user. A wide range of contraceptive methods are presently available which could be broadly grouped into the following categories, namely Natural/Traditional, Barrier, IUDs, Oral contraceptives, Injectables,Implants and Surgical methods.

Jan 9, 2013 17:40 IST
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Reproductive Health Part 2
Reproductive Health Part 2

What is Reproductive Health? How important the chapter Reproductive Health is? Importance of sex education for a healthy society? What is Difference between Vasectomy and tubectomy? To get these answers, go through the video. An ideal contraceptive should be user-friendly, easily available, effective and reversible with no or least side-effects. It also should in no way interfere with the sexual drive, desire and/or the sexual act of the user.

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A wide range of contraceptive methods are presently available which could be broadly grouped into the following categories, namely Natural/Traditional, Barrier, IUDs, Oral contraceptives, Injectables, Implants and Surgical methods.

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