Contraceptive methods for women worldwide

More than half of pregnancies are unplanned, mainly due to dislike of condom use, inappropriate use of contraceptive methods, and failure to adhere to contraceptive measures every day.

In this case, ligation is the most commonly used contraceptive method in American couples (37% to 44%). Oral contraceptives are also a common way to control fertility. At present, 11 million people use them (10% to 25%). Among them, the use rate of short-acting oral contraceptives is about 16 among women aged 15 to 44. %.

In recent years, subcutaneously implanted contraceptives and other technologies have been introduced to the United States. While providing women with long-term and effective contraception, there are certain disadvantages. For example, they must be removed by a professional doctor when they are discontinued, which will cause different degrees of menstrual disorders. As a result, women’s lives have also been affected, such as having to go to the doctor multiple times, the removal operation has taken a long time, causing injuries, and so on.

Women in Europe

Oral contraceptives are still the most common way to control fertility, with 30% to 60% of women of childbearing age using oral contraceptives. Among them, the average life span of German women using oral contraceptives is 6.5 years, 5.6 years in France and 5.5 years in the United Kingdom. Among them, Daying-35 has a large share in the European market.

In European countries, 5% to 10% of women of childbearing age use IUDs, and the acceptance rate in France and some Nordic countries is even higher, reaching 20%. At present, about 2 million European women use the intrauterine birth control system Man Yuele. This kind of intrauterine contraceptive device that releases progestin is one of the most effective contraceptive devices and one of the most popular reversible methods. The use rate and satisfaction rate are higher than other reversible contraceptive methods, and the risk of pelvic disease is minimized. Since Man Yuele was launched in Finland in 1990, 7% of women of childbearing age have chosen this method of contraception. They believe that it has a very high contraceptive effect, is easy to use and can reduce menstrual blood volume.

Japanese women

Japan is a relatively “lagging” country in terms of contraception. The Japanese government passed the law in June 1999, approving the use of contraceptives, during which it has been in dispute for 35 years.

However, according to data from the Japan Family Planning Medical Association, in just a few years after the birth control pill has been approved, about 1 in 10 households have used birth control pills, contraceptive rings, etc. as long-term contraceptives, of which more than 60% Women use ‘Tejule’ for contraception; half of the households still use condoms for contraception. Therefore, condoms are available everywhere in Japan. In addition to contraceptives, there is a very small number of households that use body temperature to determine the ovulation period.

In addition, compared with the total subsidy for hospitalization in a country where a child is born, it costs 100,000 yen for an abortion. Medical insurance cannot be used. Therefore, Japanese women are trying to avoid unintended pregnancy, and now they are more and more able to accept IUDs.

Chinese women

Since the 1970s, the fertility rate of Chinese women has dropped significantly. This decline is mainly due to the general availability of contraceptive methods and the effects of factors such as late marriage.

In the choice of contraceptive methods, married women generally use IUDs, and unmarried women are more and more inclined to choose oral contraceptives because the efficacy and safety of oral contraceptives have been confirmed by a large number of studies.

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