Literature review on family planning in nigeria

In the case of our women with severe mental illness, discrepancies between knowledge, interest, and use may have resulted from the potential obstacles that make the regular family planning outlets unattractive or inaccessible to these patients. The limited knowledge of women on emergency contraception suggests that this type of contraception is not part of the standard information package that is given to women in our study l, our respondents had a positive attitude towards family planning (91%), but less than 1% of the males and 64% of the women reported having ever used any type of contraception.

Issue : 1  |  page : t knowledge and pattern of use of family planning methods among a severely ill female nigerian psychiatric outpatients: implication for existing ola f ment of behavioral sciences, university of ilorin teaching hospital, ilorin, kwara state, of web pondence address:mosunmola f tunde-ayinmodedepartment of behavioral sciences, university of ilorin teaching hospital, ilorin, kwara state nigeriasource of support: none, conflict of interest: nonecheckpmid: ct background: despite the acknowledged benefits accruable to the mentally ill from the use of contraceptives, research and dedicated reproductive health services for this group of people in nigeria are still underdeveloped or non-existent in many cases. In the 1981-1982 nigerian fertility survey, only 34% of all women reported that they had heard of any family planning method.

A factor analysis was used to measure the association between the respondents' attitudes toward family planning and their contraceptive dents' perceptions of family planning were associated with contraceptive use: those who approved of family planning were twice as likely as respondents who disapproved to be using contraceptives. Kulczycki a (2008) husband-wife agreement, power relations and contraceptive use in turkey international family planning perspectives 34.

Furthermore, this analysis suggests that there is an association between attitudes toward family planning and contraceptive study also shows the impact social support can have on contraceptive use. This difference in contraceptive use between men and women was corroborated by the focus group discussions as these showed that both married women and men mostly considered contraceptive use as a woman's task:“what will i do in a family planning clinic, contraception is women's business, i will just give my wife the necessary financial support she needs” (male, 45 years)two hundred sixty five (51%) wives had one to two children at their first contraceptive use.

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. 32] the fact that the male condom was the most known and used method suggests the significant role male spouses play in the reproductive health of the affected women and not surprising only very few of them gave their spouses opposition as a reason for not having interest or using family r to the general population, the use of hormonal contraceptive injectable and the pills in this study was frequent occupying the second and fourth position, respectively; [21],[28],[29],[30] traditional methods (deliberate postpartum sexual abstinence) although on the decline are still important methods particularly in developing countries like nigeria.

In fact, adolescents’ (15-19 year olds) limited access to family planning (fp) and post-abortion care (pac) services in nigeria occurs as a result of the dearth in specific services aimed at this , marie stopes international organisation, nigeria contracted preston healthcare consulting ltd. Furthermore in all family planning activities both wives' and husbands' participation should be oundthe lifetime risk of maternal mortality of women in sub-saharan africa is 1 in 39 live births, which is the highest when compared to other world regions.

The campaign was based on evidence that family planning messages relayed through the mass media can influence contraceptive behavior. 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.

Other studies have shown that exposure to a mass media family planning campaign increases contraceptive l studies have reported changes in nigerians' knowledge of and attitudes toward family planning. The presence of homeless mentally ill patients or psychotic vagrants on the streets of many of the cities in nigeria with some who may be pregnant or nursing or rearing children presents an unfortunate scene.

A secondary objective was to determine knowledge on contraceptives (method-specific; including barrier, hormonal, permanent and dual protection methods), and attitudes towards family planning. According to the ethiopian demographic and health survey 2011, most women and men had knowledge on some family planning methods but only about 29% of married women were using contraceptives.

The answer will help policymakers and program planners determine what issues need to be stressed in the design of future family planning awareness campaigns in article presents data on contraceptive use, knowledge, attitudes and practices in nigeria, obtained from a national survey conducted between 1992 and 1993. 21] family planning is part of primary care but special services for the mentally ill is s that may restrict the mentally ill patients from being able to use the regular family planning program for the general population include stigma, socio-economic and educational disadvantages, illness-related and decision-impairing factors (e.

This is often the reason men and women in developing countries give for not practicing family planning. A study of injectable and oral contraceptive use in ry 2016use of emergency contraception in nigeria: an exploration of related factors among sexually active female university studentsfebruary 2016effect of a mobile phone-based intervention on post-abortion contraception: a randomized controlled trial in cambodiajanuary 2016risk of hiv infection in depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate (dmpa) users: a systematic review and meta-analysisjanuary 2016maintenance of ovulation inhibition with a new progestogen-only pill containing drospirenone after scheduled 24-h delays in pill intakejanuary 2016emergency contraception: sources of information and perceptions of access among young adultsdecember 2015integration of family planning with maternal health services: an opportunity to increase postpartum modern contraceptive use in urban uttar pradesh, indiadecember 2015the safety of hormonal contraceptives for women living with hiv and their sexual partnersnovember 2015health worker roles in providing safe abortion care and post-abortion contraceptionnovember 2015impact of bodyweight/body mass index on the effectiveness of emergency contraception with levonorgestrel: a pooled-analysis of three randomized controlled trialsnovember 2015the effect of early menarche on the sexual behaviors of korean female adolescentsnovember 2015service provider perspectives on post-abortion contraception in nepaloctober 2015provision of intrauterine contraception in association with first trimester induced abortion reduces the need of repeat abortion: first-year results of a randomized controlled trialoctober 2015medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive useoctober 2015ectopic pregnancy with use of progestin-only injectables and contraceptive implants: a systematic reviewseptember 2015the effectiveness of an adolescent reproductive health education intervention in ugandaseptember 2015impact of male partner's awareness and support for contraceptives on female intent to use contraceptives in southeast nigeriaseptember 2015knowledge and usage of emergency contraceptives among university students in ghanajuly 2015unsafe abortion requiring hospital admission in the eastern highlands of papua new guinea – a descriptive study of women's and health care workers' experiencesjuly 2015contraceptive prevalence and preference in a cohort of south-east nigerian womenjune 2015non-contraceptive benefits of hormonal and intrauterine reversible contraceptive methodsjune 2015postpartum contraceptive use and unmet need for family planning in five low-income countriesjune 2015men's perspectives on their role in family planning in nyanza province, kenyajune 2015improving male involvement in family planning in rural southeastern nigeriamay 2015fertility awareness in adolescents in sub-saharan africa: evidence from demographic and health surveysmay 2015measuring adherence to birth control pills among college womenmay 2015unmet need for contraception among married women in an urban area of puducherry, indiaapril 2015combined hormonal versus nonhormonal versus progestin-only contraception in lactationapril 2015immediate postabortion initiation of levonorgestrel implants reduces the incidence of births and abortions at 2-years and beyondapril 2015potential public sector cost-savings from over-the-counter access to oral contraceptivesmarch 2015simulated clients reveal factors that may limit contraceptive use in kenyamarch 2015demand generation activities and modern contraceptive use in urban areasmarch 2015young women’s access to and use of contraceptives: the role of providers’ restrictions in urban senegalfebruary 2015place of persistence trouble during oral contraception and subsequent use of emergency contraceptionfebruary 2015effect of body weight and bmi on the efficacy of levonorgestrel emergency contraceptionfebruary 2015multicenter study of contraceptive vaginal ring (nuvaring(®)) in normal daily practice in indian womenjanuary 2015hormonal contraception--habits and awareness female students of the university of novi sad, vojvodina, serbiajanuary 2015consumer attitudes towards and satisfaction with emergency contraception counselling: experience from clinic and retail pharmacy settingsjanuary 2015cycle-related changes in mood, sexual desire, and sexual activity in oral contraception-using and nonhormonal-contraception-using couplesdecember 2014same-day intrauterine device placement is rarely complicated by pelvic infectiondecember 2014fertility awareness online: the efficacy of a fertility education website in increasing knowledge and changing fertility beliefsdecember 2014informed push distribution of contraceptives in senegal reduces stockouts and improves quality of family planning servicesoctober 2014emergency contraception (ec) in senegal: challenges and opportunitiesoctober 2014building on safety, feasibility, and acceptability: the impact and cost of community health worker provision of injectable contraceptionoctober 2014home-based contraceptive dispensing become a routine part of public health nurse practiceseptember 2014risk factors for unplanned and unwanted teenage pregnancies south african womenseptember 2014knowledge of emergency contraception among adolescents in public and private brazilian high schoolsseptember 2014a tiered analytical approach for investigating poor quality emergency contraceptivesaugust 2014an assessment of the quality of advice provided by patent medicine vendors to users of oral contraceptive pills in urban nigeriaaugust 2014continuous or extended cycle vs.

Reported ever having lost at least one boy, 181 (61%) at least one than 98% of the study participants had access to health facilities providing family planning services in their surrounding (at least health post i. Seventy-one percent of married women who knew a family planning method said that their husbands also approved of family article investigates the association between nigerians' attitudes toward family planning and their contraceptive behavior.

Spousal communication, too, is an important predictor of contraceptive use and must also be considered in family planning service delivery. 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.

Clearly, male-involvement in family planning has positively affected contraceptive use and has caused an overall decline in fertility in the developing world. Hence, men should be actively involved at the ‘knowledge’ level (the concept of family planning), the ‘supportive’ level (being supportive for other to use contraception) and the ‘acceptor’ level (as contraceptive user).

Sharma v, mohan u, das v, awasthi s (2012) socio- demographic determinants and knowledge, attitude, practice: survey of family planning, sharma. 32],[33] men continue to determine the level of fertility of their families and contraceptive decisions; their rate of acceptance and willingness to adopt family planning has a great impact on prevalence and family size.