3 edition of Male and female sterilization found in the catalog.
Male and female sterilization
International Planned Parenthood Federation. Panel of Experts on Sterilization.
|Statement||edited for the IPPF Central Medical Committee by R. L. Kleinman.|
|Contributions||Kleinman, Ronald Louis, ed., IPPF Central Medical Committee.|
|LC Classifications||RD571 .I54 1976.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||76376593|
If an average rate of deaths per , operations is assumed, this means that about 50 to 55 women die each year from surgical sterilization about three times the number that die from legal abortion. Other major complications due to female sterilization are quite common. The biggest advantage of male and female sterilization is that they are permanent, effective means of birth control, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Planned Parenthood.
Female sterilisation works by preventing eggs travelling down the fallopian tubes, which link the ovaries to the womb (uterus). This means a woman's eggs cannot meet sperm, so fertilisation cannot happen. Eggs will still be released from the ovaries as normal, but they'll be absorbed naturally into the woman's . The most common forms of female sterilization are the surgical and non-surgical techniques. Both methods completely stop the chance of a sperm meeting an egg in the womb, but the way they do it are slightly different. One way is by tying and cutting the tubes and this is called tubal ligation.
OBJECTIVE: To summarize assessments carried out by ANAES on male and female sterilization techniques. The summary was requested by the French Health Directorate after the law authorizing sterilization as a means of contraception was passed. RESULTS (FEMALE STERILIZATION): (i) EFFICACY of tubal ligation, electrocoagulation, clips or rings: the. Male sterilisation rates are a fraction of those of women. Of the almost 50% of couples who practice birth control in India, 75% do so through female sterilisation, undoubtedly because women have Author: Deborah Doane.
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I picked up this little book at a used book sale and it is surprisingly interesting reading for the medical layperson. Chapter six concentrates upon the after-effect of female sterilization on a woman's physical and mental health, sex life, and marital relationship, based on studies which predate the recent CDC study (of thousands of women, over many years).Cited by: 1.
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Male and Female sterilization are permanent methods of contraception. While female sterilization is far more common than male sterilization, vasectomy is safer, simpler, about half the cost of female sterilization, and is more effective. Female sterilization, in the form of laparoscopic sterilization is the more common procedure being by: 2.
Psychosexual issues of male and female sterilization. There is a lack of large-scale, methodologically sound research into the psychological impact of sterilization procedures on men and women. Studies often fail to take into account pre-existing psychosexual morbidity, which may be present prior to by: Standards for female and male Sterilization Services Clients must be in a sound state of mind so as to understand the full implications of sterilization.
Mentally ill clients must be certified by a psychiatrist, and a statement should be given by the legal guardian/spouse regarding the soundness of. Standards for Female and Male Sterilisation, Febuary 2 FOREWORD Sterilisation is the most familiar method of contraception country – wide, and perhaps for this reason alone, will continue to be popular for some time to come, although the national family.
Male sterilization, or vasectomy, is a procedure performed on a man that will permanently keep him from being able to get a woman pregnant. This procedure keeps a man’s sperm from going to his penis, ensuring that his ejaculate does not have any sperm in it that can fertilize an egg.
Female sterilization permanently prevents women from becoming pregnant. There are two different procedures to achieve this goal: tubal ligation and tubal implants. They both work by blocking the fallopian tubes (tubes that lead from a woman’s ovaries into the uterus or womb) so that sperm cannot meet with and fertilize an egg.
Your Guide to Male and Female Sterilisation (PDF) A patient information booklet about male and female sterilisation. Includes information on how it works, how effective it is and the main advantages and disadvantages of this method of contraception.
Buy Sterilisation booklets from FPA. Sterilization of Puerto Rican Women: A Selected, Partially Annotated Bibliography (Louis de Malave, ) This bibliography is number 80 of the series BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN GENDER AND WOMEN’S STUDIES published by the University of Wisconsin System Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian, Memorial Library, State Street, Madison, WI ; Male Sterilization: In this most, the tube that carries the sperm from the testicles to the penis is cut or blocked so that sperm cannot leave the body.
Male sterilization is an in office procedure that takes about 30 minutes to perform. The male is not immediately sterilized after this procedure.
Fewer than 1 out of women become pregnant in the first year after female sterilization. Because these methods are intended to be irreversible, all women should be appropriately counseled about the permanency of sterilization and the availability of highly effective, long-acting, reversible methods of contraception.
Get this from a library. Foolproof birth control: male and female sterilization. [Lawrence Lader] -- "The emergence of voluntary sterilization as a prime method of birth control makes this comprehensive guide indispensable.
Foolproof Birth Control answers every question asked by a man or woman. Get this from a library. Male and female sterilization; a report of the meeting of the IPPF Panel of Experts on Sterilization, held in Bombay, January.
[Ronald Louis Kleinman; International Planned Parenthood Federation. Panel of Experts on Sterilization.]. Tubal Ligation Tubal ligation is the only surgical procedure that renders healthy organs dysfunctional.
It is a birth control method that requires tying, cutting, burning or blocking the fallopian tubes to disrupt movement of the ovum to the uterus and sperm from traveling to the ovum. While often passed off as completely safe, tubal ligation has been associated with several.
No less than 14 deaths a year can be attributed to female sterilization procedures in the US. Male and female sterilization procedures have efficacy rates that are not significantly different from each other.
The short-term costs of female sterilization are to times that of by:. The cost of a male sterilization is estimated at $60 and the cost of a female sterilization is estimated at $ In view of the cost difference and the difference in the invasiveness of the procedure, more men should be motivated to be the sterilized partner.
PMID: [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Comparative StudyCited by: Male and female sterilization are important forms of contraception worldwide despite declining popularity in developed countries. Vasectomy is the only highly reliable form of male contraception.Mead's anthropological examination of seven Pacific island tribes analyzes the dynamics of primitive cultures to explore the evolving meaning of "male" and "female" in modern American society.
On its publication inthe New York Times declared, "Dr. Mead's book has come to grips with the cold war between the sexes and has shown the basis Cited by: