Dissatisfaction among past users of contraceptive methods giving rise to myths and misconceptions around contraception

The study was conducted in Bangladesh and Kenya with 2424 to 2812 women between 15-39 years at both sites. Several researchers from icddrb, Population Council, African Population Health Research Institute, as well as Ohio State University and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, were involved with the study. The findings indicate that despite high levels of contraceptive use, there may be myths and misconceptions around the methods. It is important to be informed of these myths in order to successfully counsel couples for contraception.


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