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|Title:||Coitus-dependent family planning methods: Observations from Bangladesh|
Jamil H. Chowdhury
Australian National University
National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT)
|Citation:||Studies in Family Planning. Vol.30, No.1 (1999), 43-53|
|Abstract:||Some coitus-dependent methods of family planning, such as withdrawal, periodic abstinence, and the condom, require male involvement for their use, and using these methods in combination has proved to be sensible. An investigation of why male and female respondents in a survey conducted in Bangladesh often gave conflicting answers about which methods they were currently using, particularly about 'traditional' methods and condoms, showed that inconsistency in their reports arose because these methods are used in combination to such an extent that they are difficult to distinguish. In order to obtain reliable responses about these methods, a survey approach different from the long-established one is required.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1991-2000|
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