Knowledge and use of and opportunities for emergency contraception in Northern Haiti. The notes were crosschecked to ensure responses of participants were grouped appropriately. Likewise, a study that has high proportion of sexually active participants tend to report high rate of awareness of EC [ 14 ].
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The most common adverse reactions of ella include: headache, nausea, stomach abdominal pain, menstrual cramps, fatigue, and dizziness. Table 4 shows that A survey of knowledge and Attitude among Student at Princeton University.
Although this study confirms extant literature on myths and misconceptions about contraceptive pills and emergency contraceptive [ 212442 — 44 ], our findings on acceptability of EC, suggest that many participants would use EC pills to prevent unplanned pregnancy if there is perceived risk of unprotected sex after period on pill in Delta pregnancy and provided they have the knowledge of EC irrespective of the reported myths and misconceptions.
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Emergency contraceptive pills are hormonal oral contraceptive pills that a woman can take within 72 hours after unprotected intercourse to reduce her risk of becoming pregnant. Haspels AA. Twice in a month 5 8.
Participants were guaranteed confidentiality and anonymity. A total of five focus group discussions and 20 in-depth interviews were conducted with participants selected from the two universities. Search articles by 'Abubakar Ayinla Imam'.
Study carried out among university and post secondary students in several African countries found that while a quarter to three-quarters of youth had heard of emergency contraception, accurate knowledge about its use was minimal. One thing is clear, the reported level of awareness of EC in most studies is much higher than the level of use in those studies.