RNSG 2205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Natural Family Planning, Coitus Interruptus, Emergency Contraception

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**ideal contraceptive: safe, easily available, economical, acceptable, simple to use, and reversible: nurse"s role: support the woman"s decision & ensure she has accurate info, b- benefits of use, r- risks of use, a- alternative methods. Contraceptive failure rate- percent of contraceptive users expected to have an unpanned pregnancy during 1st year of use, even when used correctly. Assessment: determine pt. "s knowledge about contraception, gather info about # of partners, contraceptive use, objections to contraceptives, and reproductive life plan. Identify any religious or cultural factors that influence contraceptive use: history, physical exam, lab test for sti"s. Most effective: long- acting, reversible methods: intrauterine devices (iud"s: doesn"t require user intervention after insertion. Least effective: barrier method (condom use) and natural family planning (nfp: coitus interruptus- male withdrawal of penis before ejaculating, fertility awareness-based method/ natural family planning- avoiding intercourse during fertile periods, only contraceptive acceptable by catholics.

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