Family Planning & Reproductive Health

This forum is to share up-to-date information, lessons learned, and good practices in family planning and reproductive health,



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Posted February 8, 2015 by minoo bhagia


PPIUCD  is an effective method of family planning .It is reversible , convenient and safe.

It is applied postplacental (within 10 minutes of normal vaginal delivery ) , immediate (within 48 hrs of normal delivery ) , intracaesarean or post abortal.

Chances of perforation are less within 48 hrs of delivery as the wall of uterus is thick.


Communities of Practice: Family Planning & Reproductive Health
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Posted February 8, 2015 by minoo bhagia

I have been applying post abortal IUCD and doing first trimester MTP along with tubal ligation and found these techniques very safe if done under good antibiotic cover and proper sterlization methods. In India , especially in rural areas females are having high fertility rate and they usually come witth early pregnancy 6-8 weeks with no cardiac activity as they have already taken pills.If they...

Communities of Practice: Family Planning & Reproductive Health
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Posted May 23, 2014 by M.Ghaedi

Reproductive health is a challenge in all over the world, family planning as a subdivision of reproductive health is a big challenge as well. Nowadays in some developing countries such as Iran, we are encountered with a reverse approach on family planning issue. There a key question is raised that how much of a person's decisions about family planning explained by policy and how much by...

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Posted March 18, 2014 by astrader

The Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), a five-year project funded and managed by USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health and implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., in partnership with FHI 360 recently released the Community Health Systems Catalog, a new interactive reference tool on country community health systems. The catalog covers USAID priority...

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Posted June 6, 2012 by Jhpiego

Welcome! The ReproLinePlus discussion forums provide a place to share lessons learned and experiences in what works in global health programs and initiatives. How have you used evidence-based health approaches in ways that are feasible in low-resource settings? Perhaps you are facing challenges and would like to hear from others who have faced similar challenges. Feel free to post a message....