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Contraceptive Method Failure and Use Compliance

Citation

Molyneaux, John W.; Kantner, Andrew; Meirida, Djusni; Frankenberg, Elizabeth; Kasmiyati; & Waloejo, Soegeng (1991). Contraceptive Method Failure and Use Compliance. In Secondary Analysis of the 1987 National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey (pp. 24). Jakarta, Indonesia and Honolulu, Hawaii: National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) and East-West Center.

Abstract

Method use failure (which is assessed utilizing a life table measure of discontinuation resulting from accidental pregnancy) is low for the main program methods studied. After twelve months of use, 1.1 percent of injectable users, 1.5 percent of IUD users, 2.1 percent of pill users and 3.6 percent of condom users had experienced an accidental pregnancy.

Reference Type

Book Chapter

Book Title

Secondary Analysis of the 1987 National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey

Author(s)

Molyneaux, John W.
Kantner, Andrew
Meirida, Djusni
Frankenberg, Elizabeth
Kasmiyati
Waloejo, Soegeng

Year Published

1991

Volume Number

1: Fertility and Family Planning

Pages

24

Publisher

National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) and East-West Center

City of Publication

Jakarta, Indonesia and Honolulu, Hawaii

Reference ID

10350