Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 10th, 2005
"During pregnancy and the postpartum period, women may be more receptive to different methods of contraception for postpartum use. Few studies have focused on the peripartum population. In this study, currently pregnant and postpartum women were surveyed about their attitudes toward contraception, particularly in relation to the index pregnancy," wrote C. Cwiak and colleagues.
The women's responses showed:
*Important contraceptive attributes for women included reliability, efficacy, and safety during breastfeeding,...
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