contraception

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الإنجليزية - التركية
doğum kontrolü

Doğum kontrolü, hamilelikten daha ucuzdur. - Contraception is cheaper than pregnancy.

gebeliki önleme
gebelik kontrolü
contraceptive
doğum kontrol hapı
contraceptive
gebelikten koruyucu
contraceptive
gebelik önleyici
emergency contraception
Korunmadan girilen cinsel ilişki sonrasında olabilecek istenmeyen gebeliği haplar yardımıyla ilişkiden sonraki 72 saat içerisinde alınmak suretiyle önleyebilme yöntemi. Reçete ile satılan bu hapların fazla beklenmeden alınması gereklidir çünkü haplar ne kadar erken alınırsa, etkisi o kadar fazla olur
emergency postcoital contraception
Korunmadan girilen cinsel ilişki sonrasında olabilecek istenmeyen gebeliği haplar yardımıyla ilişkiden sonraki 72 saat içerisinde alınmak suretiyle önleyebilme yöntemi. Reçete ile satılan bu hapların fazla beklenmeden alınması gereklidir çünkü haplar ne kadar erken alınırsa, etkisi o kadar fazla olur
postcoital contraception
Korunmadan girilen cinsel ilişki sonrasında olabilecek istenmeyen gebeliği haplar yardımıyla ilişkiden sonraki 72 saat içerisinde alınmak suretiyle önleyebilme yöntemi. Reçete ile satılan bu hapların fazla beklenmeden alınması gereklidir çünkü haplar ne kadar erken alınırsa, etkisi o kadar fazla olur
contraceptive
gebeliği önleyici
contraceptive
doğum kontroluyla ilgili
contraceptive
gebeliki önleyici
contraceptive
koruyucu
contraceptive
doğum kontrolü sağlayan
contraceptive
doğum kontrol aleti
contraceptive
s., i. gebeliği önleyici (hap/alet)
contraceptive
{i} gebelik önleyici uygulama
contraceptive
(Tıp) Gebeliği önleyici (ilaç vielya araç)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
the use of a device or procedure to prevent conception as a result of sexual activity. Contraception is a form of birth control which controls birth and stops it from happening by preventing the conception in the first place
the use of a device or procedure to prevent conception as a result of sexual activity
{i} prevention of pregnancy, birth control
birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery
Contraception refers to methods of preventing pregnancy. Use a reliable method of contraception. = birth control. the practice of preventing a woman from becoming pregnant when she has sex, or the methods for doing this = birth control (contra- + conception). Birth control by prevention of conception or impregnation. The most common method is sterilization. The most effective temporary methods are nearly 99% effective if used consistently and correctly. Many methods carry health risks; barrier devices and avoidance of intercourse during the most fertile period are safest. Hormonal contraceptives use estrogen and/or progesterone to inhibit ovulation. The "morning-after pill" (high-dose hormones) is effective even after intercourse. The most serious side effect of oral contraceptives is the risk of blood-clotting disorders. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) are placed inside the uterus and appear to cause a mild endometrial inflammation that either inhibits fertilization or prevents a fertilized egg from implanting. Certain types were taken off the market in the 1970s and '80s when it was found that their side effects included a high incidence of pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and spontaneous septic abortion. Barrier devices, such as condoms, diaphragms, cervical caps, female condoms (vaginal pouches), and vaginal sponges, prevent sperm from entering the uterus. Condoms also prevent sexually transmitted disease. Used with spermicides, condoms are nearly 100% effective. Fertility awareness techniques have evolved from keeping track of the menstrual cycle (the so-called "rhythm method"; see menstruation) to avoid intercourse around the time of ovulation; tracking body temperature and cervical mucus consistency can raise effectiveness to more than 80%. Experimental forms of birth control include an oral contraceptive for men
contraceptive
That acts to prevent conception as a result of sexual intercourse

This has led to the selection of 4-guanidinobenzoates with either acetamenophen or ethylparaben as the phenol moiety for clinical evaluation, because they are orders of magnitude more contraceptive than nonoxynol-9 and less irritating to the vagina.

contraceptive
A mechanism or means by which conception as a result of sexual intercourse can be prevented or made less likely

The document covers the following family planning methods: combined oral contraceptives (COCs), combined injectable contraceptives (CICs), progestogen-only pills (POPs), depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA), norethisterone enantate (NET-EN), levonorgestrel implants, emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs), copper-bearing interuterine devices, levonorgestrel-releasing interuterine devices (LNG IUDs), fertility awareness-based methods, and sterilization.

emergency contraception
Emergency contraception (EC), or emergency postcoital contraception, refers to contraceptive measures that, if taken after sex, may prevent pregnancy
emergency postcoital contraception
Emergency contraception (EC), or emergency postcoital contraception, refers to contraceptive measures that, if taken after sex, may prevent pregnancy
postcoital contraception
Emergency contraception (EC), or emergency postcoital contraception, refers to contraceptive measures that, if taken after sex, may prevent pregnancy
contraceptive
A contraceptive is a device or drug that prevents a woman from becoming pregnant. oral contraceptives. a drug, object, or method used to prevent a woman from becoming pregnant when she has sex
contraceptive
an agent or device intended to prevent conception
contraceptive
a means by which impregnating a woman can be prevented, especially an effective one
contraceptive
{s} used to prevent conception
contraceptive
A contraceptive method or device is a method or a device which a woman uses to prevent herself from becoming pregnant. It was at that time she started taking the contraceptive pill
contraceptive
an agent or device intended to prevent conception capable of preventing conception or impregnation; "contraceptive devices and medications
contraceptive
capable of preventing conception or impregnation; "contraceptive devices and medications"
contraceptive
{i} device which is used to prevent conception
contraceptives
plural of contraceptive
oral contraception
contraception achieved by taking oral contraceptive pills
surgical contraception
contraception by surgical sterilization
contraception

    الواصلة

    con·tra·cep·tion

    التركية النطق

    käntrısepşın

    النطق

    /ˌkäntrəˈsepsʜən/ /ˌkɑːntrəˈsɛpʃən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ "kän-tr&-'sep-sh& ] (noun.) 1886. contra- + conception.

    فيديوهات

    ... Cities also have higher usage of modern contraception and lower unmet needs for contraception.  Why? ...
    ... contraception to reduce population growth and we should consume less material products. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    amative
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