birth control

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Englisch - Türkisch
doğum kontrolü

1967 yılında Kanada'da doğum kontrolü hala yasadışıydı; prezervatif sadece hastalıktan korunmak için satılırdı. - Birth control was still illegal in Canada in 1967; condoms were sold only for the prevention of disease.

Doğum kontrolü için bir prezervatif kullandın, değil mi? - You used a condom for birth control, right?

birth control methods
doğum kontrol yöntemleri
birth control pill
doğum kontrol hapı
{k} before Christ M.Ö. (milattan önce), İ.Ö. (İsa'dan önce)
milattan önce
(Askeri) dip dalgası (bottom current)
Englisch - Englisch
Voluntary control of the number of children conceived, especially by the planned use of contraception
Any technique used to prevent the birth of a child (such as abortion or preventing conception)
Birth control means planning whether to have children, and using contraception to prevent having them when they are not wanted. the practice of controlling the number of children you have = contraception. Voluntary limiting of human reproduction, using such means as contraception, sexual abstinence, surgical sterilization, and induced abortion. The term was coined in 1914-15 by Margaret Sanger. Medically, birth control is often advised when childbirth might endanger the mother's health or substantial risk exists of bearing a severely disabled child. Socially and economically, limitation of reproduction frequently reflects a desire to maintain or improve family living standards. Most religious leaders now generally agree that some form of fertility regulation is desirable, though the means are strongly debated. See also family planning
limiting the number of children born
contraception, prevention of pregnancy (by using condoms, birth control pills, etc.)
birth control glasses
The free black-framed prescription eyeglasses given to new recruits in the U.S. Military, and perceived as notoriously unattractive
birth control.
birth-control campaigner
a social reformer who advocates birth control and family planning
rhythm method of birth control
natural family planning in which ovulation is assumed to occur 14 days before the onset of a period (the fertile period would be assumed to extend from day 10 through day 18 of her cycle)
birth control