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As per a new research that was conducted by the IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion researchers, all the newer forms of hormonal contraception provocation, lubrication and orgasm obstructions were strongly correlated regardless of its family planning profits and expediencies.
All these claims came to limelight after, the researchers tracked 3,000 women from the Bayer Healthcare and discovered that approximately half of women faced some difficult to forever remember to take the contraceptive Pill, plus merely 16% employ extended substituting reversible contraceptives.
However, while describing the issue in a more detailed manner, project coordinator at IU’s Center, Nicole Smith asserted that generally the contraception process was a superb way for women to plan their lovely families.
She further acknowledged that the issue was something which usually women think every time, they decide to invite a new member to their families and the decision plays a huge part in their life.
She added, “Women should also be counseled on the many highly effective forms of birth control currently available; switching to another method might work better for them”.
In order to make the study findings more reliable, the researchers also involved almost 1,101 sexually active women and then they evenly divided them into between groups, one group consisted of those who exercised a hormonal type of contraception like the pill, patch, ring or shot.
Meanwhile, the researchers announced that the second group comprised of those who used a non-hormonal form, like a condom, diaphragm, cervical cap and extraction.
In the meantime, the researchers affirmed that their study findings noted that almost more than half of British women certainly took needless risks with their contraception.
On the other hand, the study also showed that almost 58%of the women admitted that they took these risks, while only 39% said that they simply forget when they last used these contraceptives.