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The ability to conceive after discontinuing contraceptive practice is an important concern for women who have not completed their families. This paper focuses on 576 women who had their IUDs removed for planned pregnancy. The data from this study add further evidence that fertility subsequent to IUD removal is not impaired. Among these women followed-up,(More)
Out of 3415 first insertions, the intrauterine contraceptive device was removed in 152 women (4.45%) owing to planned pregnancy. Nineteen cases dropped out of evidence, so that 133 remained for further analysis. Out of these 133 women, 120 (90.23%) became pregnant, the reamining 13 (9.77%) did not. In the first three months following the removal of the(More)
A total of 300 abortions were performed--150 with each kind of cannula, selected at random. Except for the cannula, all other elements of abortion were the same and did not change during the whole study. The characteristics of women undergoing abortion did not differ either. The occurrence of complications in women having undergone abortion by the use of(More)
In 672 women the interval insertion of intrauterine contraception devices (IUD) was applied: Lippes loop D in 138 women. In 530 women the insertion was applied immediately after artificial abortion: Lippes loop C in 390 and Lippes loop D in 140 cases. Data on the effectiveness of intrauterine contraception were biostatistically treated. One- and two-year(More)
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