Peggy Goedken

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OBJECTIVE To determine whether postplacental intrauterine device (IUD) insertion can be safely and effectively performed within a teaching program. STUDY DESIGN This was a prospective cohort of 177 subjects planning vaginal delivery enrolled antenatally who desired postplacental IUD insertion of either the copper T380A IUD or levonorgestrel IUS.(More)
BACKGROUND Barriers to intrauterine device (IUD) use in nulliparous women include fear of pain with insertion and provider perception of difficulty with insertion. The goal of this study was to evaluate whether misoprostol prior to IUD insertion in nulliparous women eased insertion and decreased pain. STUDY DESIGN This was a double-blinded, randomized,(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to determine current contraceptive use, contraceptive desires and knowledge, future fertility desires, and sterilization regret in a cohort of HIV-positive women. STUDY DESIGN 127 HIV-positive women receiving care at an urban infectious disease clinic completed a survey addressing their contraceptive and reproductive(More)
BACKGROUND Postplacental intrauterine device (IUD) insertion is a safe, convenient and effective option for postpartum contraception. Few studies involve ultrasound-guided insertion, and none involve the levonorgestrel IUD or take place in the United States. STUDY DESIGN The study was conducted to assess the safety and feasibility of ultrasound-guided(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the knowledge and experience of, and desire for, emergency contraception (EC) in postpartum women in Haiti, and to determine the knowledge and practices of EC providers. METHODS As part of a larger postpartum family planning study, 6 focus groups were conducted with postpartum women (n=33), 3 were conducted with providers (n=22), and(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To examine differences in factors associated with contraceptive use between younger and older adolescent age groups, which has not previously been well described. DESIGN Age group-specific analyses were performed on cross-sectional survey data to identify factors associated with any contraceptive use at last sex among younger (14- to(More)
OBJECTIVE Health care providers should assess pregnancy in women seeking contraceptive services. Although urine pregnancy tests are available in most U.S. settings, their accuracy varies based on timing relative to missed menses, recent intercourse, or recent pregnancy. We examined the performance of a checklist based on criteria recommended in family(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To characterize factors associated with dual method contraceptive use in a sample of adolescent women. DESIGN, SETTING, PARTICIPANTS, INTERVENTIONS, AND MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: We conducted a cross-sectional survey of sexually active African American women aged 14-19 years who attended an urban Title X clinic in Georgia in 2012 (N = 350).(More)
OBJECTIVE This survey aimed to identify the family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices of bariatric providers in the perioperative period. STUDY DESIGN We developed a quantitative survey based on semistructured interviews with six bariatric providers. We mailed the survey to the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery members with(More)
BACKGROUND African American adolescent females are at elevated risk for unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Dual protection (DP) is defined as concurrent prevention of pregnancy and STIs. This can be achieved by abstinence, consistent condom use, or the dual methods of condoms plus an effective non-barrier contraceptive.(More)