Implanon Discontinuation Rate and Associated Factors among Women who ever Used Implanon in the Last Three Years in Debre Markos Town, Northwest Ethiopia, 2016, Cross Sectional Study

@inproceedings{Siyoum2017ImplanonDR,
  title={Implanon Discontinuation Rate and Associated Factors among Women who ever Used Implanon in the Last Three Years in Debre Markos Town, Northwest Ethiopia, 2016, Cross Sectional Study},
  author={Melese Siyoum and Zerfu Mulaw and Mulunesh Abuhay and Habtamu Kebebe},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: Contraceptive discontinuations contribute substantially to the total fertility rate, unwanted pregnancies and induced abortions.In developing countries, contraceptive discontinuation rate is very common. While the Ethiopian government emphasizes onthe provision of long-acting contraceptive methods, women who start to use the method were discontinuing it and the rate of discontinuation is understudied. Objective: To assess Implanon discontinuation rate and associated factors among… 

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