The contraceptive potential of early versus delayed insertion of the intrauterine device

Abstract

One argument for a postpartum program of contraception is minimizing chances that the mother will conceive again before she can accept contraception. However early insertion increases the extent of overlap between retention of the device and anovulation when the woman is protected anyway while at the same time reducing the average span of wearing time… (More)
DOI: 10.2307/2060686