Translation of contraceptive in Spanish:

contraceptive

anticonceptivo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɑntrəˈsɛptɪv//kɒntrəˈsɛptɪv/

noun

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    anticonceptivo masculine
    contraconceptivo masculine

adjective

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    (device/method) anticonceptivo
    (method/device) contraconceptivo
    emergency contraceptive pill anticonceptivo oral de emergencia masculine
    • There is a similar knowledge gap about how physicians can optimize contraceptive counseling.
    • There is, however, little knowledge of the sexual and contraceptive behaviour of seasonal workers from which public policy can be developed.
    • She believes that the contraceptive pill, like pregnancy, will eventually be shown to protect against breast cancer.
    • More than one third of participants discontinued their selected contraceptive method during the year, and an additional 31 women did not obtain scans.
    • Lastly, we collected demographic information as well as relationship details, such as duration of relationship and contraceptive method used.
    • Second, it hindered the development of a cadre of doctors and nurses with the knowledge and skills to provide contraceptive services.
    • Sometimes their sexual experimentation extends to petting or coitus, but the risk of getting pregnant is very high due to lack of using any contraceptive methods.
    • Women who are ambivalent about the permanence of the procedure should be counseled to strongly consider another contraceptive method.
    • Access to effective and safe contraceptive methods and sexually transmitted disease protection is a primary medical concern for all sexually active women.
    • No contraceptive method is perfect, even when you use it the right way.
    • In societies where contraceptive knowledge is poor, abortion is the only means available to women to control their reproduction.
    • In all cases contraceptive methods are more reliable if used properly.
    • They should also be able to easily receive contraceptive counseling and contraceptives.
    • Liz was very interested in family planning, and wanted to raise awareness of contraceptive methods available.
    • Most women who discontinue hormonal contraception do not use another contraceptive method and are therefore at high risk for unintended pregnancy.
    • In the club, teenagers will receive medical guidance about various contraceptive methods with their privacy well protected.
    • Viewing episodes of television shows which discuss facts about specific contraceptive methods is associated, though weakly, with more accurate knowledge about those methods.
    • It sometimes results from using contraceptive devices that do not fit.
    • Lactating women are good candidates for this contraceptive method.
    • The combined goals of preventing sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy should be considerations when choosing a contraceptive method.
    • Many effective contraceptive methods are available.
    • Our results show that most teenagers who become pregnant do access general practice for both general medical services and contraceptive advice before their pregnancy.
    • Expanding such knowledge and extending contraceptive access rightly became a focus of working women's organizations in the twenties and thirties.
    • Oral contraceptive pills, male condoms, and female sterilization are the contraceptive methods most commonly used in the United States.
    • One important issue for patients following emergency contraception therapy is starting a routine contraceptive method.
    • The possibility of a male pill will add to the variety of contraceptive methods already available around the world.
    • All contraceptive devices are suitable for patients with the exception of intrauterine devices, owing to the risk of infection.
    • Evidence for the commission in 1903-04 indicates that there was indeed an increase in contraceptive knowledge and use in the nineteenth century.