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Figure 1 Distribution to the respondents on whether they are taking oral contraceptives or not

49% (54)

Number of respondents not taking oral contraceptives 51% (56) Number of respondents taking oral contraceptive

Figure 2 Classification of oral contraceptives the taken by respondents

13% (7) 31% (17) 26% (14)

Respondents who take combined oral contraceptives Respondents who take progestin only pills Respondents who do not know what classification of oral contraceptives they are taking Respondents who take both

30% (16)

Figure 3 The knowledge of the respondents about the risks of taking the pills

22% (12)

Respondents who know Respondents who do no know


78% (42)

Figure 4 Possible risks that the respondents are familiar with

35 30 25

(31)

(28)

Number of 20 Respondents
15

(9)
10 5 0

(0)

Adverse physical Adverse emotional Increase risk of effects on the body effects on the body cervical and breast cancer

Others

Figure 5 The length of time the respondents take the pills

9% (5)

8% (4)

Respondents who take the pills for 1-2 years Respondents who take the pills for less than a year Respondents who take the pills for 3-5 years Respondents who take the pills for more than five years

50% (27) 33% (18)

Figure 6 Respondents' reasons for taking oral contraceptives

40

37

35

30

Number of Respondents
25

24

20

19

15

10

5 1 0

Doctor's Prescription

Need for effective contraceptive

Normal and healthy menstruation

Healthy Skin

Others

Figure 7 The benefits obtained by the respondents after taking the pills

40 35 30

36

26

Number of 25 Respondents
20 15 10 5

0
0

Effective contraceptive

Normal Menstruation

Healthy skin

Others

Figure 8 Distribution to respondents whether they experience adverse physical effects in their body after taking oral contraceptives

17%

(9)

Respondents who experience adverse physical effects on their body

Respondents who do not experience adverse physical effects on their body


83%

(45)

Figure 9 Adverse physical effects experienced by the respondents

25

20
20

21

Number of Respondents
15

17

11
10

0
0

Dizziness

Nausea

Hypertension

Gallstones

Difficulty

Others

Figure 10 Distribution to respondents whether they experience adverse emotional effects in their body after taking oral contraceptives

22% (12)

The respondents who experience adverse emotional effects The respondents who do not experience adverse emotional effects 78% (42)

Figure 11 Adverse emotional effects experienced by the respondents

25
25

20

16
15

13

Number of Respondents
10

mood swings

loss of libido

anxiety

others

Figure 12 Distribution to the respondents who take oral contraceptives on whether they believe that taking it would increase probability of cancer

35% (19)

Respondents who do not believe that oral contraceptives can increase probability of cancer Respondents who believe that taking oral contraceptives can increase probability of breast and cervical cancer

65% (35)

Figure 13 Respondents possible actions if proven that oral contraceptives can increase cervical and breast cancer

47% (25)

Respondents who would stop taking the pills 53% (29)

Respondents who would not stop taking the pills

Figure 14 Respondents' possible reasons for not taking oral contraceptives

Think that pills are not effective

No answer at all

Using other contraceptives

Know the risks

Other reasons

No need to use contraceptives


0 5 10 15 20

24

25

Number of Respondents

Figure 15 Distribution to the respondents who do not take oral contraceptives on whether they believe that taking it would increase probability of cancer
Respondents who believe that oral contraceptives can cause cancer 5% 4% (4) (3) 18% (10) Respondents that do not believe that oral contraceptives can cause cancer Respondents who said maybe 73% (41)

Respondents with no answer

Figure 16 Possible plan of the respondents about taking oral contraceptives on the future

5% 4% (3) (2)

Respondents who do not have plan on taking oral contraceptives on the future Respondents who are planning to take oral contraceptives on the future

Respondents with no answer


91% (51)