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Ang pagkakaroon ng hustong bilang ng anak na

may tamang agwat


Ang pagtulong sa mga mag-asawa o indibidwal na
makamit ang hustong bilang ng pamilya na isang
katangian ng pagiging responsableng magulang.
Ang pag-aagwat ng pagbubuntis( 3taon ang pagitan)
para sa kalusugan ng ina at ng kanyang anak.
Ay isang programang pangkalusugan ng
Department of Health para itaguyod ang kabuuang
kalusugan ng mga ina at anak; malaki ang
naitutulong sa pagbawas ng bilang ng namamatay
na mga ina at bata sa bansa taun-taon.
Family Planning one of the pillars of safe
motherhood.

VISION: TO EMPOWER WOMEN AND MEN


TO LIVE HEALTHY PRODUCTIVE AND
FULFILLING LIVES

MISSION: ENSURE AVAILABILITY OF


FAMILY PLANNING INFORMATION AND
SERVICES TO MEN AND WOMEN WHO
NEED THEM
RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD- the will and
ability to respond to the needs and aspirations
of the family
RESPECT FOR LIFE- in the 1987 constitution
to protect the life of the unborn from the
moment of conception.
BIRTH SPACING- proper spacing is 3 to 5
years
INFORMED CHOICE- couples are fully
informed of the method including side effects,
advantages and disadvantages
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING METHOD
ARTIFICIAL FAMILY PLANNING
METHODS
PERMANENT FAMILY PLANNING
METHOD
FERTILITY AWARENESS-BASED
METHODS
- Fertility Awareness- Based- contraceptive
methods hinged on the awareness of the
beginning and end of the fertile name of a
womans menstrual cycle
Billings Ovulation Method (BOM)- observation
of wet and dry sensation in the vulva
also referred to as Cervical Mucus Method

FERTILE: feeling of wetness and presence of


mucus secretion which is wet, slippery, and
clear.
NONFERTILE: feeling of dryness and having
no secretion, or the presence of pasty, non-
stretchy mucus or unchanging mucus pattern a
day.
identifying fertile and infertile days by daily
taking and recording of the rise in body
temperature during and after ovulation.
The temperature of the body at rest after at
least 3 hours of continuous sleep before taking
temperature.
Necessary to record the temperature every
morning before getting out of bed for at least 3
months before using this method
Taken at the same time of the day, at the same
site
Temperature rises during ovulation
Symptho-thermal Method (STM)- a combination
of observations made on the cervical mucus,
basal body temperature recording and basal
body temperature

Two-Day Method (TDM)-


a simple fertility awareness based method of
family planning that involves:
Cervical secretions as indicator of fertility; and
- women checking of secretions every day
If a woman notices any secretions today, or
yesterday, she should consider herself
FERTILE and avoid intercourse.
Calendar or Rhythm Method- based on the
number of days of each menstrual cycle.
Ovulation occurs 14 days before next menses
(plus or minus 2 days). The ovum has a
lifespan of 24 hours. Therefore the woman is
fertile within 24 hours after ovulation.
The spermatozoa can fertilize an ovum within
2 to 3 days after insemination. Therefore, the
woman is potentially fertile for three days
before ovulation.
Client Instructions:
The woman should record her menstrual
periods for at least 8 months.
To estimate the first unsafe or fertile day, she
substracts 18 from the shortest cycle. To find
the last unsafe day, she substracts 11 from
longest cycle.
Standard Days Method-
a new method of natural family planning in
which all users with menstrual cycles between
26 and 32 days are counselled to abstain from
sexual intercourse on days 8-19 to avoid
pregnancy.
Couple uses a device, the color-coded cycle-
beads
LACTATIONAL AMENORRHEA METHOD
Use of breastfeeding as a temporary
introductory postpartum method of
postponing pregnancy based on physiological
infertility experienced by breastfeeding
women.
CRITERIA:

Amenorrhea (menses have not yet returned)

Fully breastfeeding her infant

Infant is Less than 6 months


1. Hormonal Methods
A. Oral Contraceptive Pills- involves use of
hormonal agents which main action is to
inhibit ovulation
A. Combined Oral Contraceptives- pill
preparations that contain hormones similar to
the womans natural hormones-estrogen and
progesterone- taken daily to prevent
contraception.
B. Progestin-Only Pills- an oral hormonal
contraceptive that contains progestin only in
lower doses. This can be used by breastfeeding
mothers 6 weeks after childbirth.
They come in two types of packets: the 21 day
pill and the 28day pill.
The 21 day pill has a rest day of 7 days. The
woman starts a new packet 7 days after the
last pill.
The 28 day pill, the woman takes the pill
continuously for 28 days, however, the last 7
pills do not contain hormone and is either
composed of iron supplement or lactose.
Provide information on its minor side effects:
weight gain, headache, breast tenderness,
breakthrough bleeding, yeast infections, mild
hypertension, potential depression

Provide information on its danger signs:

A: abdominal pain
C:chest pain and dyspnea
H: headache (severe)
E: Eye problems
S: Severe leg Pain
Injectable Contraceptive Pills- hormonal agents
that are administered intramuscularly.
Exert their by inhibiting ovulation, altering
cervical mucus and preventing endometrial
growth.
Woman does not menstruate with this
contraception.
IM injections given every 12 weeks

Example, Medroxyprogesterone (depo-provera


or DMPA)
Subdermal implants are progestin-only implants
that are inserted under the skin of the inner
upper arm of women
release progestin at a controlled rate and thus
provide very small doses to achieve the desired
contraceptive effect.

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