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THE PERCEPTION OF WOMEN AT AGBADO MARKET ON THE USE OF INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVE AS A MEANS OF FAMILY PLANNING

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ABSTRACT

The perception of women at Agbado market in Alagbado Lagos, on the use of intrauterine contraceptive device and other methods as a means of family planning. Intrauterine contraceptives device is an object made of plastic, stainless steel of flexible polythene nylon which is inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy.

This is a description of the use of contraceptives for family planning, mainly on intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD) among the market women in Agbado market, Alagbado, Lagos state, Nigeria. The study shows the problems such as level of awareness, religion constraints, and husband’s perspectives etc. Some of the advantages and disadvantages of IUCD are also elaborated over other methods of family planning. The objective of this study is to aim at evaluating the perception of contraceptives usage to determine the prevalence of contraceptives among the women of childbearing age. The population of this study comprises of the market women using family planning methods with emphasis on women using IUCD and are about 200 women but 100 was achieved at Agbado market, Alagbado, Lagos Nigeria.

 

 TABLE OF CONTENT

 

TOPIC PAGE                                                                                                             i

CERTIFICATION                                                                                                                 ii

DEDICATION                                                                                                                       iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                                                                                     iv

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1       BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY                                                             1

1.2       STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM                                                             4

1.3       OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY                                                                                 4

1.4       RESEARCH QUESTION                                                                                         5

1.5       SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                                              5

1.6       SCOPE AND LIMITATION                                                                                    6

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1       INTRODUCTION                                                                                                     7

2.2       HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE                                                                                14

2.3       DEFINITION OF CONTRACEPTIVE/FAMILY PLANNING                 14

2.4       GENERAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF CONTRACEPTIVE                      15

2.5       TREND OF CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN NIGERIA                                             16

2.6       CONTRACEPTIVES USE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES                               17

2.7       BENEFITS FOR THE COUPLE                                                                              19

2.8       TRADITIONAL METHODS                                                                                    20

2.9       NATURAL OR FATERLITY AWARENESS METHOF (FAM)               22

2.10     CONDOM (OR SHEATH)                                                                                        26

2.10.1              FEMALE CONDOM                                                                         28

2.10.2              MALE CONDOM                                                                                         29

2.11     COMBINED PILLS                                                                                                  31

2.12     INJECTIBLE CONTRACEPTIVES                                                             35

2.13     IMPLANT CONTRACEPTIVES                                                                             37

2.14     EMERGENCY OR POSTCOITAL CONTRACEPTION                           39

2.15     INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICE                                       44

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLODY

3.1       INTRODUCTION                                                                                                     50

3.2       RESEARCH RESPONSE                                                                                         50

3.3       POPULATION OF THE STUDY                                                                             50

                                                                       

3.4       SAMPLE SIZE AND SAMPLE TECHNIQUE                                                       50

3.5       RESEARCH INSTRUMENT                                                                                    51

3.6       METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION                                                                      51

3.7       VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE INSTRUMENT                                  51

3.8       METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS                                                               51

CHAPTER FOUR

DATA ANALYSIS

4.1       INTRODUCTION                                                                                                     52

4.2       PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA                                        52

CHAPTER FIVE

5.1       INTRODUCTION                                                                                                     76

5.2       SUMMARY AND FINDINGS                                                                                 76

5.3       CONCLUSION                                                                                                         77

5.4       RECOMMENDATION                                                                                             77

BIBLIOGRAPHY                                                                                                                 79

APPENDIX                                                                                                                            81

QUESTIONNAIRE                                                                                                               82

 LIST OF TABLE

 

TABLE 1:       AGE OF RESPONDENTS

TABLE 2:       RELIGION

TABLE 3:       MARITAL STATUS

TABLE 4:       SHOWS THE OCCUPATION OF THE HUSBANDS

TABLE 5:       SHOWS THE NUMBER OF WIVES THE RESPONDENTS’ HUSBANDS HAVE

TABLE 6:       SHOWS THAT THE RESPONDENTS’ RELIGION SUPPORTS FAMILY PLANNING

TABLE 7:       SHOW THE NUMBER CHILDREN THE RESPONDENTS HAVE

TABLE 8:       SHOWS THE AGE INTERVAL BETWEEN THE RESPONDENTS’ CHILDREN

TABLE 9:       HAVE YOU HEARD OF FAMILY PLANNING?

TABLE 10:     WHERE DID YOU GET THE INFORMATION?

TABLE 11:     HAVE YOU ADOPTED ANY FAMILY PLANNING METHOD?

TABLE 12:     DOES YOUR HUSBAND’S OCCUPATION INFLUENCE YOUR CHOICE OF CONTRACEPTIVE?

TABLE 13:     WHICH TYPE OF CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD DO YOU USE?

TABLE 14:     DO YOU PREFER IUCD?

TABLE 15:     DOES YOUR RELIGION FORBID IUCD?

TABLE 16:     AFTER HOW MANY CHILDREN DO YOU THINK FAMILY PLANNING COULD BE ADOPTED?

TABLE 17:     WOULD YOU CHOOSE IUCD AS A MEANS OF FAMILY PLANNING?

TABLE 18:     DOES IUCD AFFECT YOUR SEXUAL PLEASURE?

TABLE 19:     DO YOU THINK IUCD CAUSES LOWER ABDOMINAL PAIN?

TABLE 20:     DO YOU THINK IUCD CAUSES PELVIC INFECTION?

TABLE 21:     CAN IUCD PREVENT UNWANTED PREGNANCY?

TABLE 22:     WHAT DO YOU THINK CONTRACEPTIVE IS USED FOR?   

TABLE 23:     HAVE YOU HAD ANY UNWANTED PREGNANCY BEFORE?

TABLE 24:     HAS IUCD FAILED YOU BEFORE?

TABLE 25:     DO YOU PLAN TO BE ON CONTRACEPTIVE FOR LONG?

TABLE 26:     WOULD YOU ENCOURAGE THE USE OF CONTRACEPTIVE TO YOUR FRIEND AND RELATIVES?

TABLE 27:     DO YOU THINK IUCD CAUSES INFERTILITY?

TABLE 28:     DOES IUCD HAVE ADVANTAGE IN FAMILY PLANNING?

 

 

 

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