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DATE

2021-09-14

AUTHORS

Tanja Freundl-Schütt, Christian Gnoth

ABSTRACT

The possibility to independently and autonomically practice contraception enables many women and couples to have the feeling of individual freedom. The breakthrough was achieved by the introduction of the baby pill on 1 June 1961. Contraception is often carried out over many years with the help of ovulation inhibitors before the desire for children replaces the desire for contraception. The astonishment that the realization of the desire for children is in many cases associated with difficulties, is often very great. The daily intake of the pill suggests a high fertility apparently on every day of the menstrual cycle. Furthermore, the natural cycle is masked by taking the pill and knowledge of the course of the natural cycle fades into oblivion. A possible consequence could be that cycle disorders are not apparent over many years and are first perceived at an age when very little time remains to fulfil the desire for children. Relevant in this context are disorders ranging from oligomenorrhea to amenorrhea. Factors that can influence the occurrence of such cycle disturbances are for example, polycystic ovary syndrome, obesity, eating disorders in the sense of anorexia or bulimia as well as high-performance sport. The aim must therefore be to impart all women and men, preferably as a teenager or in early adulthood, a basic knowledge on natural fertility, the physiological course of the menstrual cycle and the influence of age on fertility. In addition to the domestic environment, schools and social media also play important roles. Only then is it possible for women and couples to incorporate the reproduction for tomorrow into the contraception of the present. More... »

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295-302

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2020-03-05. The impact of disturbances in natural conception cycles in ARCHIVES OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
  • 2020-03-02. Natürliche Fertilität und Alter in GYNÄKOLOGISCHE ENDOKRINOLOGIE
  • 2017-02-09. Natural conception rates in subfertile couples following fertility awareness training in ARCHIVES OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
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