Laparoscope Case Study
According to a report from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation “a new intrauterine device will be a “viable option for women who normally experience heavy menstrual bleeding...and cannot wear today’s plastic T-framed IUDS...new copper bands are implanted into the uterus with biodegradable structures, which reduce bleeding and pain associated with...typical IUD.” This new device, if explained properly to patients and inserted in the proper manner, could alleviate the pain associated with IUD use thus reducing “fear of side effects” as one of the reasons for non-use. A vigorous promotion program by the government is absolutely necessary in order to publicize the benefits of IUDs. Sterilization also has side effects; however, through vigorous promotion, education, and emphasis, the Indian government has been able to convince 75% of method users that sterilization is the way to go. If the same efforts were applied to IUD use, a similar …show more content…
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