2 edition of Fertility and contraception in the human female [by] John A. Loraine [and] E. Trevor Bell. found in the catalog.
Fertility and contraception in the human female [by] John A. Loraine [and] E. Trevor Bell.
John Alexander Loraine
|Contributions||Bell, E. Trevor,|
|LC Classifications||RG136 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||383|
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Fertility and contraception in the human female. Edinburgh, London, E. & S. Livingstone, Loraine, John Alexander. Fertility and contraception in the human female.
Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Alexander Loraine; E Trevor Bell. Fertility and Contraception in the HumanFemale By JOHN A. LORAINE and E. TREVOR BELL. illustrated. Edinburgh &London: E. Livingstone, 55s. Amore appropriate title would be 'Hormone Excretion in Gynaecology with special reference to ovarian stimulation and contraception'.
On this basis it is a first class book. Female Sex Endocrinology Fertility and Contraception in the Human Female.
ByJohnA. Loraine and E. Trevor Bell. (Pp. +viii; illustrated. 55s.) Edinburgh: Livingstone. The authors of this book are well known for their work on the laboratory aspects of endocrinology, and their approach to human fertility and contraception is coloured byCited by: 1.
out of 5 stars This book is a godsend to women who want to understand the delicate balance between normal aging and declining fertility Reviewed in the United States on Ap I have worked in the largest fertility center in the US for over 18 years as a Nurse practitioner, caring for patients typically in their 30's and 40's /5(11).
Dr. James Simon talks with us today about contraception and fertility in women who are Peri-menopausal. To read more about the topic discussed today, or to.
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Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues are available. Start studying Human Sexuality Unit 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. When a couple is experiencing fertility problems, most often the problems can be traced back to: If a woman wanted a longer term contraception that was reversible and contained no hormones, what would be her best choice.
Author(s): Loraine,John Alexander; Bell,E Trevor Title(s): Fertility and contraception in the human female [by] John A. Loraine [and] E. Trevor Bell. Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh, Livingstone, In Contraception and Abortion from the Ancient World to the Renaissance, John Riddle showed, through extraordinary scholarly sleuthing, that women from ancient Egyptian times to the fifteenth century had relied on an extensive pharmacopoeia of herbal abortifacients and contraceptives to regulate fertility.
In Eve's Herbs, Riddle explores a new question: If women once had access to effective 3/5(1). The book is profusely illustrated, and, though some of the plates might appear to derive from the period of Balthazar, the majority are good and the many diagrams and graphs are excellent.
This is a new legal medicine that will greatly help both the lawyer and the forensic pathologist in their mutual problems. It breaks splendidly with the Author: Terence Cawthorne. However, each year 9 in every women using the contraceptive pill, the most popular method of contraception in the UK, 6 in every using the contraceptive injection, and nearly 1 in every using the IUD (copper coil), will become pregnant.
A cohort of women aged 14–29 in was identified from the General Practice Research Database and followed up for a period of 4 years. Patient files were searched for evidence of use of emergency contraception and regular contraception. Of the 95 women, 15 (16%) had received emergency contraception during the study period (an average of 5% per annum).Cited by: Description: Population is a peer-reviewed quarterly scientific journal presents original studies in the fields of demography and related disciplines: sociology, economics, anthropology, history, geography, epidemiology and public health, methodology in social science.
Contributions can be submitted in either English or French and are published in both languages. According to data released by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, more than 51 percent of women who sought out and obtained abortions in had been using at least one form of contraceptive.
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In the United States, there are an increasing number of couples who are intentionally delaying child-bearing.
As the average age of mothers continues to rise, more and more women are being faced with the difficulties of attempting conception at the various stages leading up to the menopausal transition. Not only do the chances of conception drastically decrease after the age of 40 Author: Kristin Van Heertum, James Liu.This section includes summaries of systematic reviews relating to issues of sexual health, human rights and gender equity.
It also contains summaries related to harmful practices and behaviours, such as female genital mutilation, sexual abuse, early marriage and gender-based violence.