Immunological aspects of intrauterine contraception by Moustafa Kamel Eissa

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Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1987.

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Publisher Summary. This chapter focuses on immunological aspects of sperm selection and transport. There are many apparently physiological sperm–antibody interactions after every mammalian copulation and there may be involvement of the immunological system in preparation for copulation too; mice, at least, seem to recognize each other and to be influenced in their choice of sexual partner by.

Intrauterine devices—Intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs) are inserted into the uterus, where they stay from one to 10 years. An IUD prevents the fertilized egg from implanting in the lining of the uterus, and may have other effects as well.

Tubal sterilization—Tubal sterilization is a permanent form of contraception for women. The evidence that our brain health depends on our immune systems and hormones continues to pile up. Given this interconnectedness, dubbed psychoneuroimmunology, it makes sense that interfering with our delicate hormonal balance can influence psychiatric diagnoses like depression.

[1] Yet over million American women are prescribed synthetic hormones in the form of oral contraceptives. Introduction. There is an urgent need for investment in preclinical development of novel contraceptive methods.

Despite an increase in the variety of available contraceptive products, nearly half of pregnancies in the USA are unplanned.

1 Unintended pregnancy is associated with significant public health consequences, including increased risk of low infant birth weight, Immunological aspects of intrauterine contraception book delivery, and Cited by: 4.

Birth control - Birth control - Methods: Written records of birth control methods survive from ancient times. Methods are mentioned among the various formulas and remedies recorded in the Ebers papyrus, a compilation of Egyptian medical texts dating from bce.

Classical writers, including Pliny the Elder, Pedanius Dioscorides (De materia medica, c. 77 ce), and Soranus of Ephesus (On. Introduction. Intrauterine adhesion (IUA) was first reported by Joseph Asherman, and is thus also known as Asherman syndrome (1,2).Most patients with IUAs have fibrous band adhesions formed in the anterior and posterior walls of the uterus, and these vascular fibrous tissue adhesion bands are accompanied by different amounts of white blood cell infiltration ().

The intrauterine and lactation periods are fundamental to modulate the interaction and lead to the maturation of the newborn's immune system In the intrauterine period, this interaction occurs through the transfer of maternal antibodies and through the amniotic fluid that comes into contact with the skin and gastrointestinal tract of the.

This study will inform international medical guidelines as to whether the Levonorgestrel intrauterine device (LNG IUD), a highly effective long-acting reversible contraceptive method, is safe and acceptable as compared to the copper intrauterine device (C-IUD) for HIV-positive women in Cape Town, South Africa.

Contraception is the most comprehensive exploration of the newest technologies in the area of contraception. Edited by renowned authorities Dr.

Donna Shoupe and Dr. Florence Haseltine, with chapters written by leaders in the field, this book comprises the most up-to-date, practical and clinical information available and presents a thorough examination of clinical efficacy, side effects.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of an Immunological aspects of intrauterine contraception book Symposium on Immunological Approaches to Contraception and Promotion of Fertility, presented June, at the Fogarty International Center in Bethesda, Maryland"--Title page verso.

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Linked Data. # Distributed by Year Book Medical Publishers\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) represent one of the most important methods used for contraception. The methods vary in terms of efficiency, acceptability, costs, and potential complications.

Early methods have been improved, and ultrasound (US) evaluation has become an important tool to diagnose the clear majority of IUDs complications. This chapter presents a comprehensive and up-to-date status.

Male methods of contraception. Vaginal methods of contraception. The combined oral contraceptive - selection and eligibility. The combined oral contraceptive - follow-up arrangements and new routes of administration.

The progestogen-only pill. Injectables and implants. Intrauterine devices and systems. Emergency. An intrauterine device (IUD), also known as intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD or ICD) or coil, is a small, often T-shaped birth control device that is inserted into the uterus to prevent are one form of long-acting reversible birth control (LARC).

One study found that female family planning providers choose LARC methods more often (%) than the general public (%). Fifth International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health, supplement to Contraception 75(6S): S1-S, June Mishell, Daniel R.

"Intrauterine contraception: An under-utilized method of family planning," European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care 12(1): OUTSIDE FUNDING. Future Aspects in Contraception Proceedings of an International Symposium held in Heidelberg, 5–8 September Part 2 Female Contraception.

Authors: Runnebaum, Benno Clemens, Rabe, T. We explored the impact a potential unmeasured confounder—specifically, Black race—could have had on the observed HR of Black women have an approximately fold higher lifetime risk of an HIV diagnosis compared with non-Black women [].Data are limited on the racial/ethnic backgrounds of levonorgestrel and copper IUD users specifically, but an estimated 12% of IUD users overall are.

Contraceptives have always provided ground for controversy. This book describes and discusses latest findings concerning the advantages as well as hazard and risk factors of contraception.

The clinica. Immunological Aspects of Neoplasia — The Role of the Thymus Immunological Aspects of Oral Diseases Immunological Aspects of Reproduction and Fertility Control. Sexual and Reproductive Health at a Glance provides a highly-illustrated, visual introduction to all aspects of sexual and reproductive health, from basic clinical examination skills to the management of acute Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancy.

Covering topics which are often difficult to access as an undergraduate or junior doctor, Sexual and Reproductive. Need for back-up contraception: No additional contraceptive protection is needed.

Postpartum (Including After Cesarean Delivery) Timing: The Cu-IUD can be inserted at any time postpartum, including immediately postpartum (U.S. MEC 1 or 2) (Box 1), if it is reasonably certain that the woman is not pregnant (Box 2).

The book concisely covers all available drugs and devices. Each contraceptive method is covered in a single chapter that includes history of the contraceptive, method of action, pharmacology (when applicable), contraindications, and s:   This reference work on andrology begins with a discussion of male infertility.

It discusses genetic causes, conventional treatment, non-surgical methods for sperm retrieval, and assisted reproduction techniques. It also covers andrological endocrinology with chapters on clinical investigation and laboratory analysis in male hypogonadism, as well as testosterone deficiency syndrome.

1 Immunology Group, Centre of Excellence for Translational Medicine, University of Tartu, TartuEstonia. 2 Laboratory of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Université Henri Poincarré, NancyFrance. 3 Competence Centre on Reproductive Biology and Medicine, TartuEstonia, and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Tartu, TartuEstonia.

Thirteen cases of misplaced intrauterine contraceptive devices removed from the abdominal cavity over a two year period at the Chelsea Hospital for Women, are reviewed.

Five of the six plastic devices were removable laparoscopically but all the copper containing devices required a laparotomy for removal because of an omental or peritoneal. In addition, behavioral methods, intrauterine devices, implants and modern approaches in animal and clinical research in the field of immunization against pregnancy are considered.

Last, but not least, the book summarizes the complex ethical, religious and political aspects of family planning and contraception. administration: A novel method of contraception. Proceedings Of The Royal Society Of London B) and months in monkeys (Upadhyay et al., Long term contraceptive effects of intrauterine neem treatment (IUNT) in bonnet monkeys: An alternative to intrauterine contraceptive devices.

Contracept ). Reproductive Immunology is a compilation of research articles presented during the VII International Congress of Reproductive Immunology which was held in New Delhi, India on October The articles pertain to the following six major themes: Molecular and Immunological Aspects of Sperm-Egg Interaction ; Embryonic-Endometrial Cross-Talk.

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The levonorgestrel (LNG)–releasing intrauterine system (IUS), a form of long-acting reversible contraception, provides women with user-independent contraception that can increase the interval between births and decrease the number of unintended pregnancies. In addition to the present work, which addresses various issues and aspects of contraception use in adolescence, reviews and discussion papers have also been carried out – and corresponding documents produced – in the areas of: • Lung health • Malaria •Nutrition • Pregnancy • Sexually transmitted infections • Unsafe abortion.

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AMSTARs: Adolescent Contraception: Basics and Beyond highlights the fundamental aspects of contraception with an overview of contraceptive methods and epidemiology, provides up-to-date guidance on medical eligibility criteria, and reviews critical policy advances supporting contraceptive.

Laura Percy, Diana Mansour. Banbury, UK: Scion Publishing Ltd, ISBN Price: £ Pages: (paperback) This book aims to provide a concise yet comprehensive overview of contraceptive methods, and issues related to their use.

The authors have succeeded in this aim, producing a very readable book, which can equally be read as a whole or in sections without losing. Although contraceptives were relatively common in middle-class and upper-class society, the topic was rarely discussed in public.

The first book published in the United States which ventured to discuss contraception was Moral Physiology; or, A Brief and Plain Treatise on the Population Question, published by Robert Dale Owen in The book suggested that family planning was a laudable.

Changes in genital tract immune cell populations after initiation of intrauterine contraception. Am J Obstet Gynecol () (5) May Epub ahead of print.

doi: / PMID: PMCID: PMC Book to see a leading medical expert today. Book online. As part of my particular interest in women's health, I offer cervical screening (smears), all aspects of contraception counselling, and removal of intrauterine contraceptive devices (coils - including Mirena/IUS).

Therefore, the book can be used in the early stages of preparation for the MRCOG examination. The authors, who are experts in their fields, have written clearly, keeping the student in mind. They have been constantly treating patients and are involved in undergraduate education. The intrauterine device (IUD) is a widely accepted long-acting reversible contraception.

Due to its high efficacy, good safety profile, low cost, and overall tolerance this form of contraception has become quite popular throughout the years. Multiple kinds of intrauterine devices are now available, both hormonal and non-hormonal forms.

Introduction. There are ∼18 million women living with HIV, a majority live in sub-Saharan Africa, and African women make up over a third of the million new adult infections worldwide in contraceptive use vastly improves maternal and child morbidity and mortality, approximately half of African women not desiring pregnancy have an unmet need for modern contraception.

2.The purpose of this prospective non-randomized study was to study the effectiveness of semen washing followed by intrauterine insemination (IUI) in Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV)-discordant couples in which the male partner was infected, in preventing HIV transmission to .Define immunological contraception.

immunological contraception synonyms, immunological contraception pronunciation, immunological contraception translation, English dictionary definition of immunological contraception. (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery. contraceptive method. birth control, birth prevention.

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