Effects of Family Planning to Health Conditions

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  • Topic: Natural family planning, Family planning, Birth control
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Chapter 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction

Family Planning means deciding when the best time to have children is, and what is the appropriate number of children for a couple to have. The right time to have children is when a woman is between 20 and 35 years old, when a woman has not been pregnant for the last 2-3 years, when a woman has fewer than 4 children, when a woman has no illness that would place herself or her baby in danger and when the couple wants to have a baby.

Always let the clients decide for themselves on the method that they will use, and help them choose the method that is most appropriate for them. Factors to consider include the age of the woman, woman's reproductive stage, the effectiveness of a method, the woman's health status and personal considerations. No method is best for all women, nor is any method best for a woman throughout her reproductive life.

The researcher is concern with rapid growing population here in our country. She was motivated to pursue this investigation because of what she observed in his locality barangay since majority of the couples are using the method that for them is easy to avail.

The researcher wants to know the effects of the family planning methods on the conditions of the couples. This will help her gather relevant information that will be helpful to the community, especially Barangay Milagrosa which is the location of this study

Background of the Study

Brgy. Milagrosa in included in the 3rd district of Quezon City. At the year of 2000, Brgy. Milagrosa has a total number of 5,791 people, In 2007, it has a total population of 4,929.

The researcher became curious as to the family planning methods that the couples are using and what are the effects of these methods on their health condition.

Theoretical Framework

The Integrative Theory. Here’s an example of how the model was used in the strategic planning document for the family planning program:

To improve the likelihood of engaging in family planning behaviors then, it must first look at what environmental constraints may be preventing women from engaging in them and act on those.

In it important to assess if the person has the necessary skills to access and effectively use family planning methods over time. Another essential aspect to check is finding out that not understanding the eligibility criteria due to confusing messaging and low literacy skills and non-adherence with birth control methods over time such as discontinuing pills or missing doses or even a report of broken condoms leading to unwanted pregnancy.

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
Independent VariablesDependent Variables

Frame 1Frame 2

Figure 1: Research Paradigm of the Study

Frame 1. Shows the independent variables which consist of the profile of the couples and family planning methods that can be used by the respondents. Frame 2. Shows the dependent variables which consist of the health condition of the couples in terms of physical, psychological, and emotional aspect.

Statement of the Problem

This study aimed to determine the Effects Of Family Planning Methods To The Health Condition Of The Selected Couples Of Brgy. Milagrosa, Project 4, Quezon City. Furthermore, this study wants to find answers to the following questions: 1. What is the status of the couples in terms of:

1.1 Age
1.2 Gender
1.3 Educational Attainment?
2. What is the level of status of the family planning methods in terms of:
2.1 Natural Method
2.2 Artificial Method?
3. What is the status of the health conditions of the couples when using the family planning methods in terms of : 3.1 Physical aspect
3.2 Emotional aspect
3.3 Psychological...
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