Contraception and Family Planning

People can utilise family planning to have the number of children they want, as well as space their pregnancies. It is achieved through the use of contraception and infertility treatment. Contraception education and services are critical to everyone's health and human rights. Preventing unintended pregnancies helps to lower maternal disease and the number of pregnancy-related deaths. Family planning has significant health benefits, including as postponing pregnancies in young girls who are at increased risk of health problems from early childbearing and preventing pregnancies in older women who are also at risk. By lowering the number of unplanned pregnancies, contraception reduces the need for unsafe abortions and HIV transmission from mothers to neonates.

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