Family planning and full contraceptive services encompass a comprehensive range of healthcare interventions and resources designed to help individuals and couples make informed decisions about their reproductive health and achieve their desired family size. These services are provided by healthcare providers, including gynecologists, family doctors, and reproductive health clinics.

Family planning services typically include:

Counseling and education: Providing information about various contraceptive methods, their effectiveness, and potential side effects to help individuals make informed choices.

Contraceptive methods: Offering a wide range of birth control options, such as pills, patches, injections, intrauterine devices (IUDs), condoms, and sterilization procedures.

Pre-conception care: Supporting individuals in preparing for pregnancy by addressing health concerns and optimizing fertility.

Pregnancy testing and counseling: Providing accurate pregnancy testing and offering support to individuals facing unplanned pregnancies.

Postpartum and post-abortion care: Assisting women with post-delivery or post-abortion care, including family planning counseling for future pregnancies.

Access to family planning and full contraceptive services is essential for promoting reproductive health, reducing unintended pregnancies, and empowering individuals to make informed decisions about their reproductive futures. These services play a vital role in improving maternal and child health and enhancing overall family well-being.