Family planning is defined as essential "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities, which enable individuals including minors so that they can set their children's number and vacancy independently and by selecting those means By which this can be achieved.
" A woman has the number of children with no desire to have no children, and at the age they want.
These matters are influenced by external factors such as marital status, career issues, financial status and any disability, which can affect their ability to create and raise children. If sex is active, then family planning may include the use of contraceptives and other techniques to control reproductive time.
Other importent factors of family planning include sex education, birth prevention, and family management of sexually transmitted infections, pre-conception counseling and management, and infertility management.
Includes services that lead to family planning, conception, defined by the United Nations and the World Health Organization. Abortion is not considered to be a component of family planning, although access to contraceptives and family planning reduces the need for abortion.
Family planning is sometimes used as a synonym or euphemism for the use and use of contraception. However, it often involves methods and exercises in addition to contraception.
In addition, there are many people who may wish to use contraception, but are not necessarily planning a family (eg, unmarried teens, young married people delaying their child's birth during a career Couples); Family planning has become a catch-all phrase for most of the work done in this area. Contemporary notions of family planning, however, is the place for the decision of a woman and her child at the center of the discussion, because the perceptions of female empowerment and reproduction autonomy have gained traction in many parts of the world.
It usually applies to a male and female pair that wants to limit the number of children and/or to control the time of pregnancy (children are also known as vacancy).