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Prepared by: Emmanuel D. Habilag
BSN 2-1
- refers to the activity of the parent to raise their children.

-its about raising children and supporting their needs financially,
morally, educationally, teaching values and giving them love and care.
Responsible Parenthood
-defined as the series of decisions couples make to ensure the best
possible life for the family and for the community to which the family
-the ability of the parents to raise their children and to satisfy the
social, economic and religious responsibilities of the family.
-also includes the inculcation of values and instilling of discipline.
Responsibilities of
1. Set a quantity of time as well time to
spend with children.
2. Teach rules to ensure the health and
safety of children.
3. Give love and affection.
4. Teach with a positive Attitude,
Moral and ethical Values.
5. Teach self discipline and self
control with effective discipline.
Reproductive Health
What is the Reproductive Health?
- it refers to a complete physical, mental, and
social well-being and merely the absence of disease
relating to the productive system and to its functions
and process.
What is RH law?
- is a law in the Philippines that guarantees
universal access to methods of:

Fertility control
Sexual Education
Maternal Care
What is Family Planning?
- couples decide when to achieve their
desired number of children.
Types of Family Planning:
1. Natural Family Planning
-involves no introduction of chemical or foreign material into the body
or sustaining from sexual intercourse during a fertile period.
Methods :
a. Abstinence – refraining from sexual relations.
b. Calendar (Rhythm) Method- require a couple to abstain from
coitus (sexual relations) on the days of a menstrual cycle when the
woman is most likely to conceive (3-4 days after ovulation).
c. Basal Body Temperature (BBT) Method- the temperature of the
body at rest, falls about 0.5’ F. at the time of ovulation, her BBT rises
a full degree because of the influence of progesterone.
d. Cervical Mucus Method- use the changes in cervical mucus that
occur naturally with ovulation.
e. Symptothermal Method- combines the cervical mucus and BBT
f. Ovulation Detection- use of over the counter ovulation detection kit.
g. Lactation Amenorrhea method- as long as a woman is breastfeeding
an infant, there is some natural suppression of ovulation.
h. Coitus Interruptus- The couple proceeds with coitus until the
moment of ejaculation. Then the man withdraws and spermatozoa are
emitted outside the vagina.
i. Postcoital Douching- Ejaculation following intercourse is ineffective as
a contraceptive measure as sperm may be present in cervical mucus as
quickly as 90 seconds after ejaculation.
2. Artificial Family Planning
- any unnatural technique that is used to prevent conception.

a. Oral Contraceptives- ( pills ) are composed of varying amounts of
synthetic progesterone (progestin).
b. Transdermal Contraception- patches that slowly but continuously
release a combination of estrogen and progesterone.
c. Vaginal Ring- (Nuva Ring) a silicone ring that surrounds the cervix
and continually releases a combination of estrogen and
d. Intrauterine device (IUD)- a small plastic object that is inserted into
the uterus through the vagina.
e. Diaphragm- a circular rubber disk that is placed over the cervix
before intercourse.
f. Male and Female Condoms- placed over the erect penis or covers
the cervix before coitus to trp sperms.
g. Vasectomy- a small incision or puncture wound is made on each
side of the scrotum. The vas deferens at that point is then located, cut
and tied, cauterized, or plugged, blocking the passage of spermatozoa.
h. Tubal Ligation- the fallopian tubes are occluded by cautery,
crushing, clamping, or blocking, thereby preventing passage of both
sperm and ova.
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