poster session 4

nr. title 1st


P098 Efficacy and cycle changes of emergency contraception with levonorgestrel with women at different ages

G. Kolarov (Bulgaria) abstract
P099 An Indian experience with intrauterine device-CuT 200B and oral levonorgestrel (LNG) as emergency


L.N. Gaur (India) abstract
P100 Emergency contraception with Postinor

C. Birladeanu (Romania) abstract
P101 The attitude towards emergency contraception in women having legal abortion

C. Vasiliu (Romania) abstract
P102 Effects of a preovulatory single low dose of mifepristone on ovarian function

J.G. van der Stege (The Netherlands) abstract
P103 Risk factors for Chlamydia infection among young women coming to family planning clinics for

emergency contraception

F. Siddiqui (UK) abstract
P104 Knowledge about emergency contraception in women attending a termination of pregnancy clinic

L.R. Graves (South Africa) abstract
P105 Comprehensive knowledge of emergency contraception does not always result in improved use of the

method: evidence from women attending an unplanned pregnancy clinic

E. Acha (UK) abstract
P106 Is alcohol a factor in unsafe sex among women seeking emergency contraception? A two part study

A. Loxley (Ireland) abstract
P107 Knowledge, attitude and practice survey toward emergency contraception among women undergoing

surgical abortion in Rome, Italy

S. Donati (Italy) abstract
P108 Is sex at weekends more risky: and analysis of visits for emergency contraception to community clinics

P. O’Brien (UK) abstract
P109 5-years of working experience of the Russian Centre of Emergency Contraception

V.N. Prilepskaya (Russia) abstract
P110 Knowledge concerning and attitudes towards emergency contraceptive pills among Hungarian women

waiting for induced abortion

B. Horváth (Hungary) abstract
P111 Access to emergency contraception

T. Bombas (Portugal) abstract
P112 The knowledge of pharmacists regarding emergency contraception

Z. Kozinszky (Hungary) abstract

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