Abstracts of the 9th Congress of the European Society of Contraception

Abstracts of the 9th Congress of the

European Society of Contraception



life quality through contraception and reproductive

health care” 

3-6 MAY 2006


1  Non-contraceptive benefits of contraceptives 9  Emergency contraception
2  Hormonal contraception 10  Complications of oral contraceptives
3  Counselling for contraception 11  IUDs 
4  Adolescent contraception 12  Contraception and infections
5  Cancer and contraception 13  Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
6  New contraceptive methods 14  Sexual Health Education for young people
7  Abortion 15  Quality in reproductive health services
8  Male contraception 16  Other topics 

P073 Clinical experience with NuvaRing®

in Switzerland shows improved cycle control and high acceptability in young


M. Hund1, G.S. Merki2 1Organon AG, Medical

Department, Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland, 2Universitätsspital Zürich, Klinik für


Departement Frauenheilkunde, Zürich, Switzerland

P074 Contraceptive use in

secondary-school students in Slovenia

B. Pinter1, F. Ceh2 1Department of

Obstetrics and Gynecology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Ljubljana,

Slovenia, 2The National Educational Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

P075 Significance of group educational work in the outpatient clinic for women’s

protection in concern to the use of contraception and decrease of abortion rate

in adolescents

G. Relic, M. Bogavac, D. Ilic Medical School in Priština,

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Priština, Serbia & Montenegro, and


Center Novi Sad, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Novi Sad, Serbia &

Montenegro, and Outpatient Clinic for Women’s Protection, Kruševac,

Kruševac, Serbia & Montenegro

P076 The beneficial effects of an oral

contraceptive containing drospirenone on premenstrual symptoms in


C. Vasiliu, M. Carstoiu, V. Stanciu,

V. Horhoianu, P. Vartej University Emergency Hospital Bucharest,

Department of Obstetrics- Gynecology, Bucharest, Romania 

P077 Contraception in adolescent period  Abstract
Z. Grujic, M. Bogavac, I. Grujic Clinical

Centre of Novi Sad, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Novi

Sad, Serbia & Montenegro, and Health Center ,,Veljko Vlahovic”,

Vrbas, Serbia & Montenegro

P078 Is contraceptive choice of

adolescents really different from women of reproductive age and

perimenopausal women?

B. Dilbaz, E. Caliskan, M. Tugral, D.

Yildirim, S. Dede, S. Dilbaz Ministery of Health Ankara Etlik

Maternity and Women’s Health Teaching and Research Hospital, Ankara,


P079 Polycystic ovarian syndrome and low

dose combined oral contraceptives in adolescente  

M. Cirstoiu, C. Vasiliu, V. Horhoianu,

P. Vartej University Hospital Bucharest, Obstetrics and

Gynaecology, Bucharest, Romania

P080 A general look to adolescent


M. Donmez Kesim1, A. Atis1, Y.

Aydin1, G. Ozdemir1, S. Ozdemir1, G. Aki2 1Sisli Etfal Training

and Research Hospital 3rd Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics, Sisli ,Istanbul,

Turkey, and 2Family Planning Training Center, Sisli,Istanbul, Turkey

P081 Knowledge, Beliefs and Practices of

Last Year Students on Contraception and Pregnancy and Utilization of

Current Services in a University in Ankara, Turkey.

Aslihan Coskun Hacettepe University

Medical Faculty Department of Public Health, Ankara, Turkey

P082 Levonorgestrel versus the Yuzpe

regimen of combined oral contraceptives for emergency


I. Mazibrada, K. Sedlecki, Z.

Stankovic, S. Perovic Mother and Child Health Care Institute of

Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro


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