Contraception goes against many religious and cultural beliefs. For many developing countries it is a matter of lack of information, misleading information or a lack of supplies. “The studies were conducted in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia and asked young women about their views on contraceptive use. Results showed that overall, the young women had gotten very little information on sex or contraception, and the information they did get was frequently misleading. For example, one young woman thought she only had to take the birth control pill before having sex. The belief that hormonal methods might impair future fertility was widespread.” Many women didn’t want others to find out they were using birth control, fearing sexual expectations would be higher for them.
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