A new study to be published in the October issue of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care finds that couples who used the Standard Days Method® of family planning to prevent pregnancy are very likely to continue using this method along with the visual tool CycleBeads®. The study also found that the family planning method is not only effective in the first year, but effective over time with even fewer unplanned pregnancies among users in years 2 and 3 than in year 1.





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