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Table 2 The knowledge of contraceptive methods

From: Use and knowledge of contraceptive methods by patients in two substance use disorders treatment centers in Paris

Contraceptive method Yes, sufficiently Yes, insufficiently (%) No (%)
Cap 5.8% (N = 4) 14.5 79.7
Diaphragm 36.1% (N = 26) 26.4 37.5
Female condom 42.5% (N = 31) 35.6 21.9
Female sterilization 38.9% (N = 28) 36.1 25.0
Hormonal Pills 76.7% (N = 56) 16.4 6.8
Implant 34.7% (N = 25) 20.8 44.5
Injection 13.7% (N = 10) 21.9 64.4
Intra-uterin device (IUD) 50.0% (N = 34) 29.4 20.6
Male condom 91.8% (N = 67) 6.8 1.4
Male sterilization 36.1% (N = 26) 37.5 26.4
Patch 27.4% (N = 20) 21.9 50.7
Periodic abstinence 29.6% (N = 21) 31.0 39.4
Ring 30.1% (N = 22) 31.5 38.4
Spermicide 29.2% (N = 21) 27.8 43.0
Withdrawal 66.2% (N = 47) 19.7 14.1
  1. Percentages are given for responders only
  2. N number of patients who responded “Yes, sufficiently”