CIRCLE ALL MENTIONED. IF MORE THAN ONE METHOD MENTIONED, FOLLOW SKIP INSTRUCTION FOR HIGHEST METHOD IN LIST.
FEMALE STERILIZATION A (GO TO 307)
MALE STERILIZATION B (GO TO 307)
IUD C (GO TO 308A)
INJECTABLES D (GO TO 308A)
IMPLANTS E (GO TO 308A)
CONDOM G (GO TO 306)
FEMALE CONDOM H (GO TO 308A)
DIAPHRAGM I (GO TO 308A)
FOAM/JELLY J (GO TO 308A)
LACTATIONAL AMEN. METHOD K (GO TO 308A)
RHYTHM METHOD L (GO TO 308A)
WITHDRAWAL M (GO TO 308A)
CYCLE BEADS N (GO TO 308A)
OTHER MODERN METHOD X (GO TO 308A)
OTHER TRADITIONAL METHOD Y (GO TO 308A)
Folkloric or traditional method
NIU (not in universe)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
FPTYPNOW (V313) indicates whether the woman is currently using a modern, traditional, or folkloric method of contraception.
When children are chosen as the unit of analysis, the woman respondent indicates the mother of the child.
In the DHS, modern methods are the Pill, IUD, injections, diaphragm, condom, female sterilization, male sterilization, implants, female condom, foam/jelly, lactational amenorrhea, and emergency contraception. Traditional methods are periodic abstinence (rhythm), withdrawal, and abstinence. Folkloric methods are the category "other" and country-specific methods (such as herbs or amulet), which vary across samples.