Question 1: Birth control is a regimen of one or more actions, devices, sexual practices, or medications followed in order to deliberately prevent or reduce the likelihood of pregnancy or ________ . [1 ]
Question 2: This ignorance continued far into the 20th century, and was paralleled by eminently high ________ in European countries during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Question 3: The fact that various effective methods of birth control were known in the ancient world sharply contrasts with a seeming ignorance of these methods in wide segments of the population of early modern ________ Europe.
Question 4: The ingestion of certain [7 ] poisons by the female can disrupt the reproductive system; women have drunk solutions containing mercury, ________ or other toxic substances for this purpose.
Question 5: The Greek gynaecologist Soranus in the 2nd century suggested that women drink water that ________ had used to cool metal.
Question 6: There are various delivery methods for ________.
Question 7: Symptoms-based methods of ________ involve a woman's observation and charting of her body's fertility signs, to determine the fertile and infertile phases of her cycle.
Question 8: The herbs tansy and pennyroyal are well-known in folklore as ________ agents, but these also "work" by poisoning the woman.
Question 9: It has been widely available as a birth control method in ________ since the early 1990s, marketed under the trade name Saheli.