This study depicts that Unplanned pregnancies account for a large number of encountered pregnancies. One of the reasons for this is the lack of counseling surrounding contraception and subsequently lack of contraception use. A conversation during a regular CKD office visit of simply asking a woman what her plans are regarding pregnancy can lead to further discussion on timing of pregnancy and contraception and eventually safer outcomes for both the mother and fetus. Individual preference, as well as comorbid conditions, should be taken into account when deciding on optimal contraceptive methods. Hence we conclude that abive mentioned review states that One must remember that contraception counseling and initiation of contraception should not be wrapped up in a single office visit, and there must be continued follow-up to ensure that the woman is using the contraceptive method correctly to prevent any future unplanned pregnancy.
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