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# Family Planning

All time
China looks set to scrap its two-child policy by 2020
Couple had children while being held hostage in Afghanistan as they dreamed of a big family
Almost a third of Irish couples have used the 'withdrawal method' as contraception
It's now possible to test sperm quality with a smartphone
Preparations underway to try contraceptive gel on men after it worked with monkeys
Woman had to delay starting family because of being pricked by a needle at work
Poll: Should girls be taught about their fertility at school?
The Irish aren't making as many babies as they used to...
Ireland is NOT one of the safest places on the planet to have a baby
Opinion: 'Egg freeze' offer is putting a metaphorical gun to young women’s heads
Carol Redmond
Two million girls under 14 give birth worldwide every year
330 million abortions carried out in China since 1971
Open thread: Do you remember when buying contraceptives was illegal?
Over 220 million women have an 'unmet need for family planning'
'Don't counter-demonstrate in Belfast', Marie Stopes International urges
Bishop criticises opening of Marie Stopes clinic offering abortion
Increase in women seeking post-abortion care from IFPA
Column: Making emergency contraception easy to access has been good for women
Alison O'Riordan and Isabel Hayes
Contraceptive use saves the lives of more than 250,000 women annually
Ireland not invited to world summit on family planning
The Dáil and the word 'fornication': a brief history
Government's response to ECRH abortion ruling 'wholly inappropriate'