CONTRACEPTIVE USING TRENDS IN BANGLADESH
Bangladesh experienced a rapid decline in fertility by family planning program where contraceptive was considered as one of the control concepts for reducing maternal and child mortality. The aim of this study was to find the current situation of using trends of contraceptive and the interest of using temporary and permanent methods of modern contraceptive in Bangladesh. Data were collected from different secondary sources and time series study design applied for this study. The study found that family planning program of doorstep modern contraceptive methods delivery services reduced the total fertility rate in Bangladesh every year from 2007 to 2015. After all, temporary methods of contraceptive used more than permanent methods but data suggested that permanent methods were being increased day by day. The vasectomy and tubectomy using trends in Bangladesh from 2007 to 2015 are 4 times and 3 times more observed in 2014 respectively. As a result, there identified less induced abortion, miscarriage and stillbirth which were responsible to increase the number of maternal and child mortality because of well-planned contraceptive using trends in Bangladesh.