Population Pills

CEAT Kelani Holdings Managing Director Ravi Dadlani (right) and Lanka Ashok Leyland CEO Umesh Gautham exchange the OEM agreement

Sales of the morning-after pill are soaring at 30,000 packs a month, as lquote Postinor takes over from males reluctant to snap on that condom.rn

Only 3.3 percent of males use condoms, with birth control largely geared toward females – an imbalance the Family Planning Association is trying to alterrn

rnldblquote Males still think family planning is what women should do and we are trying to re-address that balance and try to promote condom use among males
dblquote , Director at the Family Planning Association (FPA), A Abeysinghe said.rn

rnldblquote It is also largely an attitudinal change that is needed with a social stigma still attached to it. Condoms are one of the cheapest methods of contraceptives, with a pack of three selling at Rs.20,
dblquote says Abeysinghe. rn

rnBut at the moment, the pill still tops popularity charts with the drug having a 98 percent success rate if taken 72 hours after intercourse.rn

rnWith contraceptive use largely driven by the Family Planning Association, prev

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