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Some studies have found a higher rate of cervical cancer in oral contraceptive users; however, this may reflect a higher number of sexual partners in oral contraceptive users rather than a direct causal effect. Evidence shows that long-term use of OCs (≥ 5 years) may be associated with an increased risk of cancer of the cervix (the narrow, lower portion of the uterus). qxd 1/17/2008 12:09 PM Page 43 HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION 35 Rate /100 000 women 30 Breast cancer 25 20 15 10 Lung cancer 5 0 1930 1936 1942 1948 1954 1960 1966 1972 1984 1990 1996 report, data from eight studies were combined to assess the effect of OC use on cervical cancer risk in HPV-positive women.
It consists of four parts: 1. 2. 3. 4. The time taken to conceive. The duration of pregnancy. An interval without ovulation after delivery or abortion. A possible period of secondary subfertility. In the absence of contraception, most women fall pregnant within 3 months of beginning regular intercourse. In a traditional society not using contraceptives but breastfeeding for natural intervals, children are born 3–5 years apart. If breastfeeding is curtailed but not replaced by contraceptives, as in the North American Hutterites (a Protestant religious sect) then the average woman may have nine or ten live births in a lifetime.
At some point in relatively recent evolution, the human newborn achieved a threshold size of brain, becoming so totally dependent for so long an interval of time that it was in the biological interest of both sexes to work together to nurture their offspring. In all human societies (although to varying degrees), males accept paternity for their children and make a direct contribution to their upbringing. The key event in the evolution of human sexual behavior, that made the change from a promiscuous primate, like a chimpanzee, to the partially monogamous mating system found in humankind, was the concealment of ovulation in the female.