Hormonal Contraception Market to Make Great Impact in Near Future by 2026

Hormonal contraception is type of pregnancy prevention techniques which act on the endocrine system. In this method various female hormones are used to prevent ovulation. Two forms of hormonal contraceptive formulations are available in combination forms such as estrogen and a progestin. However, progestogen is the only method which contains progesterone or any one of its synthetic analogues. In combination method the therapeutic effect is achieved by suppressing ovulation and thickening of cervical mucus, whereas progestogen only method decrease the frequency of ovulation.

Various types of hormonal contraception methods are now available in the market which includes oral pill, skin patch, intrauterine device (IUD), injection, and implantation of rod that is worn underneath the skin. Depending upon type of hormonal contraception it is determined whether the hormonal exposure is continuous or intermittent. All approaches of hormonal contraception are based on prevention of implanting a fertilized egg in female’s womb (uterus) and start to develop or preventing sperm and egg from fertilization. New and improved methods of hormonal contraception are being developed as the efficacy of several methods may differ under various circumstances.

Hormonal Contraception Market: Drivers and Restraints

Global hormonal contraception are widely used globally by females. Adoption of hormonal contraception for birth control is increased due the community awareness in making precise decisions relating to reproductively and sexual health. The growth of hormonal contraception market is fuelled by rise in female population globally, urbanization and increased consciousness about hormonal contraception and also encouraging NGO and government policies to promote hormonal contraception. Implementation of temporary and low cost contraceptive practices instead of permanent contraception is the vital factor driving global market for hormonal contraception market. The adverse side...