|Statement||by Jane Mander.|
|Contributions||Voluntary Parenthood League (N.Y.),|
|LC Classifications||HQ763 .P3, HQ766.5.N43 .P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||2003558087|
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The year the pill arrived in New Zealand, , was the peak of the post-war baby boom, when New Zealand women had an overall average of children. Though the baby boom continued into the early s, the use of the pill had a significant effect on the birth rate. The most significant single event was the introduction of oral contraceptive pills in New Zealand in New Zealand women (only if married and their doctor approved) were among the first in the world to take advantage of this new method of birth control and together with the women of the Netherlands, they led the world in the proportion of. Contraceptive pills are a safe and effective way of preventing pregnancy. There are some choices about which type of pill to take. Not all types of contraceptive pills are suitable for all women. Doctors oppose birth control. Doctors were generally opposed to birth control. A New Zealand Medical Journal editorial said there were ‘no words sufficient to express our contempt’ for couples using birth control, a result of ‘selfishness in its most revolting form, usually on the part of the mother’, and that arguments for birth control did violence to ‘everything that is.