Associates of self-reported fertility status and infertility treatment-seeking in a rural district of Malawi.

@article{BardenOFallon2005AssociatesOS,
  title={Associates of self-reported fertility status and infertility treatment-seeking in a rural district of Malawi.},
  author={Janine Barden-O'Fallon},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 8},
  pages={2229-36}
}
BACKGROUND This study examines the demographic, fertility preference, health/infection and behavioural factors associated with self-reported fertility problems and infertility treatment-seeking in a rural district of Malawi. METHODS Data come from a population-based survey of 678 women and 362 men. RESULTS Having a higher ideal number of children than actual number of children, i.e. a 'child deficit', is highly associated with women's reported fertility impairment and treatment-seeking… CONTINUE READING

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