Awareness and use of contraceptives among saudi women attending primary care centers in Al-qassim, saudi arabia.

@article{Sheeha2010AwarenessAU,
  title={Awareness and use of contraceptives among saudi women attending primary care centers in Al-qassim, saudi arabia.},
  author={Mounira Al Sheeha},
  journal={International journal of health sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={11-21}
}
BACKGROUND The overall rapid change in the socio-demographic pattern of the Saudi Arabian community, especially the changes concerned with women's education and work will be an important factor in changing fertility beliefs and behaviors with more tendencies to birth spacing and, consequently, the use of contraceptives. OBJECTIVES The study aimed to identify the perception of Saudi women regarding the use of contraceptives METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted among Saudi women… CONTINUE READING
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