Contraceptive Practices Among Women in Rural Communities in South-Western Nigeria

@inproceedings{Adeomi2011ContraceptivePA,
  title={Contraceptive Practices Among Women in Rural Communities in South-Western Nigeria},
  author={AA Adeomi and Ladoke Akintola},
  year={2011}
}
  • AA Adeomi, Ladoke Akintola
  • Published 2011
Objective : This study aims to determine the prevalence and determinants of choice of contraceptive methods among rural women in Osun state, Nigeria. Materials and Methods : Descriptive cross-sectional, conducted among 612 women of reproductive age group, uutilising the multi-stage sampling technique. Results : Majority of the respondents, 538(87.8%) were within the age group 20 years and above and married (86.3%). More than half 406(66.3%) were currently using a modern contraceptive method, 41… CONTINUE READING
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