Contraceptive history, unintended pregnancy, and contraceptive method choice among urban low-income women.

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BACKGROUND Nearly half of pregnancies in the United States are unintended, a proportion that has remained constant in the last decade. Half of unintended pregnancies occur among women not using any contraception, but little is known about how contraceptive history and contraceptive priorities predict contraceptive method choice. METHODS Among 1454 women… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/jwh.2013.4247

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@article{Gaarde2013ContraceptiveHU, title={Contraceptive history, unintended pregnancy, and contraceptive method choice among urban low-income women.}, author={Jenna Patrice Gaarde and Allison Meserve and Melissa J. Kottke and Robert Hatcher and Mary Ann Chiasson}, journal={Journal of women's health}, year={2013}, volume={22 11}, pages={930-7} }