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Contraceptive methods women have ever used: United States, 1982-2010.

@article{Daniels2013ContraceptiveMW,
  title={Contraceptive methods women have ever used: United States, 1982-2010.},
  author={Kimberly A. Daniels and William D. Mosher},
  journal={National health statistics reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={62},
  pages={
          1-15
        }
}
OBJECTIVE This report presents national estimates of the proportion of sexually experienced women aged 15-44 who have ever used various methods of contraception in the United States. [] Key Method Interviews were conducted by female interviewers in the homes of sampled persons. This report is based primarily on the sample of 12,279 women interviewed in 2006-2010 from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG). Data from earlier NSFGs are presented to show trends in method choice since 1982. RESULTS…

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