Measuring the effects of unintended pregnancy on women's quality of life.

BACKGROUND This study was conducted to assess the potential impact of an unintended pregnancy on women's quality of life. STUDY DESIGN We asked 192 nonpregnant women to report how they would feel if they learned that they were pregnant using a visual analog scale (VAS), a time trade-off (TTO) metric, a standard gamble (SG) metric and a willingness-to-pay… CONTINUE READING