Pregnancy Intentions Among Women Who Do Not Try: Focusing on Women Who Are Okay Either Way

@article{McQuillan2010PregnancyIA,
  title={Pregnancy Intentions Among Women Who Do Not Try: Focusing on Women Who Are Okay Either Way},
  author={J Colin McQuillan and Arthur L. Greil and Karina M. Shreffler},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={178-187}
}
Are women who are intentional about pregnancy (trying to or trying not to get pregnant) systematically different from women who are “okay either way” about getting pregnant? We use a currently sexually active subsample (n = 3,771) of the National Survey of Fertility Barriers, a random digit dialing telephone survey of reproductive-aged women (ages 25–45) in the United States. We compare women who are trying to, trying not to, or okay either way about getting pregnant on attitudes, social… CONTINUE READING