Reproductive health of women with and without disabilities in South India, the SIDE study (South India Disability Evidence) study: a case control study

@article{Murthy2014ReproductiveHO,
  title={Reproductive health of women with and without disabilities in South India, the SIDE study (South India Disability Evidence) study: a case control study},
  author={Gudlavalleti Venkata Satyanarayana Murthy and Neena John and Jayanthi Sagar},
  journal={BMC Women's Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={14}
}
BackgroundEvidence shows that women with disability have adverse pregnancy outcomes compared to those without a disability. There is a lack of published data on reproductive health of women with disability in India till date. The objective of the South India Disability Evidence (SIDE) Study was to compare reproductive health parameters including pregnancy experience, health access during pregnancy and type of delivery among women with disability compared to women with no disability.MethodsThe… 
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