What Influences Contraceptive Use Among Young Women In Urban Squatter Settlements of Karachi , Pakistan ?

@inproceedings{Rahbar2001WhatIC,
  title={What Influences Contraceptive Use Among Young Women In Urban Squatter Settlements of Karachi , Pakistan ?},
  author={Mohammad H Rahbar},
  year={2001}
}
their husband’s family after they are married. Decision-making involves communication between the spouses and elders of the extended family. Elsewhere, researchers have found low levels of communication between spouses about reproductive matters, and women with low levels of contraceptive use report little spousal communication.4 In addition, mothers-in-law can have power over women’s lives5 and influence the number of children a couple will have.6 In India, for example, women’s mothers-in-law… CONTINUE READING

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