Presents data on a wide range of topics based on personal interviews with a national sample of women 15-44 years of age in the U.S. It is organized around the central theme of pregnancy a its determinants a consequences. Contents: children ever born a total births expected; wanted a unwanted births; sexual intercourse; marriage a cohabitation; contraceptive use; fecundity, infertility, a sterilization operations; breastfeeding, maternity leave, a child care; adoption, stepchildren, a foster children; health insurance coverage; family planning a other medical services; cigarette smoking; HIV testing; pelvic inflammatory disease; a sex educ.Included are women who never had (voluntary) intercourse since their first menstrual period; women who had intercourse but not in the 3 ... The priority order of use-effectiveness, from most effective method to least effective, was: female (contraceptive) sterilization, male ... of school but has a high school degree, or if a woman has completed more than 12 years but does not have a high school degree.
|Title||:||Fertility, Family Planning, and Women's Health|
|Author||:||Joyce C. Abma, Joyce C. Abma A. Chandra W. Mosher L. Peterson, A. Chandra, W. Mosher, L. Peterson|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1998-08-01|