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Women at Risk of Unintended Pregnancy 1990 Estimates

Stanley Henshaw

Women at Risk of Unintended Pregnancy 1990 Estimates

The Need for Family Planning Services Each State and County

by Stanley Henshaw

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Published by Alan Guttmacher Institute .
Written in English

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  • Family/Marriage

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11534238M
    ISBN 100939253275
    ISBN 109780939253272
    OCLC/WorldCa28093869

    Among women younger than 18 who became pregnant, those with a partner who was six or more years older were less likely to have an unintended pregnancy (70%) or to terminate an unintended pregnancy. LARC methods may become coercive if reducing unintended pregnancy by targeting high-risk groups takes precedence over women's ability to choose a desired form of .

    This nonuse may be associated with about , unintended births in the US each year. Study Design: The and – National Surveys of Family Growth were combined to yield a nationally representative sample of 9, women at risk of unintended by: Unintended Pregnancies Averted Unsafe Abortions Averted Maternal Deaths Averted; This estimate is derived by first calculating the number of pregnancies that would occur if women were not using any contraception (estimated to be 31%). 1 However, some women using modern contraception will get pregnant due to method failure, so this number must be subtracted, as .

      Worldwide, an estimated 44% (90% uncertainty interval [UI] 42–48) of pregnancies were unintended in – The unintended pregnancy rate declined by 30% (90% UI 21–39) in developed regions, from 64 (59–81) per women aged 15–44 years in –94 to 45 (42–56) in – RESULTS: In , 49% of pregnancies in the United States were unintended. The unintended pregnancy rate was 51 per 1, women aged 15–44, meaning that 5% of this group had an unintended pregnancy. This level was un-changed from The rate of unintended pregnancy in was substantially above average among women aged.


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Women at Risk of Unintended Pregnancy 1990 Estimates by Stanley Henshaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

Seventy percent of women in this age category are at risk of unintended pregnancy. This proportion drops dramatically among women age 30 and over, many of whom have been sterilized or have partners who have been sterilized.

Nevertheless, nearly 12 million women aged 30–44 remain at risk of unintended pregnancy, Cited by: Get this from a library. Women at risk of unintended pregnancy, estimates: the need for family planning services, each state and county.

[Stanley K Henshaw; Jacqueline Darroch Forrest; Alan Guttmacher Institute.]. Author(s): Henshaw,Stanley K Title(s): Women at risk of unintended pregnancy: estimates: the need for family planning services, each state and county/ by Stanley K. Henshaw and Jacqueline Darroch Forrest.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, NY: Alan Guttmacher Institute, c Description: p. Estimates of the number of women with ongoing or potential need for contraceptive services ranged from to per 1, women aged 18–49 years.

The percentage of women at risk for unintended pregnancy using a most or moderately effective contraceptive method** ranged from % to %.Cited by: 1. Page - Women at Risk of Unintended Pregnancy, Estimates: The Need for Family Planning Services, Each State and County.

New York, NY: The Alan Guttmacher Institute; ‎. Younger women (15–19 years) and those in their prime reproductive ages (20–34 years) were more likely to be at risk of unintended pregnancy when compared to women who were 35 years or older – OR95% CIfor the youngest age-group and95% CIfor those 20–34 by: Introduction.

A decade after publication of the Institute of Medicine report on unintended pregnancy and in the glow of “family planning” having been one of the top 10 American public health achievements of the 20th century, half of American pregnancies remain nded pregnancies are either mistimed (occurring sooner than the woman desired) or Cited by: Over women of reproductive age who participated in this survey between and provide estimates of access to care and use of family-planning methods in the state.

We find that 49% of the female population aged 18–44 in California is at risk of unintended pregnancy. Nine percent (9%) of women at risk of an unintended pregnancy are Cited by:   When girls and women do not have access to sexual and reproductive health services and information, including contraception and safe abortion care, they are at risk of unsafe abortion – which can put their lives and well-being at risk.

New estimates on abortion safety on the use of contraception to prevent unintended pregnancy, safe. of Unintended Pregnancy 7 1. Finer LB et al. Contraception. ;– Unintended Pregnancy in the United States ()1 Age, years Total Pregnancy Rate/ 1, Women Unintended Pregnancy Rate/ 1, Women Unintended Pregnancy Rate, % 15–17 42 33 79 18–19 83 20–24 64 25–29 71 41 30–34 46 Estimates of unintended pregnancy rates over the last decade in France as a function of contraceptive behaviors.

Odds of method use by survey year among women at potential risk of an unintended pregnancy *: Toulemon L, Prioux F. Abortion Trends in France, – Population-E – English edition. ; 64 (3)–Cited by: To estimate the prevalence of contraceptive use among nonpregnant and postpartum women at risk for unintended pregnancy and sexually active female high school students living in the 41 states where mosquito-borne transmission might be possible, CDC used – and survey data from four state-based surveillance systems: the Behavioral Cited by:   Current Contraceptive Use.

At any given time, three-quarters of adolescent women who have had sex are at risk of unintended pregnancy. () Most at-risk teenagers use contraceptives. () * Some 72% of year-old women at risk and 84% of year-olds use some method of contraception, as do 88% of women aged (Fig page 34).

The unintended pregnancy rate declined by 30% (90% UI ) in developed regions, from 64 () per women aged years in to 45 () in In developing regions, the unintended pregnancy rate fell 16% (90% UI ), from 77 () per women aged years to 65 ().Cited by:   The proportion of women at risk for unintended pregnancy who used a highly effective reversible method, known as long-acting reversible contraception (LARC), ranged from % to % for BRFSS-surveyed women and % to % for PRAMS/MIHA-surveyed by: This paper will seek to determine factors associated with nonuse of contraception among women at risk of unintended pregnancy and the reasons for their nonuse, using the combined and – National Surveys of Family Growth (NSFG), a national sample of 19, women of reproductive age.

Previous researchCited by: To estimate the prevalence of contraceptive use among nonpregnant and postpartum women at risk for unintended pregnancy and sexually active female high school students living in the 41 states where mosquito-borne transmission might be possible, CDC used and survey data from four state-based surveillance systems: the Behavioral.

To update previously published contraceptive use estimates* among women at risk for unintended pregnancy† and to estimate the number of women with ongoing or potential need for contraceptive. Consistent with the higher rates of unintended pregnancy among women in poverty, unintended pregnancy is much more common among black than white women.

Data from the NSFG show that the percentage of births reported as unintended at time of conception was 62 percent among black women; among white women, the comparable figure was 41 percent. Unintended pregnancy carries significant health and economic consequences and disproportionately affects poor women and women of color.

19,20 Rapid repeat pregnancy—defined as pregnancy within 12 to 18 months after delivery—can occur if women are unsuccessful at initiating contraception shortly after delivery.

Unintended Pregnancy in Opioid-abusing Women Article (PDF Available) in Journal of substance abuse treatment 40(2) October with .Evidence before this study. Previous estimates of global trends in unintended pregnancy were made for, and These point estimates relied on country-level data on the incidence of unintended births and estimates or projections of abortion rates, and qualitative assessments of exchangeability to make inference from existing data to countries and Cited by: Estimates of the number of women with ongoing or potential need for contraceptive services ranged from to per 1, women aged years.

The percentage of women at risk for unintended pregnancy using a most or moderately effective contraceptive method** ranged from % to %.Cited by: 1.