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1-in-4 pregnancies unplanned, 2/3 of women foregoing contraceptives – Study

Around two-thirds of sexually active women surveyed in a new UN study indicated that although they wished to avoid or postpone having children, they had stopped relying on contraception out of concern for how it was affecting their health. As a result, around a quarter of all pregnancies are unplanned. 

Research Study:

High Rates of Unintended Pregnancies Linked to Gaps in Family Planning Services

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25 October 2019  - A new study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 36 countries found that two-thirds of sexually active women who wished to delay or limit childbearing stopped using contraception for fear of side effects, health concerns and underestimation of the likelihood of conception. This led to one in four pregnancies being unintended.

Source: WUNRN - 28.10.2019



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