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Lack of pregnancy intention or interest in pregnancy prevention now? How best to screen for desire for contraceptive care.

Contraception 2023 October 7
OBJECTIVES: To assess relationship between pregnancy intention and current desire for pregnancy prevention.

STUDY DESIGN: Using data from two state population-based surveys, we compared One Key Question® and current pregnancy prevention desire.

RESULTS: The majority who indicated ambivalence toward pregnancy (54%) and some respondents who indicated that they want to become pregnant in a year (30%) desired pregnancy prevention now.

CONCLUSIONS: One Key Question® did not capture current pregnancy prevention desires of a sizeable minority of respondents.

IMPLICATIONS: A pregnancy prevention-focused screening approach may be better suited to identify those in need of contraceptive services compared to pregnancy intention screening.

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