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Comparison of a Person-Centered Pregnancy Prevention Question and One Key Question® to Assess Postpartum Contraceptive Needs.

Contraception 2024 April 17
INTRODUCTION: Pregnancy intention is widely used to screen for contraceptive needs, yet its relevance to postpartum individuals has not been demonstrated.

METHODS: We surveyed 234 postpartum individuals to assess the alignment between pregnancy intentions in the next year and current desire to prevent pregnancy.

RESULTS: Most individuals (87%) desired pregnancy prevention now, including 73% of individuals who desired or were ambivalent about pregnancy in the next year.

CONCLUSION: A majority of individuals considering pregnancy in the next year desired pregnancy prevention now. Directly assessing current desire to prevent pregnancy may be more specific for contraceptive needs in postpartum individuals.

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