Study reveals possible 12-month changes in pregnancy intentions

Deciding when to start or grow a family is deeply personal and complex. When someone begins using a contraceptive, it may seem obvious they are not planning to get pregnant anytime soon. But a study recently published in PLOS ONE found that pregnancy intentions often change over as short as a 12-month time period and that they specifically vary with partner status, household income, and employment status.

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