Birth Control Practices and Barriers in South Carolina
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Birth control--South Carolina
Understanding birth control practices and barriers is key to reducing unintended pregnancies, which have an increased risk of adverse outcomes for mom and baby. This paper investigated if there was a difference in birth control practices and barriers between moms who had recently given birth and childbearing aged (18-44) women in South Carolina.
South Carolina State Library
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