The determinants and consequences of pregnancy termination in rural Bangladesh

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International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research , Dhaka
StatementBruce Caldwell ... [et al.].
SeriesICDDR,B working paper ;, no. 77, Working paper ;, no. 131, Working paper (International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh) ;, no. 77., Working paper (MCH-FP Extension Project (Rural) (Bangladesh)) ;, no. 131.
ContributionsCaldwell, Bruce., International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh., MCH-FP Extension Project (Rural) (Bangladesh)
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Paginationiv, 24 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3441378M
ISBN 109845510981
LC Control Number2005310966

Marital Disruption: Determinants and Consequences on the Lives of Women in a Rural Area of Bangladesh Abbas Bhuiya1, A. Mushtaque R. Chowdhury2, Mehnaaz Momen3, and Mohsina Khatun4 1Social and Behavioural Sciences Unit, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research, GPO BoxDhaka2BRAC, 75 Mohakhali, DhakaBangladesh.

Our study seeks to do this by not only describing birth spacing and its consequences on pregnancy outcomes, but also exploring the socioeconomic, demographic and reproductive factors that are associated with short birth intervals using prospective surveillance data from three districts in rural by: Determinants of Adolescent Fertility and Its Consequences for Maternal Health, with Special Reference to Rural Bangladesh a ANN P.

RILEY Department of Demography Georgetown University Poulton Hall Washington, D.C. Cited by: A study done on determinants of the use of maternal child health service in rural Ghana found that older mothers are more likely to use maternal health care services than younger mothers [15].

The result of this study is also consistent with a study done in rural Bangladesh [16]. women seek termination of an unwanted pregnancy under unsafe conditions The consequences of unintended pregnancy are serious, imposing appreciable burdens on children, women, men, families,3 and their societies.7 Both unwanted and mistimed pregnancies are known to be associated with numerous harmful behaviors and outcomes.

The overall prevalence of pregnancy termination and unintended pregnancy were about 11%. Older women had increase in the odds of terminated pregnancies, compared with women aged 15–19 years, while the converse was true for unintended pregnancy in the adjusted by: 4.

Between and the mids, pregnancy termination was significantly less likely in the area of Matlab with better family planning services. We investigate factors affecting women’s decisions to terminate pregnancies in Matlab, Bangladesh, using logistic regression on high-quality data froCited by: 7.

Objective: Social factors and prevalent norms in the community determine the proportion of teenage pregnancy in the community. In the light of high risk associated with teenage pregnancy, the socio-cultural determinants, which influence the conception among teenagers in Nepal, need to be by: Abstract: Empirical and anecdotal evidence indicate that the gestation of a pregnancy at termination in Ghana can be influenced by circumstances surrounding onset of pregnancy or challenges arising during pregnancy.

This study examined determinants of gestational age at termination. TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN NEPAL: CONSEQUENCES, CAUSES AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS Akina Shrestha Nepal 48th International Course on Health Development September 15th, - September 7th KIT (ROYAL TROPICAL INSTITUTE).

Utilization of Skilled Birth Attendants (SBAs) at birth is low (20%) in Bangladesh. Birth attendance by SBAs is considered as the “single most important factor in preventing maternal deaths”. This paper examined the practices and determinants of delivery by SBAs in rural Bangladesh.

The data come from the post-intervention survey of a cluster-randomized community controlled trial Cited by: Only two studies have examined the impact of community factors on pregnancy termination in developing countries (Ping and Smith, ; Rahman et al, ).

Survey data from a large sample of married women in rural China were used to examine the effect of regional differences in the enforcement of national family size policies on the. Pregnancy and childbirth complications are among the leading causes of death in girls aged 15 to 19 years.

Hence, adolescent pregnancy is a serious health threat to young women in India. Better education about and management of contraceptive side effects would help to reduce pregnancy termination in rural Bangladesh.

In addition, women need more information about possible health consequences of relying on untrained providers for pregnancy termination. This study provides evidence on the principal determinants of pregnancy and abortion in India using a country wide large district level data set.

The study distinguishes between induced and spontaneous abortion and compares the effects of their determinants. The results show that there are. Semantic Scholar extracted view of "MENSTRUAL REGULATION IMPACT ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN BANGLADESH A LITERATURE REVIEW SOUTH & EAST ASIA REGIONAL WORKING PAPERS" by N J Piet-pelon The Determinants and Consequences of Pregnancy Termination in Rural Bangladesh: A Widem Context.” Maternal mortality in rural Bangladesh.

L C Chen, M C. In the Bangladesh context, women do hurry to have childbirth as early as possible to prove their fertility. If a woman, particularly in rural areas and lower-educated segment, makes some delay in the initiation of childbearing, she is blamed that she is infertile and is not biologically capable of by: Access to quality healthcare still remains a major challenge in the efforts at reversing maternal morbidity and mortality.

Despite the availability of established maternal health interventions, the health of the expectant mother and the unborn child remains poor due to low utilisation of interventions.

The study examined the socioeconomic determinants of antenatal care utilisation in peri Cited by: 4. Determinants of place of birth decisions in uncomplicated childbirth in Bangladesh: An empirical study Author links open overlay panel Joyce K.

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Edmonds BSN, RN, MPH, PhD (Assistant Professor) a Moni Paul MS (Research Officer) b Lynn Sibley PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN (Associate Professor) cCited by:   In rural Bangladesh, more than 75% of all births occur at home in the absence of skilled birth attendants.

Population-based data are lacking on the burden and risk factors for obstetric complications in settings with low rates of institutional delivery. We sought to describe the prevalence of reported complications and to analyze risk factors for obstetric complications and near misses, using Cited by: Given the persistent role of pregnancy termination in regulating fertility, we sought to gain a more holistic understanding of reproductive decisionmaking by conducting a mixed-method study with couples residing in rural southwestern by: In examining the determinants of unintended pregnancy in Kenya, we in this study will employ multinomial logistic regression model since the outcome variable have more than two categories which are unordered: Intended, mistimed and unwanted pregnancies (Wooldridge, ).File Size: 1MB.

Levels, Trends, Determinants and Consequences of Adolescent Pregnancy in India Introduction Adolescent pregnancy is one of the most important and serious problems faced by our society today. It is considered as a highly distressing incident around the world. About 15 million babies are born to adolescent mothers each year.

The Social, Cultural and Economic Determinants of Health in New Zealand: Action to Improve Health 8 A Report from the National Health Committee Summary This report: summarises the major social, cultural and economic determinants of health and recent trends in these determinants in New Zealand, and outlines the ways in which.

Given the consequences of closely spaced births, and the benefits of longer pregnancy intervals, targeted activities are needed to reach this population of postpartum women.

Our objective was to establish the determinants of contraceptive uptake among postpartum women in a county referral hospital in rural by: 7.

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The STEP UP (Strengthening Evidence for Programming on Unintended Pregnancy) Research Programme Consortium generates policy-relevant research to promote an evidence-based approach for improving access to family planning and safe abortion.

STEP UP focuses its activities in five countries: Bangladesh, Ghana, India, Kenya and Senegal. Prevalence of pregnancy termination and unintend-ed pregnancy is considerably high in Nigeria. What are the new findings. Important regional and sociodemographic disparities exist in the prevalence of pregnancy termination and unintended pregnancy.

A great majority of the women were not using any modern contraceptive methods and had signifi-Cited by: 4. Teenage pregnancy is a public health concern both in developed and developing world.

In Bangladesh, most of the first pregnancies occur immediately after marriage, especially among teenagers. Although women aged years are the most fertility contributing women in Bangladesh, studies are not yet conducted on teenage pregnancy within this group of by:   Determinants of the use of maternal health services in rural Bangladesh Nitai Chakraborty.

Address for Millions of women in developing countries experience life threatening and other serious health problems related to pregnancy or childbirth. Health service resources as determinants of infant death in rural Bangladesh: an empirical Cited by:   The validity of birth and pregnancy histories in rural Bangladesh.

Having the same interviewers in both the BDHS and MDHS effectively controlled for interviewer effects.

Interviewers administered a birth history or pregnancy history questionnaire by random assignment within each village, i.e., about half received each type. number with Cited by: 5.

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In Northern Ireland, where termination of pregnancy is illegal except to save the woman's life or prevent long term or permanent physical or mental harm to the woman, statistics are presented in terms of birth rates as opposed to conception rates; the teenage birth Cited by: Fitting GEE Models and Goodness-of-Fit Tests for Delivery Complications in Rural Bangladesh 12Md.

Abdus Salam Akanda and Maksuda Khanam 1Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 2Mirza Abbas Mohila Degree College, Shahjahanpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Abstra ct: The maternal morbidity data in Bangladesh is scanty Author: Md. Abdus Salam Akanda, Maksuda Khanam.The State of the World’s Children is dedicated to Allan Rosenfield, MD, Dean Emeritus, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, who passed away on 12 October A pioneer in the field of public health, Dr.

Rosenfield worked tirelessly to avert maternal deaths and provide care and.