Associated factors of pregnancy spacing among women of reproductive age Group in South of Iran: cross-sectional study

Tania Dehesh, Elaheh Salarpour, Neda Malekmohammadi & Sepideh Arjomand Kermani
Abstract Background Optimal pregnancy spacing is an important incidence in reproductive women’s health. Short or long pregnancy spacing leads to the greatest health, social and economic problems such as increase in maternal and infant mortality and morbidity, and adverse pregnancy outcomes. The aim of this study is to assess the mean of pregnancy spacing and associated factors of pregnancy spacing among women of reproductive age group with recurrent event analysis. Methods The fertility history of...
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