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Unintended pregnancies can have major repercussions that affect a woman’s life and life course. These mistimed or unwanted pregnancies are associated with negative health and economic outcomes for women of all ages and their families (Cheng et al. 2009; Gipson, Koenig, and Hindin 2008). Contraception can help a woman and her partner prevent an unintended pregnancy and may also be associated with broader health, social, and economic benefits for women and their families (Bailey 2013; Sonfield et al. 2013). Moreover, women report that contraception allows them to take better care of themselves and their families by completing their education, keeping a job, and supporting themselves financially (Frost and Duberstein Lindberg 2013).

 

Unsurprisingly, most unintended pregnancies occur among women who are not using contraception effectively. Women who do not use birth control or who have long gaps in use account for 54 percent of these unintended pregnancies, and women who use birth control inconsistently or incorrectly account for another 41 percent. Only 5 percent of unintended pregnancies occur among women who consistently use contraception correctly (Guttmacher Institute 2016).

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