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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
To Evaluate Reproductive Health Problems among Age Group of 12-49 Years Female in the Selected Urban and Rural Area
Ravindra Premchand Puranik
Abstract: Women bear by far the greatest burden of reproductive health problems. Women are at risk of complications from pregnancy, childbirth, preventing unwanted pregnancy, unsafe abortion, burden of contraception, and reproductive tract infections & sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS. Biological factors, social, economic and political disadvantages have a detrimental impact on their reproductive health. Based on objectives of the study, 41 structuredquestionnaire on reproductive health problems were prepared, Exploratory approach & Non-probability purposive sampling technique was used. Results- out of 200 samples (100 in urban & 100 in rural of reproductive age group women) gynecological problems in urban were 11.016 % and in rural were 12.31 %. Obstetrical problems in urban were 13.40 % and in rural were 13.47 % and psychological problems in urban were 13.78 % and in rural were 16.28 %.
Keywords: Reproductive health, Reproductive health problems, Reproductive age group, Urban area, rural area
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,
Pages: 947 - 951
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