Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 10th, 2008
"A nationally representative sample of Irish men and women aged 1845 years were surveyed (n = 3317). Use of contraception in the last year and at the last occasion of vaginal sexual intercourse was queried. Reasons for non-use were examined. The consistency of contraceptive use in the last year was higher among women than men with lower use in unskilled manual social classes for both sexes. Not...
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