Reliability of Fertility Data Obtained from Pregnancy Histories (Studies on Medicine & Population Subjects)
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Reliability of Fertility Data Obtained from Pregnancy Histories (Studies on Medicine & Population Subjects) by Population Censuses & Surveys Office

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Published by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL7323254M
ISBN 100116906987
ISBN 109780116906984

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ABSTRACT: Infertility, defined as failure to achieve pregnancy within 12 months of unprotected intercourse or therapeutic donor insemination in women younger than 35 years or within 6 months in women older than 35 years, affects up to 15% of infertility evaluation may be offered to any patient who by definition has infertility or is at high risk of infertility. Finally, The Fertility Adjustment Scale (Glover et al., ) consists of 12 items aimed at assessing psychological reactions to fertility-related problems, mainly focusing on need for parenthood.   Women in high-resource countries often postpone childbearing. Postponed childbearing may lead to increased health risks for both mother and child and may also result in childlessness. Attitudes among men and women about fertility and childbearing have been studied in different phases of fertile life, but instruments that assess attitudes toward fertility and childbearing among women . History. The successful examples of the Human Mortality Database and the Human Life table Database (HLD) have demonstrated that it is useful to supplement the most detailed and extensively documented database (such as the HMD)–including only countries with high quality data–with a less detailed data collection covering a much broader range of populations and time periods (such as the HLD).

  The fertility history of a random sample of women who had declined to take part in the study was obtained anonymously and compared with the study sample. The two samples did not differ in terms of age, diagnosis of infertility, number of cycles, or type of treatment (IVF or ICSI). Micklewright and Stewart (), using Eurostat data, report that over the mid-Seventies, the fertility rate (pregnancy that ended in a live birth) for 15 to 19 year olds was around 50/ in the.   The reliability of the questionnaire for TTP data was good; 63% for all participants and 97% when censored at 14 months. Overall reliability of reporting adverse pregnancy outcomes was very high, ranging from 90 - 98% for most outcomes. Second, methods exist (P/F ratio methods with survey data) for the calculation of cohort-period fertility rates from detailed birth history data. These rates not only provide information on trends in fertility, but can also be used to assess the quality of the birth history data.