Issue: 2010, Vol. 15, No. 1
MEDICAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS WHICH DETERMINE THE REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE IN FIRST PREGNANCY
- first pregnancy, young women, reproductive choice, abortion, medical and social factors
- Authors carried out the comparative statistic analysis of questionnaire data in 404 women aged 15-24 years which were pregnant for the first time or had first-born children after first pregnancy and 267 women with medical abortion after first pregnancy (republic sampling). It was stated that medical abortion in first pregnancy were attended by social factors (residence, marital status, employment) along with early age of sexual relations and pregnancy, irresponsible attitude to contraception, prevalence of bad habits, inadequate medical activity, inadequate social and psychological adaptation of girls (first sexual contact, peculiarities of relations to their partners and parents).