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The Impact of the Zika epidemic on women's reproductive intentions and behaviors in Brazil
Women in low SES groups in Recife more commonly recounted improving their contraceptive behaviors because of high exposure to the risk of contracting the Zika virus. In contrast, high SES women in both cities reported continuing their nearly perfect contraceptive use (use that resulted in few or no unintended pregnancies) as they had before the Zika outbreak. Low SES women in both cities reported inconsistent contraceptive use and an inability to get a desired sterilization. Low SES women indoi:10.15781/t2tb0zb20 fatcat:dxtl5alys5fdljvnasvcnsyvha