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was randomly selected from each district, and the study was conducted on a total of 400 people. Data were analyzed in SPSS-16 using descriptive and inferential tests including Chi-square, t-test (mean test) and variance analysis. Results: A total of 186 women (46.5%) desired pregnancy after marriage and 212 (53%) did not. Also, 209 husbands (52.2%) agreed with childbearing after marriage, and 186 (45.5%) disagreed. Conclusion: Childbearing can be encouraged among husbands agreeing withdoi:10.29252/jhehp.1.2.105 fatcat:mjy5koae4vhfxionnu666su4zm