Tendency to Pregnancy in Women and Their Husbands Attending Health Centers in Zanjan in 2012

Hossein Masoumi Jahandizi, Koroosh Kamali, Ali Mohammadi
2016 Journal of Human, Environment, and Health Promotion  
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 with
more » ... eeing with pregnancy of their spouse (more than half) and women attending pregnancy counseling and family planning centers.
doi:10.29252/jhehp.1.2.105 fatcat:mjy5koae4vhfxionnu666su4zm