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<p>Researchers studied more than 1,000 women, ages 18 and 19 years, over several years, asking them weekly questions about their contraceptive use, sex, and pregnancy. They found that women who experience material hardship use contraceptives less consistently.</p>

Contraceptive Use Is Less Consistent for Young Women Experiencing Hardships

Electricity cutoffs, food insecurity play role