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A Study on Selected Reproductive Health Morbidity among Women Attending Reproductive Health Camps in Nepal
Abstract:
RH morbidity is a broad concept that encompasses a wide range of health issues and problems related to reproductive organs and functions. This includes, but is not limited to, childbearing. RH morbidity include obstetric morbidity sustained during pregnancy, delivery and the postpartum period as well as gynecological morbidity related to conditions of ill health not associated with pregnancy such as reproductive tract infections, cervical cell changes, malignancies and sub-fertility. RH morbidity, in general, is an outcome of not only biological factors but is also associated with socioeconomic factors such as poverty, control over material resources, and social disparities such as a lack of women’s ability to exercise control over decision making regarding her own body. This affects the health and social well-being of those women who are in their reproductive and economically productive ages, as well as their offspring. #RH #MORBIDITY #UNFPA #2016 #SOCIOECONOMIC #DEMOGRAPHIC
Publisher: UNFPA Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
FAMILY PLANNING, HUMAN REPRODUCTION, HUMAN REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY, REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM, SEX EDUCATION, SEXUAL BEHAVIOR, WOMEN'S HEALTH, YOUTH HEALTH, DEVELOPMENT, POPULAR PARTICIPATION, RURAL WOMEN
Thematic Group:
UNFPA, (2016)
Thesaurus:
14.01.00 - Advancement Of Women
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