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National Survey of Family Growth - Wave 6 (2002) Female Respondent File - Codebook

All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).

1) Respondent ID number (CASEID)
2) Whether R is part of the sample dormitory residents. (screener variable) (RDORMRES)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1892.5
5) No745497.5
Total7643100.0
3) Century month of R's birth. (computed) (CMBIRTH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7643872.76101.16
4) Whether R was ever married. (computed) (EVRMARRY)
 TOTAL%
0) Never married351746.0
1) Ever married412654.0
Total7643100.0
5) Are you Puerto Rican, Cuban, Mexican, or a member of some other group? (HISPGRP)
 TOTAL%
1) Mexican or Mexican-American92558.2
2) Another Hispanic or Latino group66041.5
9) Don't know40.3
Missing6054
Total1589100.0
6) Number of races R reported for self. (NUMRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Single race reported735096.2
2) 2 or more races reported2933.8
Total7643100.0
7) Please look at Card 4. Where is your (husband/partner) currently living? (HPLOCALE)
 TOTAL%
1) H/P lives in household with R360394.5
2) H/P does not live in household with R2025.3
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3831
Total3812100.0
8) Whether man in HH is R's husband or cohabiting partner. (computed) (MANREL)
 TOTAL%
1) Husband296979.5
2) Male cohabiting partner76420.5
Missing3910
Total3733100.0
9) I'd like to talk about your education. I'd like to talk only about regular school. By regular school I mean elementary, junior high, high school, college, or graduate school. Are you now going to, or on vacation from, regular school? (GOSCHOL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes199826.1
5) No564573.9
Total7643100.0
10) Are you currently on vacation from regular school? (VACA)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes69234.6
5) No130665.4
Missing5645
Total1998100.0
11) Please look at Card A_3. What (is the highest grade or year of (regular) school you have ever attended?) /(grade or year of school are you in/were you in before vacation began)? (HIGRADE)
 TOTAL%
9) 9th grade or less7119.3
10) 10th grade4626.0
11) 11th grade6088.0
12) 12th grade164621.5
13) 1 Year of College or less93712.3
14) 2 years of College91712.0
15) 3 years of College5016.6
16) 4 years of College/Grad School98112.8
17) 5 years or College/Grad School3374.4
18) 6 years of College/Grad School2753.6
19) 7 or More years of College and/or Grad School2653.5
99) Don't know30.0
Total7643100.0
12) (Did you complete/Have you completed) (that/your highest) (grade/year) of school? (COMPGRD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes504966.2
5) No257233.7
9) Don't know50.1
Missing17
Total7626100.0
13) Do you have either a high school diploma or a GED certificate, or both? (HAVEDIP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes591385.9
5) No97314.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing756
Total6887100.0
14) (Which one do you have?) (DIPGED)
 TOTAL%
1) High school diploma530489.7
2) GED5379.1
3) Both721.2
Missing1730
Total5913100.0
15) Century month of R's High school graduation. (computed) (CMHSGRAD)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total53441,074.7792.91
16) Do you have any college or university degrees? (HAVEDEG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes214751.0
5) No206649.0
Missing3430
Total4213100.0
17) Please look at Card 7. What is the highest college or university degree you have? (DEGREES)
 TOTAL%
1) Associate's degree55325.8
2) Bachelor's degree117154.5
3) Master's degree29513.7
4) Doctorate degree341.6
5) Professional school degree924.3
9) Don't know20.1
Missing5496
Total2147100.0
18) Whether R is living with parents. (computed) (WTHPARNW)
 TOTAL%
1) R lives with both biological or adoptive parents80710.6
2) R lives with other or no parental figures683689.4
Total7643100.0
19) (Before you turned 18, did you ever live/Have you ever lived) away from your parents or guardians? Please include times you were away at college or in the Armed Forces. But, do not include times you were away at boarding school for elementary, middle, or high school, or living in an institution or jail or group home. Also, please do not include temporary supervised arrangements such as summer camp. (ONOWN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes179523.6
5) No582176.4
8) Refused10.0
Missing26
Total7617100.0
20) Between your birth and (the present time/the time you first started living on your own/your 18th birthday), (have you always lived/did you always live) with both your (biological/adoptive) mother and (biological/adoptive) father? (INTACT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes479965.1
5) No256934.9
Missing275
Total7368100.0
21) Were your biological parents married to each other at the time you were born? (PARMARR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes635983.2
5) No122116.0
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know610.8
Total7643100.0
22) Now, think about when you were 14 years old. Looking at Card 9, what female and male parents or parent-figures were you living with at age 14? (LVSIT14F)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological mother216476.1
2) Other mother-figure56619.9
3) No mother-figure1113.9
9) Don't know30.1
Missing4799
Total2844100.0
23) (Now tell me the male parent or parent-figure you were living with when you were 14 years old.) (LVSIT14M)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological father67823.8
2) Stepfather62321.9
3) No father-figure present103836.5
4) Other49817.5
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know50.2
Missing4799
Total2844100.0
24) Who, if anyone, do you think of as the woman who mostly raised you when you were growing up? (WOMRASDU)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological mother204872.0
2) Other mother-figure74526.2
3) No mother-figure501.8
9) Don't know10.0
Missing4799
Total2844100.0
25) Please look at Card 17. What is the highest level of education (she/your mother) completed? (MOMDEGRE)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school199426.3
2) High school grad or GED254633.5
3) Some College163321.5
4) Bachelor's degree or higher132117.4
9) Don't know981.3
Missing51
Total7592100.0
26) During most of the time you were growing up, that is when you were between the ages of 5 and 15, did she usually work fulltime, part-time or did she not work for pay at all? (MOMWORKD)
 TOTAL%
1) Full-time373949.2
2) Part-time128116.9
3) Equal amounts full-time and part-time2413.2
4) Not at all (for pay)231130.4
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know190.3
Missing51
Total7592100.0
27) (Including yourself/Altogether), how many children did (she/your mother/your Biological mother) have who were born alive to her? (MOMCHILD)
 TOTAL%
0) No children1031.3
1) 1 child6088.0
2) 2 children186924.5
3) 3 children172922.6
4) 4 children119515.6
5) 5 children7079.3
6) 6 or More children142318.6
99) Don't know80.1
Missing1
Total7642100.0
28) How old was (she/your Biological mother) when she had her first child who was born alive? (MOMFSTCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years126716.8
2) 18-19 years146719.5
3) 20-24 years290238.5
4) 25-29 years114215.2
5) 30 or older4606.1
98) Refused30.0
99) Don't know2903.9
Missing112
Total7531100.0
29) Was she under 18, 18 to 19, 20 to 24, or 25 or older? (MOM18)
 TOTAL%
1) Under 185920.1
2) 18 to 195920.1
3) 20 to 249432.1
4) 25 or older3913.3
8) Refused10.3
9) Don't know4114.0
Missing7350
Total293100.0
30) Who, if anyone, do you think of as the man who mostly raised you when you were growing up? (MANRASDU)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological father109438.5
2) Stepfather52618.5
3) No father-figure present52718.5
4) Other69324.4
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing4799
Total2844100.0
31) Please look at Card 17. What is the highest level of education (he/your father) completed? (DADEGRE)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school177525.0
2) High school grad or GED216130.4
3) Some College130218.3
4) Bachelor's degree or higher165823.3
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know2143.0
Missing531
Total7112100.0
32) Whether R lives with both biological parents or not. (computed) (BOTHBIOL)
 TOTAL%
0) No685389.7
1) Yes79010.3
Total7643100.0
33) Whether R lived in intact family from bith to age 18. (computed) (INTACT18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes479962.8
5) No284437.2
Total7643100.0
34) Ether R lived on own before age 18. (computed) (ONOWN18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes182123.8
5) No582176.2
8) Refused10.0
Total7643100.0
35) Number of babies born alive to R (parity) (computed) (NUMBABS)
 TOTAL%
0) 0 Babies322942.2
1) 1 Baby151919.9
2) 2 Babies160321.0
3) 3 Babies82810.8
4) 4 Babies3094.0
5) 5 Babies951.2
6) 6 Babies290.4
7) 7 Babies150.2
8) 8 Babies80.1
9) 9 Babies20.0
10) 10 Babies30.0
16) 16 Babies10.0
22) 22 Babies10.0
97) Not ascertained10.0
Total7643100.0
36) Number of R's biological children she (or someone) placed for adoption (computed) (TOTPLACD)
 TOTAL%
0) None497598.8
1) 1 child440.9
2) 2 children80.2
3) 3 children50.1
4) 4 children10.0
Missing2610
Total5033100.0
37) Number of R's biological children she placed for adoption (based on BPA) (computed) (NPLACED)
 TOTAL%
0) None763399.9
1) 1 child100.1
Total7643100.0
38) Number of R's biological children that died shortly after birth (based on BDS) (computed) (NDIED)
 TOTAL%
0) None763699.9
1) 1 child60.1
4) 4 children10.0
Total7643100.0
39) Number of R's biological children living with adoptive families (based on WHERENOW) (computed) (NADOPTV)
 TOTAL%
0) None759599.4
1) 1 child340.4
2) 2 children80.1
3) 3 children50.1
4) 4 children10.0
Total7643100.0
40) Whether R has had any live births (computed) (HASBABES)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes441457.8
5) No322942.2
Total7643100.0
41) CM for R's most recent live birth (computed) (CMLASTLB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44141,170.34382.28
42) CM for R's first completed pregnancy (computed) (CMFSTPRG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49441,118.78427.94
43) CM for R's most recent completed pregnancy (computed) (CMLSTPRG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49441,208.00654.91
44) How old were you when you had your first menstrual period? (MENARCHE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total764312.915.88
45) Are you pregnant now? (PREGNOWQ)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3444.5
5) No728395.3
9) Don't know130.2
Missing3
Total7640100.0
46) Do you think you are probably pregnant or not? (MAYBPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Probably pregnant861.5
5) Probably not pregnant323.1
9) Refused215.4
Missing7630
Total13100.0
47) (Including this pregnancy,) how many times have you been pregnant in your life? (NUMPREGS)
 TOTAL%
0) 0260034.0
1) 1126716.6
2) 2143218.7
3) 3111014.5
4) 46118.0
5) 53054.0
6) 61502.0
7) 7801.0
8) 8400.5
9) 9210.3
10) 1090.1
11) 1130.0
12) 1220.0
14) 1420.0
19) 1910.0
98) Refused70.1
Missing3
Total7640100.0
48) Whether R has even been pregnant (computed) (EVERPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes503365.9
5) No261034.1
Total7643100.0
49) Whether R is currently pregnant (computed) (CURRPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3524.6
5) No729195.4
Total7643100.0
50) Number of Months Currently Pregnant (computed) (MOSCURRP)
 TOTAL%
0) 0 Months72.0
1) 1 Month308.5
2) 2 Months5716.2
3) 3 Months4111.6
4) 4 Months3710.5
5) 5 Months4613.1
6) 6 Months329.1
7) 7 Months4312.2
8) 8 Months339.4
9) 9 Months267.4
Missing7291
Total352100.0
51) (Not including the (number) child(ren) that you already told me about,) have you ever placed (a/another) child born to you for adoption? (GIVEADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes330.4
5) No760599.5
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3
Total7640100.0
52) (Not including the child(ren) that you already told me about,) how many (other) children have you placed for adoption? (NGIVENAD)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 child2987.9
2) 2 children26.1
3) 3 children26.1
Missing7610
Total33100.0
53) (Not counting the child(ren) born to you,) have any children lived with you under your care and responsibility? (OTHERKID)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes82911.9
5) No613888.1
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing674
Total6969100.0
54) How many children? (NOTHRKID)
 TOTAL%
1) 148658.6
2) 218822.7
3) 3748.9
4) 4313.7
5) 5151.8
6) 6151.8
7) 770.8
8) 850.6
10) 1020.2
12) 1210.1
14) 1410.1
17) 1710.1
98) Refused20.2
99) Don't know10.1
Missing6814
Total829100.0
55) R's experience with adoption (based on BJ series) (computed) (EVERADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, has adopted a child2012.9
3) No, but is currently trying to adopt specific child80.1
5) No, and not trying to adopt a specific child676097.0
Missing674
Total6969100.0
56) (Not counting children who have lived with you or children who live with you now,/At this time,) are you (currently) seeking to adopt a child? (SEEKADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1131.6
5) No685098.3
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know50.1
Missing674
Total6969100.0
57) (Not counting things you've done for any children you are currently in the process of adopting,) have you placed a newspaper ad or contacted an adoption agency, a lawyer, a doctor, or other source about adopting (another) child? (CONTAGEM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4136.3
5) No7263.7
Missing7530
Total113100.0
58) (Again, not counting things you've done for any children you have adopted or are currently in the process of adopting,) how long have you been seeking to adopt (a/another) child? (TRYLONG)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 1 year2151.2
2) 1-2 years1331.7
3) Or longer than 2 years717.1
Missing7602
Total41100.0
59) Are you seeking to adopt a child whom you know? (KNOWADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2421.2
5) No8978.8
Missing7530
Total113100.0
60) If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a boy or a girl? (CHOSESEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Boy2224.7
2) Girl3337.1
3) Indifferent3438.2
Missing7554
Total89100.0
61) Would you accept a girl? (TYPESEXR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1881.8
5) No418.2
Missing7621
Total22100.0
62) Would you accept a boy? (TYPESEXM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2781.8
5) No515.2
9) Don't know13.0
Missing7610
Total33100.0
63) If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a black child, a white child, or a child of some other race? (CHOSRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black1516.9
2) White1314.6
3) Some other race1213.5
4) Indifferent4853.9
9) Don't know11.1
Missing7554
Total89100.0
64) Would you accept a black child? (TYPRACBK)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1765.4
5) No726.9
9) Don't know27.7
Missing7617
Total26100.0
65) Would you accept a white child? (TYPRACWH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2175.0
5) No621.4
9) Don't know13.6
Missing7615
Total28100.0
66) Would you accept a child of some other race, neither black nor white? (TYPRACOT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2689.7
5) No310.3
Missing7614
Total29100.0
67) (If you could choose exactly the child you wanted), Would you prefer to adopt a child younger than 2 years, a child 2 to 5 years old, a child 6 to 12 years old, or a child 13 years old or older? (CHOSEAGE)
 TOTAL%
1) A child younger than 2 years4550.6
2) A child 2-5 years old2325.8
3) A child 6-12 years old910.1
4) A child 13 years old or older33.4
5) Indifferent910.1
Missing7554
Total89100.0
68) Would you accept a child younger than 2 years? (TYPAGE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2880.0
5) No720.0
Missing7608
Total35100.0
69) Would you accept a child 2 to 5 years old? (TYPAGE5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4273.7
5) No1424.6
9) Don't know11.8
Missing7586
Total57100.0
70) Would you accept a child 6 to 12 years old? (TYPAGE12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3042.3
5) No3853.5
9) Don't know34.2
Missing7572
Total71100.0
71) Would you accept a child 13 years old or older? (TYPAGE13)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1519.5
5) No6280.5
Missing7566
Total77100.0
72) (If you could choose exactly the child you wanted), Would you prefer to adopt a child with no disability, a child with a mild disability, or a child with a severe disability? (CHOSDISB)
 TOTAL%
1) A child with no disability4449.4
2) A child with a mild disability2325.8
3) A child with a severe disability11.1
4) Indifferent2123.6
Missing7554
Total89100.0
73) Would you accept a child with no disability? (TYPDISBN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes24100.0
Missing7619
Total24100.0
74) Would you accept a child with a mild disability? (TYPDISBM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3680.0
5) No817.8
9) Don't know12.2
Missing7598
Total45100.0
75) Would you accept a child with a severe disability? (TYPDISBS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes57.5
5) No6089.6
9) Don't know23.0
Missing7576
Total67100.0
76) (If you could choose exactly the child you wanted), Would you prefer to adopt a single child or 2 or more brothers and sisters at once? (CHOSENUM)
 TOTAL%
1) A single child5460.7
2) 2 or more brothers and sisters at once2224.7
3) Indifferent1314.6
Missing7554
Total89100.0
77) Would you accept a single child? (TYPNUM1M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes22100.0
Missing7621
Total22100.0
78) Would you accept 2 or more brothers and sisters at once? (TYPNUM2M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2444.4
5) No3055.6
Missing7589
Total54100.0
79) (Not counting any children you are currently in the process of adopting,) have you ever considered adopting (another) child? (EVWNTANO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes222732.5
5) No462667.5
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing787
Total6856100.0
80) (Not counting any children you are in the process of adopting,) did you ever contact an adoption agency, a lawyer, a doctor, or other source about adopting (a/another) child? (EVCONTAG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1998.9
5) No202891.1
Missing5416
Total2227100.0
81) Were you turned down for adoption, unable to find a child to adopt, or did you decide not to pursue adoption any further? (TURNDOWN)
 TOTAL%
1) Turned down105.0
2) Unable to find child73.5
3) Decided not to pursue17989.9
8) Refused10.5
9) Don't know21.0
Missing7444
Total199100.0
82) What were your reasons for deciding not to pursue adoption any further? Were they reasons having to do with the adoption process itself, reasons related to your own situation, or both? (YQUITTRY)
 TOTAL%
1) Adoption process only1910.6
2) Own situation only11162.0
3) Both4927.4
Missing7464
Total179100.0
83) Tell me which reasons related to adoption made you decide not to pursue adoption. Was it because the fees were too high, there were not enough kids available, or some other reason? (1st mention) (APRCESS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Fees were too high2333.8
2) There were not enough kids available34.4
3) Some other reason4261.8
Missing7575
Total68100.0
84) Tell me which reasons related to adoption made you decide not to pursue adoption. Was it because the fees were too high, there were not enough kids available, or some other reason? (2nd mention) (APRCESS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Fees were too high00.0
2) There were not enough kids available233.3
3) Some other reason466.7
Missing7637
Total6100.0
85) Tell me which reasons related to adoption made you decide not to pursue adoption. Was it because the fees were too high, there were not enough kids available, or some other reason? (3rd mention) (APRCESS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Fees were too high00.0
2) There were not enough kids available00.0
3) Some other reason1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
86) How old was (1st HUSBAND) when you got married? (HXAGEMAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total411826.769.07
87) Century Month for 1st Husband's Date of Birth (Computed) (CMHSBDOB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total41181,086.481,637.44
88) Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and (1st HUSBAND) live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes200248.6
5) No210651.1
8) Refused80.2
9) Don't know20.0
Missing3525
Total4118100.0
89) Century Month Date When R Began Living (premaritally) with 1st husband (Computed) (CMPMCOHX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total20021,233.821,102.22
90) At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or have definite plans to get married? (1st HUSBAND) (ENGAGHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes114857.3
5) No85142.5
9) Don't know30.1
Missing5641
Total2002100.0
91) (Is/Was) (1st HUSBAND) Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (HISPHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes86521.0
5) No324578.8
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know30.1
Missing3525
Total4118100.0
92) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st HUSBAND)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [1st MENTIONED] (RACEHX1)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native1924.7
2) Asian1403.4
3) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander190.5
4) Black or African-American66716.2
5) White307174.6
8) Refused70.2
9) Don't know220.5
Missing3525
Total4118100.0
93) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st HUSBAND)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [2nd MENTIONED] (RACEHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native912.9
2) Asian34.3
3) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander34.3
4) Black or African-American811.4
5) White4767.1
Missing7573
Total70100.0
94) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st HUSBAND)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [3rd MENTIONED] (RACEHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native233.3
4) Black or African-American116.7
5) White350.0
Missing7637
Total6100.0
95) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st HUSBAND)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [4th MENTIONED] (RACEHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
96) Which of these groups, that is (RACES REPORTED FOR 1st HUSBAND), would you say best describes his racial background? (BSTRACHX)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native912.9
2) Asian57.1
3) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander11.4
4) Black or African-American1622.9
5) White3651.4
8) Refused11.4
9) Don't know22.9
Missing7573
Total70100.0
97) Please look at Card 11. What is the highest level of education (1st HUSBAND IF CURRENT OR SEPARATED) has completed? (CHEDMARN)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school39113.9
2) High school graduate or GED76727.4
3) Some college but no degree54219.3
4) 2-year college degree (e.g., Associate's Degree)2739.7
5) 4-Year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)53419.1
6) Graduate or professional school29110.4
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know30.1
Missing4840
Total2803100.0
98) At the time you and he were married, had (1st HUSBAND) been married before? (MARBEFHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes61514.9
5) No349084.7
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know90.2
Missing3525
Total4118100.0
99) When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? (1st HUSBAND) (KIDSHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes68016.5
5) No342483.1
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know90.2
Missing3525
Total4118100.0
100) How many children did he have? (1st HUSBAND) (NUMKDSHX)
 TOTAL%
1) 137555.1
2) 217325.4
3) 37811.5
4) 4263.8
5) 5142.1
6) 630.4
7) 740.6
8) 830.4
9) 920.3
10) 1010.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing6963
Total680100.0
101) Did (this child/any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and (1st HUSBAND)? (KIDLIVHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes20830.6
5) No47269.4
Missing6963
Total680100.0
102) Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND) (CHKID18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes13769.2
5) No6030.3
9) Don't know10.5
Missing7445
Total198100.0
103) How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FROM CB-14 NUMKDSHX] children are aged 18 years or younger now? (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND) (CHKID18B)
 TOTAL%
0) None6840.5
1) 1 child2716.1
2) 2 children5432.1
3) 3 children95.4
4) 4 children74.2
5) 5 children21.2
8) Refused10.6
Missing7475
Total168100.0
104) Where does (this child (aged 18 or younger) / these (NUMBER FROM CB-16b CHKID18B) children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND), with his or her mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [1ST MENTIONED] (WHRCKDS1)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household3715.6
2) With their mother15967.1
3) With grandparents or other relatives187.6
4) Somewhere else218.9
9) Don't know20.8
Missing7406
Total237100.0
105) Where does (this child (aged 18 or younger) / these (NUMBER FROM CB-16b CHKID18B) children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND), with his or her mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [2nd MENTIONED] (WHRCKDS2)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household214.3
2) With their mother750.0
3) With grandparents or other relatives214.3
4) Somewhere else321.4
Missing7629
Total14100.0
106) Where does (this child (aged 18 or younger) / these (NUMBER FROM CB-16b CHKID18B) children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND), with his or her mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [3rd MENTIONED] (WHRCKDS3)
 TOTAL%
4) Somewhere else1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
107) Does (1st HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND) regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child/these children) aged 18 or under? (SUPPORCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16780.7
5) No3818.4
9) Don't know21.0
Missing7436
Total207100.0
108) Century Month for Date When 1st Husband Died (Computed) (CMHSBDIE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total441,326.321,340.21
109) Century Month for Date of Divorce or Annulment From 1st Husband (Computed) (CMDIVORC)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10041,317.801,302.29
110) Century Month for Date R Stopped Living with 1st Husband (Computed) (CMSTPHSB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10161,282.131,238.20
111) Century Month for Date of Marriage to Current Husband (Computed) (CMMARCH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total30801,153.04428.66
112) Century Month for Current Husband's Date of Birth (Computed) (CMDOBCH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3080849.17727.54
113) Number of former husbands (Computed) (PREVHUSB)
 TOTAL%
0) None340972.5
1) 1 Former husband106822.7
2) 2 Former husbands1864.0
3) 3 Former husbands300.6
4) 4 Former husbands40.1
5) 5 Former husbands20.0
Missing2944
Total4699100.0
114) Century Month for date when R began cohabiting w/current partner (Computed) (CMSTRTCP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7641,292.23952.45
115) How old were you when you began living with (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER)? (CPHERAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6031.9023.47
116) How old was (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) when you began living together? (CPHISAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76429.3111.46
117) Century Month For Current Cohabiting Partner's Date Of Birth (CMDOBCP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total764974.741,097.14
118) At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or have definite plans to get married? (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) (CPENGAG1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes25233.0
5) No50966.6
8) Refused20.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6879
Total764100.0
119) Please look at Card 21. What is the chance that you and [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] will marry each other? (WILLMARR)
 TOTAL%
1) No chance577.5
2) A little chance7910.3
3) 50-50 chance12816.8
4) A pretty good chance17623.0
5) An almost certain chance31841.6
8) Refused30.4
9) Don't know30.4
Missing6879
Total764100.0
120) Is (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (CPHISP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes21428.0
5) No54971.9
8) Refused10.1
Missing6879
Total764100.0
121) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [1st MENTIONED] (CPRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native567.3
2) Asian152.0
3) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander50.7
4) Black or African-American17522.9
5) White51066.8
8) Refused20.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6879
Total764100.0
122) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [2nd MENTIONED] (CPRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native210.0
4) Black or African-American315.0
5) White1575.0
Missing7623
Total20100.0
123) Which of these groups, that is (RACES REPORTED FOR CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER), would you say best describes (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER)'s racial background? (CPBESTR)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native525.0
2) Asian210.0
4) Black or African-American525.0
5) White840.0
Missing7623
Total20100.0
124) Please look at Card 11. What is the highest level of education (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) has completed? (CPEDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school17122.4
2) High School or graduate or GED27335.7
3) Some college but no degree14719.2
4) 2-Year college degree (e.g., Associate's Degree)506.5
5) 4-Year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)8511.1
6) Graduate of Professional School293.8
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know81.0
Missing6879
Total764100.0
125) Has (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) ever been married? (CPMARBEF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes24031.4
5) No52268.3
8) Refused20.3
Missing6879
Total764100.0
126) When you and (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) first began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? (CPKIDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes26734.9
5) No48964.0
8) Refused40.5
9) Don't know40.5
Missing6879
Total764100.0
127) How many children did he have? (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) (CPNUMKDS)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 child12245.7
2) 2 children7528.1
3) 3 children3212.0
4) 4 children217.9
5) 5 children72.6
6) 6 children41.5
7) 7 children00.0
8) 8 children20.7
9) 9 children10.4
13) 13 children10.4
21) 21 children10.4
99) Don't know10.4
Missing7376
Total267100.0
128) Did (this child/any of his children) ever live with you and (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER)? (CPKIDLIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6022.5
5) No20777.5
Missing7376
Total267100.0
129) Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) (CPKID18A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9981.1
5) No2218.0
9) Don't know10.8
Missing7521
Total122100.0
130) How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FROM CC-14 CPNUMKDS] children, are aged 18 years or younger now? (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) (CPKID18B)
 TOTAL%
0) None2618.1
1) 1 child2215.3
2) 2 children6545.1
3) 3 children1812.5
4) 4 children74.9
5) 5 children32.1
6) 6 children21.4
98) Refused10.7
Missing7499
Total144100.0
131) Where does (this child (aged 18 or younger) / these (NUMBER FROM CC-16b CPKID18B) children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER), with his or her mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [1st MENTIONED] (WHRCKDSA)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household3013.9
2) With their mother15973.6
3) With grandparents or other relatives146.5
4) Somewhere else125.6
9) Don't know10.5
Missing7427
Total216100.0
132) Where does (this child (aged 18 or younger) / these (NUMBER FROM CC-16b CPKID18B) children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER), with his or her mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [2nd MENTIONED] (WHRCKDSB)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household28.0
2) With their mother728.0
3) With grandparents or other relatives1248.0
4) Somewhere else416.0
Missing7618
Total25100.0
133) Does (CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER) regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child/these children)? (SUPPORCP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16684.3
5) No2914.7
8) Refused10.5
9) Don't know10.5
Missing7446
Total197100.0
134) Century Month for date R began living with current husband or cohab partner (Computed) (CMSTRTHP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37241,147.85391.24
135) Century Month for R's current husband or cohabiting partner's Date of Birth (Computed) (CMDOBHP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total646903.20726.75
136) Whether R has ever lived with a nonmarital partner (Computed) (EVRCOHAB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes390651.1
5) No373748.9
Total7643100.0
137) (Not counting anyone we've already talked about/Besides (CHPNAME AND (fill in all husbands named in HUSBNAMEX)),) have you ever lived together with (any other/a) man? (LIVEOTH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes168722.1
5) No594977.8
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total7643100.0
138) Number of former cohabiting partners (Computed) (PREVCOHB)
 TOTAL%
0) None596278.0
1) 1 former cohabiting partner117615.4
2) 2 former cohabiting partners3604.7
3) 3 former cohabiting partners1041.4
4) 4 former cohabiting partners210.3
5) 5 former cohabiting partners80.1
6) 6 former cohabiting partners80.1
7) 7 former cohabiting partners20.0
8) 8 former cohabiting partners10.0
13) 13 former cohabiting partners10.0
Total7643100.0
139) Century Month for Start Date of Cohabitation with R's 1st Former Partner (computed) (CMCOHSTX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total16811,238.761,057.47
140) How old were you when you began living with (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER)? (HERAGECX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total48122.5011.55
141) How old was he when you began living together? (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER) (HISAGECX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total168126.1611.52
142) Century Month for 1st former cohabiting partner's Date of Birth (Computed) (CMDOBCX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total16812,107.683,191.54
143) At the time you began living together in (M/Y corresponding to CMCOHSTX), were you and he engaged to be married or have definite plans to get married? (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER) (ENGAG1CX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes48829.0
5) No118970.7
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know30.2
Missing5962
Total1681100.0
144) Was (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER) Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (HISPCX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes32519.3
5) No135380.5
9) Don't know30.2
Missing5962
Total1681100.0
145) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [1st MENTIONED] (RACECX1)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native1005.9
2) Asian221.3
3) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander90.5
4) Black or African-American52131.0
5) White101860.6
9) Don't know110.7
Missing5962
Total1681100.0
146) Which of the groups on Card 2 describes (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER)'s racial background? Please select one or more groups. [2nd MENTIONED] (RACECX2)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native38.8
2) Asian12.9
3) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander12.9
4) Black or African-American617.6
5) White2367.6
Missing7609
Total34100.0
147) Which of these groups, that is (RACES REPORTED FOR 1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER), would you say best describes his racial background? (BSTRACCX)
 TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native38.8
4) Black or African-American1235.3
5) White1955.9
Missing7609
Total34100.0
148) When you began living together in (M/Y corresponding to CMCOHSTX), had (1ST FORMER COHAB PARTNER) ever been married? (MAREVCX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes33219.8
5) No133879.6
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know100.6
Missing5962
Total1681100.0
149) When you and he began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? (1st FORMER COHAB PARTNER) (CXKIDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes53731.9
5) No113267.3
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know110.7
Missing5962
Total1681100.0
150) Century Month for Date when R stopped cohabiting with 1st former cohab partner (CMSTPCOH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total16811,337.081,301.84
151) Whether R Has Ever Had Sex (Heterosexual Vaginal Intercourse) (Computed) (RHADSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes678588.8
5) No85811.2
Total7643100.0
152) As you know, some people have had sexual intercourse by your age and others have not. Please look at Card 22 which lists some reasons that people give for not having sexual intercourse. What would you say is the most important reason why you have not had sexual intercourse up to now? (YNOSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Against religion or morals34740.4
2) Don't want to get pregnant12514.6
3) Don't want to get sexually transmitted disease596.9
4) Haven't found right person yet17620.5
5) In a relationship but waiting for the right time485.6
6) Other9911.5
8) Refused30.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6785
Total858100.0
153) Were you less than 18 years old or were you 18 years or older? (C_SEX18)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years3152.5
2) 18 years or older1322.0
8) Refused1118.6
9) Don't know46.8
Missing7584
Total59100.0
154) Were you less than 15 years old or were you 15 or older? (C_SEX15)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 15 years1548.4
2) 15 years or older1445.2
9) Don't know26.5
Missing7612
Total31100.0
155) Were you less than 20 years old or were you 20 or older? (C_SEX20)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 20 years725.0
2) 20 years or older517.9
8) Refused1346.4
9) Don't know310.7
Missing7615
Total28100.0
156) What grade or year of school were you in that first time you had intercourse with a male? (GRFSTSX)
 TOTAL%
1) 1st grade50.1
2) 2nd grade50.1
3) 3rd grade150.4
4) 4th grade110.3
5) 5th grade210.5
6) 6th grade791.9
7) 7th grade2064.9
8) 8th grade3859.2
9) 9th grade81119.4
10) 10th grade99924.0
11) 11th grade88521.2
12) 12th grade42910.3
13) 1st year college471.1
14) 2nd year college40.1
15) 3rd year college10.0
16) 4th year college10.0
96) Not in School2255.4
98) Refused230.6
99) Don't know190.5
Missing3472
Total4171100.0
157) Have you had sexual intercourse more than once? (SXMTONCE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes123494.1
5) No755.7
8) Refused30.2
Missing6331
Total1312100.0
158) The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. (Before you were 18 years old,) which, if any, of the topics shown on Card 23 (did you ever talk/have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [1st MENTIONED] (TALKPAR1)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex59651.8
2) Methodss of birth control13411.7
3) Where to get birth control151.3
4) Sexually transmitted diseases544.7
5) How to use a condom100.9
6) None of the above34129.7
Missing6493
Total1150100.0
159) The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. (Before you were 18 years old,) which, if any, of the topics shown on Card 23 (did you ever talk/have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [2nd MENTIONED] (TALKPAR2)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex253.7
2) Methodss of birth control41061.0
3) Where to get birth control8813.1
4) Sexually transmitted diseases13019.3
5) How to use a condom192.8
Missing6971
Total672100.0
160) The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. (Before you were 18 years old,) which, if any, of the topics shown on Card 23 (did you ever talk/have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [3rd MENTIONED] (TALKPAR3)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex152.9
2) Methodss of birth control285.4
3) Where to get birth control31360.7
4) Sexually transmitted diseases12323.8
5) How to use a condom377.2
Missing7127
Total516100.0
161) The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. (Before you were 18 years old,) which, if any, of the topics shown on Card 23 (did you ever talk/have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [4th MENTIONED]\V (TALKPAR4)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex82.3
2) Methodss of birth control51.4
3) Where to get birth control102.8
4) Sexually transmitted diseases28881.6
5) How to use a condom4211.9
Missing7290
Total353100.0
162) The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. (Before you were 18 years old,) which, if any, of the topics shown on Card 23 (did you ever talk/have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [5th MENTIONED] (TALKPAR5)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex62.5
2) Methodss of birth control31.3
3) Where to get birth control41.7
4) Sexually transmitted diseases20.8
5) How to use a condom22193.6
Missing7407
Total236100.0
163) Now I'm interested in knowing about formal sex education you may have had. (Before you were 18, did you ever have/ Have you ever had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about how to say no to sex? (SEDNO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes98285.4
5) No16814.6
Missing6493
Total1150100.0
164) What grade were you in when you first received instruction on how to say no to sex? (SEDNOG)
 TOTAL%
2) 2nd grade20.2
3) 3rd grade70.7
4) 4th grade313.2
5) 5th grade17317.6
6) 6th grade21922.3
7) 7th grade19620.0
8) 8th grade15515.8
9) 9th grade13714.0
10) 10th grade414.2
11) 11th grade151.5
12) 12th grade40.4
96) Not in school at the time of instruction20.2
Missing6661
Total982100.0
165) Did you receive instruction about how to say no to sex before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDNOSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before2877.8
2) After822.2
Missing7607
Total36100.0
166) (Before you were 18, did you ever have/ Have you ever had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about methods of birth control? (SEDBC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes80870.3
5) No34229.7
Missing6493
Total1150100.0
167) What grade were you in when you first received instruction on methods of birth control?\V (SEDBCG)
 TOTAL%
2) 2nd grade10.1
3) 3rd grade20.2
4) 4th grade101.2
5) 5th grade617.5
6) 6th grade10613.1
7) 7th grade14017.3
8) 8th grade14818.3
9) 9th grade21226.2
10) 10th grade8810.9
11) 11th grade283.5
12) 12th grade50.6
96) Not in school at the time of instruction60.7
99) Don't know10.1
Missing6835
Total808100.0
168) Did you receive instruction about methods of birth control before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDBCSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before3661.0
2) After2339.0
Missing7584
Total59100.0
169) (Did you ever take/Have you ever taken) a public or written pledge to remain a virgin until marriage? (PLEDGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes14913.0
5) No99986.9
9) Don't know20.2
Missing6493
Total1150100.0
170) How old was (FIRST PARTNER) when you had sexual intercourse with him that first time? (FPAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total658222.3013.56
171) Was he older than you, younger than you, or the same age? (FIRST PARTNER) (FPRELAGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Older12370.7
2) Younger52.9
3) Same age1910.9
8) Refused169.2
9) Don't know116.3
Missing7469
Total174100.0
172) By how many years? (FIRST PARTNER) (FPRELYRS)
 TOTAL%
1) 1-2 years2620.3
2) 3-5 years4031.3
3) 6-10 years2318.0
4) More than 10 years2116.4
8) Refused53.9
9) Don't know1310.2
Missing7515
Total128100.0
173) Please look at Card 24. At the time you first had sexual intercourse with (FIRST PARTNER), how would you describe your relationship with him? (KNOWFP)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him5808.5
2) Engaged to him3204.7
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged1862.7
4) Going with him or going steady411560.6
5) Going out with him once in awhile5047.4
6) Just friends6539.6
7) Had just met him1512.2
8) Something else2513.7
98) Refused210.3
99) Don't know40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
174) Do you consider him to be a current sexual partner? (FIRST PARTNER) (STILFPSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes29910.1
5) No265889.6
8) Refused70.2
9) Don't know20.1
Missing4677
Total2966100.0
175) Century Month for Date of Last Sex With 1st Sexual Partner (computed) (CMLSEXFP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851,775.422,321.14
176) Century Month for Date of Last or Only Sex With 1st Sexual Partner (Computed) (CMFPLAST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851,402.251,565.81
177) Which came first, your first sexual intercourse or your first menstrual period? (WHICH1ST)
 TOTAL%
1) Sexual Intercourse5718.5
2) Menstrual Period24679.9
8) Refused10.3
9) Don't know41.3
Missing7335
Total308100.0
178) Since your first menstrual period, have you had sexual intercourse? (SEXAFMEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2583.3
5) No516.7
Missing7613
Total30100.0
179) Were you less than 18 years old or were you 18 years or older? (AFMEN18)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years266.7
2) 18 years or older133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
180) Were you less than 15 years old or were you 15 or older? (AFMEN15)
 TOTAL%
2) 15 years or older150.0
9) Don't know150.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
181) Were you less than 20 years old or were you 20 or older? (AFMEN20)
 TOTAL%
2) 20 years or older1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
182) Number of partners in Last 12 Months (Computed) (PARTS12)
 TOTAL%
0) None5708.4
1) 1 Partner533078.6
2) 2 partners5287.8
3) 3 partners1902.8
4) 4 partners761.1
5) 5 partners380.6
6) 6 partners110.2
7) 7 partners70.1
8) 8 partners30.0
9) 9 partners20.0
10) 10 partners50.1
11) 11 partners10.0
14) 14 partners10.0
16) 16 partners10.0
20) 20 partners10.0
98) Refused180.3
99) Don't know30.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
183) Including your (former) husband, how many male sexual partners did you have before you got married (the first time)? (PTSB4MAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total41265.2112.97
184) You mentioned that you have had one sexual partner since (M/Y of 1 YR before INTERVIEW DATE). Is that (CURRENT HUSBAND/PARTNER)? (WHOSNC1Y)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes245099.5
5) No110.4
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing5180
Total2463100.0
185) Century Month of last sexual intercourse in last 12 months? (CMLST12)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total60291,233.34112.95
186) Century Month for date when last had sex with a male partner-if before last 12 months (Computed) (CMDATLST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5101,750.922,172.06
187) Who was this last sexual partner? (WHOLAST)
 TOTAL%
1) A former husband7214.1
2) A former cohabiting partner7514.7
3) Your first sexual partner7915.5
4) Some other man27052.9
8) Refused132.5
9) Don't know10.2
Missing7133
Total510100.0
188) Number of male sexual partners in lifetime (Computed) (LIFEPRTS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76438.1754.90
189) Century Month when last had sex with a male partner - defined for all R's (Computed) (CMLASTSX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851,325.08935.85
190) Number of current male sexual partners-including curr H/P (Computed) (CURRPRTT)
 TOTAL%
0) None269635.3
1) 1 Partner478562.6
2) 2 partners1301.7
3) 3 partners260.3
4) 4 partners50.1
13) 13 partners10.0
Total7643100.0
191) Number of current nonmarital, noncoresidential male sexual partners (Computed) (CURRPRTS)
 TOTAL%
0) None588176.9
1) 1 Partner165021.6
2) 2 partners861.1
3) 3 partners200.3
4) 4 partners50.1
13) 13 partners10.0
Total7643100.0
192) Respondent ever had sterilizing operation regardless of reversal (COMPUTED) (ANYFSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes132117.3
5) No632282.7
Total7643100.0
193) Respondent had sterilizing operation in last 12 months (COMPUTED) (FSTROP12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1572.1
5) No748697.9
Total7643100.0
194) R's current H/P ever had sterilizing operation regardless of reversal (COMPUTED) (ANYMSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3589.6
5) No338090.4
Missing3905
Total3738100.0
195) Looking at Card 25, please tell me where this operation was performed. (TUBAL LIGATION) (PLCFEMOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office81.6
2) HMO facility91.8
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic112.2
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic30.6
6) School or school-based clinic20.4
7) Hospital outpatient clinic13727.1
8) Hospital emergency room234.5
9) Hospital regular room30860.9
20) Some other place51.0
Missing7137
Total506100.0
196) When you had your tubal ligation, did you stay overnight in the hospital? (INPATIEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes28059.8
5) No18840.2
Missing7175
Total468100.0
197) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (1st MENTION FOR TUBAL LIGATION) (PAYSTER1)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance28656.5
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment163.2
3) Medicaid18937.4
4) No payment required91.8
5) Some other way61.2
Missing7137
Total506100.0
198) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (2nd MENTION FOR TUBAL LIGATION) (PAYSTER2)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance53.7
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment12088.2
3) Medicaid96.6
4) No payment required10.7
5) Some other way10.7
Missing7507
Total136100.0
199) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (3rd MENTION FOR TUBAL LIGATION) (PAYSTER3)
 TOTAL%
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment133.3
3) Medicaid133.3
5) Some other way133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
200) At the time you had your tubal ligation, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes45489.7
5) No5210.3
Missing7137
Total506100.0
201) And what about your (husband/partner/husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your tubal ligation, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes38576.1
5) No8717.2
6) R volunteered she was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had this operation214.2
9) Don't know132.6
Missing7137
Total506100.0
202) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal ligation? (1st MENTION) (MEDREA1)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs499.7
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health5410.7
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy112.2
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child51.0
5) Some other medical reason224.3
6) No medical reason for operation36572.1
Missing7137
Total506100.0
203) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal ligation? (2nd MENTION) (MEDREA2)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs26.1
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health1648.5
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy824.2
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child39.1
5) Some other medical reason412.1
6) No medical reason for operation00.0
Missing7610
Total33100.0
204) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal ligation? (3rd MENTION) (MEDREA3)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs00.0
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health00.0
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy763.6
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child327.3
5) Some other medical reason19.1
6) No medical reason for operation00.0
Missing7632
Total11100.0
205) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal ligation? (4th MENTION) (MEDREA4)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs00.0
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health00.0
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy00.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child133.3
5) Some other medical reason266.7
6) No medical reason for operation00.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
206) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal ligation? (5th MENTION) (MEDREA5)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs00.0
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health00.0
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy00.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child00.0
5) Some other medical reason1100.0
6) No medical reason for operation00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
207) At the time you had your tubal ligation, had you (or your (husband/partner/husband or partner)) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes7715.2
5) No39978.9
6) No, not using any method at the time305.9
Missing7137
Total506100.0
208) Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or your partner was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (TUBAL LIGATION) (BCWHYF)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem2836.4
2) Some other reason4558.4
3) Both45.2
Missing7566
Total77100.0
209) You mentioned that the reasons for your tubal ligation were that... (REASONS REPORTED BY RESPONDENT IN DB-4 FMEDREAS1-6). Which one of these was the main reason that you had your tubal ligation? (MINCDNNR)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted26763.9
2) Your husband or partner had all the children he wanted204.8
3) Medical reasons8119.4
4) Problems with other methods of birth control112.6
5) Some other reason348.1
8) Refused10.2
9) Don't know41.0
Missing7225
Total418100.0
210) Looking at Card 25, please tell me where this operation was performed. (HYSTERECTOMY) (PLCFEMP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office10.6
2) HMO facility31.9
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic21.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic63.8
8) Hospital emergency room74.5
9) Hospital regular room13887.9
Missing7486
Total157100.0
211) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (1st MENTION FOR HYSTERECTOMY) (PAYSTER6)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance12378.3
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment106.4
3) Medicaid2012.7
4) No payment required21.3
5) Some other way21.3
Missing7486
Total157100.0
212) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (2nd MENTION FOR HYSTERECTOMY) (PAYSTER7)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance23.1
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment6295.4
4) No payment required11.5
Missing7578
Total65100.0
213) At the time you had your hysterectomy, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes10768.2
5) No4830.6
9) Don't know21.3
Missing7486
Total157100.0
214) And what about your (husband/partner/husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your hysterectomy, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9661.1
5) No3824.2
6) R volunteered she was not in a relationship with a man at time she had this operation2012.7
9) Don't know31.9
Missing7486
Total157100.0
215) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? (1st MENTION) (MEDREA7)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs13686.6
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health53.2
5) Some other medical reason159.6
6) No medical reason for operation10.6
Missing7486
Total157100.0
216) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? (2st MENTION) (MEDREA8)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health1142.3
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy623.1
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child13.8
5) Some other medical reason830.8
Missing7617
Total26100.0
217) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? (3rd MENTION) (MEDREA9)
 TOTAL%
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy450.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child225.0
5) Some other medical reason225.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
218) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? (4th MENTION) (MEDREA10)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child266.7
5) Some other medical reason133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
219) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? (5th MENTION) (MEDREA11)
 TOTAL%
5) Some other medical reason1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
220) At the time you had your hysterectomy, had you (or your (husband/partner/husband or partner)) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes42.5
5) No13082.8
6) No, not using any method at the time2314.6
Missing7486
Total157100.0
221) Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or your partner was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (HYSTERECTOMY) (BCWHYF2)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem375.0
2) Some other reason125.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
222) You mentioned that the reasons for your hysterectomy were that... (REASONS REPORTED BY RESPONDENT IN DB-4 FMEDREAS7-12). Which one of these was the main reason that you had your hysterectomy? (MNCDNNR2)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted1310.0
3) Medical reasons11588.5
5) Some other reason21.5
Missing7513
Total130100.0
223) Looking at Card 25, please tell me where this operation was performed. (OVARY REMOVAL) (PLCFMOP3)
 TOTAL%
2) HMO facility11.7
3) Community Health Clinic, Community Clinic, or Public Health Clinic23.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic35.0
8) Hospital emergency room35.0
9) Hospital regular room5185.0
Missing7583
Total60100.0
224) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (1st MENTION FOR OVARY REMOVAL) (PYSTER11)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance4778.3
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket Payment46.7
3) Mediciad813.3
4) No payment required11.7
Missing7583
Total60100.0
225) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (2nd MENTION FOR OVARY REMOVAL) (PYSTER12)
 TOTAL%
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket Payment2492.3
4) No payment required13.8
5) Some other way13.8
Missing7617
Total26100.0
226) At the time you had your ovary removal, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3558.3
5) No2440.0
9) Don't know11.7
Missing7583
Total60100.0
227) And what about your (husband/partner/husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your ovary removal, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3355.0
5) No1931.7
6) R volunteered she was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had operation711.7
9) Don't know11.7
Missing7583
Total60100.0
228) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your ovary removal? (1st MENTION) (MEDREA13)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs5490.0
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health35.0
5) Some other medical reason35.0
Missing7583
Total60100.0
229) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your ovary removal? (2nd MENTION) (MEDREA14)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health436.4
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy327.3
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child19.1
5) Some other medical reason327.3
Missing7632
Total11100.0
230) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your ovary removal? (3rd MENTION) (MEDREA15)
 TOTAL%
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy240.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child240.0
5) Some other medical reason120.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
231) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your ovary removal? (4th MENTION) (MEDREA16)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
232) At the time you had your ovary removal, had you (or your (husband/partner/husband or partner)) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes23.3
5) No4981.7
6) No, not using any method at the time915.0
Missing7583
Total60100.0
233) Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or your partner was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (OVARY REMOVAL) (BCWHYF3)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem2100.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
234) You mentioned that the reasons for your ovary removal were that... (REASONS REPORTED BY RESPONDENT IN DB-4 FMEDREAS13-18). Which one of these was the main reason that you had your ovary (MNCDNNR3)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted24.4
3) Medical reasons4395.6
Missing7598
Total45100.0
235) Looking at Card 25, please tell me where this operation was performed. (OTHER FEMALE OPERATION) (PLCFMOP4)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office13.2
2) HMO facility13.2
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic13.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic722.6
8) Hospital emergency room26.5
9) Hospital regular room1858.1
10) Urgent care center, Urgi-Care, or walk-in facility13.2
Missing7612
Total31100.0
236) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (1st MENTION FOR OTHER FEMALE OPERATION) (PYSTER16)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance1651.6
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket Payment26.5
3) Medicaid1238.7
5) Some other way13.2
Missing7612
Total31100.0
237) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid. (2nd MENTION FOR OTHER FEMALE OPERATION) (PYSTER17)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance111.1
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket Payment777.8
3) Medicaid111.1
Missing7634
Total9100.0
238) At the time you had your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2477.4
5) No722.6
Missing7612
Total31100.0
239) And what about your (husband/partner/husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2271.0
5) No39.7
6) R volunteered she was not in a relationship with a man at time she had this operation619.4
Missing7612
Total31100.0
240) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (1st MENTION) (FMDRES19)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs722.6
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health516.1
5) Some other medical reason516.1
6) No medical reason for operation1341.9
8) Refused13.2
Missing7612
Total31100.0
241) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (2nd MENTION) (FMDRES20)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health125.0
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy125.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child250.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
242) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (3rd MENTION) (FMDRES21)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child150.0
5) Some other medical reason150.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
243) Please look at Card 26. Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (4th MENTION) (FMDRES22)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
244) At the time you had your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had you or your (husband/partner/husband or partner) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes619.4
5) No2167.7
6) No, not using any method at this time412.9
Missing7612
Total31100.0
245) Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or your partner was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (OTHER FEMALE OPERATION) (BCWHYF4)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem350.0
2) Some other reason350.0
Missing7637
Total6100.0
246) You mentioned that the reasons for your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby were that... (REASONS REPORTED BY RESPONDENT IN DB-4 FMEDREAS19-24). Which one of these was the main reason that you had your operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (MNCDNNR4)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted1350.0
3) Medical reasons1350.0
Missing7617
Total26100.0
247) Date (century month) for Respondent's Tubal Ligation/Sterilization (COMPUTED) (CMTUBLIG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11731,163.87452.70
248) Date (century month) for Respondent's Hysterectomy (COMPUTED) (CMHYST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2821,219.78746.04
249) Date (century month) For Respondent's Ovary Removal (COMPUTED) (CMOVAREM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1181,223.54817.52
250) Date (century month) For Respondent's Other Sterilizing Operation (COMPUTED) (CMOTSURG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total651,266.801,103.44
251) Date (century month) For Respondent's 1st (or only) Sterilizing Operation (COMPUTED) (COMPER1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13171,141.6768.83
252) Place where R had her first (or only) sterilization operation (if >= Jan 97) (COMPUTED) (PLCOPER1)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office91.6
2) HMO facility101.7
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic101.7
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic40.7
6) School or school-based clinic20.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic14224.5
8) Hospital emergency room254.3
9) Hospital regular room37264.1
10) Urgent care center, Urgi-Center, or walk-in facility10.2
20) Some other place50.9
Missing7063
Total580100.0
253) Date (century month) for Respondent's Current Husband/Partner's Sterilizing Operation (COMPUTED) (CMALEOPE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3581,596.481,937.23
254) You may have already told me this, but were you in a relationship with him at the time he had his (vasectomy/ sterilizing operation)? (WITHIMOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes685.7
5) No114.3
Missing7636
Total7100.0
255) Looking at Card 25, please tell me where this operation was performed. (PLACOPMN)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office13665.7
2) HMO facility83.9
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic21.0
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic41.9
7) Hospital outpatient clinic3717.9
8) Hospital emergency room31.4
9) Hospital regular room31.4
10) Urgent care center, Urgi-Center, or walk-in facility10.5
20) Some other place21.0
99) Don't know115.3
Missing7436
Total207100.0
256) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER)'s operation was paid. (1st MENTION) (PYMSTER1)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance15172.9
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment3315.9
3) Medicaid52.4
4) No payment required31.4
5) Some other way41.9
9) Don't know115.3
Missing7436
Total207100.0
257) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER)'s operation was paid. (2ND MENTION) (PYMSTER2)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance77.1
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment9090.9
3) Medicaid11.0
4) No payment required11.0
Missing7544
Total99100.0
258) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER)'s operation was paid. (3rd MENTION) (PYMSTER3)
 TOTAL%
4) No payment required1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
259) At the time (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) had his (vasectomy/sterilizing operation), had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALLM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17986.5
5) No2512.1
9) Don't know31.4
Missing7436
Total207100.0
260) And what about him? At the time he had his (vasectomy/sterilizing operation), had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALLM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes19594.2
5) No115.3
9) Don't know10.5
Missing7436
Total207100.0
261) Please look at Card 27. Did he have any of these medical reasons for having his (vasectomy/sterilizing operation)? (1st MENTION) (MEDREAS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health199.2
2) You would probably lose a pregnancy31.4
3) You would probably have an unhealthy child21.0
4) He had health problem that required the operation10.5
5) Some other medical reason62.9
6) No medical reason for operation17584.5
9) Don't know10.5
Missing7436
Total207100.0
262) Please look at Card 27. Did he have any of these medical reasons for having his (vasectomy/sterilizing operation)? (2nd MENTION) (MEDREAS2)
 TOTAL%
2) You would probably lose a pregnancy375.0
6) No medical reason for operation125.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
263) At the time he had his vasectomy, had you or (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREASM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3416.4
5) No15976.8
6) No, not using any method at the time104.8
8) Refused10.5
9) Don't know31.4
Missing7436
Total207100.0
264) Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (BCWHYM)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem1338.2
2) Some other reason2161.8
Missing7609
Total34100.0
265) You mentioned that the reasons that (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) had (vasectomy/sterilizing operation) were that... (REASONS REPORTED BY RESPONDENT IN DB-12 MEDREAS1-6). Which one of these was the main reason that he had (vasectomy/sterilizing operation)? (MNCHDNMN)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted8144.5
2) You husband or partner had all the children he wanted6435.2
3) Medical reasons116.0
4) Problems with other methods of birth control10.5
5) Some other reason not mentioned above2312.6
9) Don't know21.1
Missing7461
Total182100.0
266) (Have you ever had surgery to reverse your tubal sterilization? / Earlier you mentioned that you had your tubal sterilization reversed. Is this correct?) (REVSTUBL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes80.7
5) No116599.3
Missing6470
Total1173100.0
267) Date (century month) of Respondent's Reversal of Tubal Sterilization (COMPUTED) (CMLIGREV)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81,139.2580.80
268) (Has (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) ever had surgery to reverse his vasectomy? / Earlier you mentioned that (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) has had his vasectomy reversed. Is this correct?) (REVSVASX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes82.2
5) No34897.8
Missing7287
Total356100.0
269) Date (century month) For Respondent's Current Husband/Partner's vasectomy Reversal (COMPUTED) (CMVASREV)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81,153.2540.69
270) Whether Respondent is Surgically Sterile at Interview (COMPUTED) (RSURGSTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes131317.2
5) No633082.8
Total7643100.0
271) Whether Respondent's Current Husband/Partner is Surgically Sterile at Interview (COMPUTED) (PSURGSTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3504.6
5) No729395.4
Total7643100.0
272) Whether Respondent and Husband/Partner's Only Sterilizing Operations were Tubal Ligation or Vasectomy (COMPUTED) (ONLYTBVS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes131317.2
5) No633082.8
Total7643100.0
273) As things look to you now, if your tubal sterilization could be reversed safely, would you want to have it reversed? (RWANTRVT)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes14614.8
2) Probably yes12612.8
3) Probably no12412.6
4) Definitely no58659.5
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know20.2
Missing6658
Total985100.0
274) Would (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) like you to have your tubal sterilization reversed? (MANWANTT)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes9014.6
2) Probably yes8313.4
3) Probably no10316.7
4) Definitely no33854.7
9) Don't know40.6
Missing7025
Total618100.0
275) As things look to you now, if (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER)'s vasectomy could be reversed safely, would you want to have it reversed? (RWANTREV)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes420.0
2) Probably yes15.0
3) Probably no15.0
4) Definitely no1470.0
Missing7623
Total20100.0
276) Would (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) like to have his vasectomy reversed? (MANWANTR)
 TOTAL%
2) Probably yes15.0
4) Definitely no1995.0
Missing7623
Total20100.0
277) Did (your former husband/the man you used to live with/any of the (NUMBER) men you used to live with/any of your (NUMBER) former husbands/any of the (NUMBER) men you used to live with, including your (NUMBER) former husband(s)) ever have a vasectomy-- either before you began living together or during the time you lived together? (ASANY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1365.2
5) No246394.3
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know90.3
Missing5032
Total2611100.0
278) Now I have a few more questions about your physical ability to have a(nother) baby at some time in the future. Some women are not physically able to have children. As far as you know, is it physically possible for you, yourself, to have a(nother) baby? (POSIBLPG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes574496.1
5) No1773.0
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know550.9
Missing1665
Total5978100.0
279) What is the reason it is impossible for you to have a baby in the future? Is it ... (REASIMPR)
 TOTAL%
1) An accident or illness3218.1
2) Menopause1910.7
3) Some other reason9050.8
4) Unknown reasons3620.3
Missing7466
Total177100.0
280) What about (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER)? As far as you know, is it physically possible for him to father a baby in the future? (POSIBLMN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes228597.6
5) No351.5
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know190.8
Missing5303
Total2340100.0
281) What is the reason it is impossible for (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) to father a baby in the future? Is it ... (REASIMPP)
 TOTAL%
1) An accident or illness822.9
2) Some other reason1748.6
3) Unknown reasons1028.6
Missing7608
Total35100.0
282) Some women are physically able to have a(nother) baby, but have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying the baby to term. As far as you know, would you, yourself, have any difficulty getting pregnant (again) or carrying a(nother) baby (after this pregnancy)? (CANHAVER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6009.8
5) No545488.6
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know971.6
Missing1490
Total6153100.0
283) Please look at Card 28. What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? (1st MENTION) (REASDIF1)
 TOTAL%
1) You have difficulty getting pregnant28347.2
2) You have difficulty carrying baby to term13823.0
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health579.5
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby71.2
5) Some other reason11318.8
9) Don't know20.3
Missing7043
Total600100.0
284) Please look at Card 28. What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? (2nd MENTION) (REASDIF2)
 TOTAL%
1) You have difficulty getting pregnant22.2
2) You have difficulty carrying baby to term3942.4
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health2931.5
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby55.4
5) Some other reason1718.5
Missing7551
Total92100.0
285) Please look at Card 28. What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? (3rd MENTION) (REASDIF3)
 TOTAL%
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health433.3
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby433.3
5) Some other reason433.3
Missing7631
Total12100.0
286) Please look at Card 28. What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? (4th MENTION) (REASDIF4)
 TOTAL%
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby266.7
5) Some other reason133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
287) Please look at Card 28. What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? (5th MENTION) (REASDIF5)
 TOTAL%
5) Some other reason1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
288) As far as you know, does (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) have any difficulty fathering a baby? (CANHAVEM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes592.3
5) No249797.0
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know160.6
Missing5070
Total2573100.0
289) At any time has a medical doctor ever advised you never to become pregnant (again)? (PREGNONO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2503.9
5) No607796.0
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing1313
Total6330100.0
290) Please look at Card 29 and tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? (1st MENTION) (REASNNO1)
 TOTAL%
1) Dangerous for you15762.8
2) Dangerous for your baby2710.8
3) Some other reason6526.0
9) Don't know10.4
Missing7393
Total250100.0
291) Please look at Card 29 and tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? (2nd MENTION) (REASNNO2)
 TOTAL%
1) Dangerous for you23.8
2) Dangerous for your baby4381.1
3) Some other reason815.1
Missing7590
Total53100.0
292) Please look at Card 29 and tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? (3rd MENTION) (REASNNO3)
 TOTAL%
3) Some other reason4100.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
293) Respondent's Sterility Status at Time of Interview (COMPUTED) (RSTRSTAT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not sterile615380.5
1) Surgically sterile131317.2
2) Nonsurgically sterile1772.3
Total7643100.0
294) Respondent's Current Husband/Partner's Sterility Status at Time of Interview (COMPUTED) (PSTRSTAT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not sterile335389.7
1) Surgically sterile3509.4
2) Nonsurgically sterile350.9
Missing3905
Total3738100.0
295) Have you ever used birth control pills? (PILL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes558973.1
5) No204726.8
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
296) Have you ever used condoms or rubbers with a partner? (CONDOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes603889.0
5) No74210.9
8) Refused50.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
297) Have you ever had sex with a partner who had a vasectomy? (VASECTMY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes71910.6
5) No603689.0
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know250.4
Missing858
Total6785100.0
298) Have you ever had sex with a partner who used withdrawal or "pulling out"? (WIDRAWAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes376455.5
5) No301244.4
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
299) (Have you ever used) Depo-Provera or injectables (or shots)?\V (DEPOPROV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes133017.4
5) No630682.5
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
300) (Have you ever used) Norplant (implants)? (NORPLANT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1642.1
5) No747297.8
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
301) Have you ever used rhythm or safe period by calendar to prevent pregnancy? (RHYTHM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes110516.3
5) No567583.6
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
302) (Have you ever used) Natural family planning or safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test to prevent pregnancy? (TEMPSAFE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2303.4
5) No654996.5
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
303) (Have you ever used) "Morning after" pills or emergency contraception? (MORNPILL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3124.6
5) No646895.3
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
304) How many different times have you used emergency contraception? (ECTIMESX)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 Time22070.5
2) 2 times6922.1
3) 3 times154.8
4) 4 times20.6
5) 5 times20.6
6) 6 times10.3
7) 7 times10.3
12) 12 times10.3
14) 14 times10.3
Missing7331
Total312100.0
305) Did you use emergency contraception because you were worried your birth control method would not work, you didn't use birth control that time, or for some other reason? (ECREASN1)
 TOTAL%
1) You were worried your birth control method would not work11536.9
2) You didn't use birth control that time13944.6
3) Some other reason5818.6
Missing7331
Total312100.0
306) Did you use emergency contraception because you were worried your birth control method would not work, you didn't use birth control that time, or for some other reason? (ECREASN2)
 TOTAL%
1) You were worried your birth control method would not work314.3
2) You didn't use birth control that time1152.4
3) Some other reason733.3
Missing7622
Total21100.0
307) (Have you ever used) a diaphragm with or without jelly or cream? (DIAFRAGM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4997.4
5) No628192.6
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
308) (Have you ever used) Female condoms or vaginal pouches? (WOCONDOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1642.4
5) No661797.5
8) Refused40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
309) (Have you ever used) Foam? (FOAMALON)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes81512.0
5) No596587.9
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
310) (Have you ever used) Jelly or cream (other than with a diaphragm)? (JELCRMAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5017.4
5) No627992.5
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
311) (Have you ever used) A cervical cap? (CERVLCAP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes380.6
5) No674399.4
8) Refused40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
312) (Have you ever used) A suppository or an insert? (SUPPOSIT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5197.6
5) No626292.3
8) Refused40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
313) (Have you ever used) The TodayTM sponge? (TODAYSPG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4686.9
5) No631293.0
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
314) (Have you ever used) An IUD, coil, or loop? (IUD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3845.7
5) No639794.3
8) Don't know40.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
315) (Have you ever used) Lunelle, a once-a-month injection? (LUNELLE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes771.0
5) No755998.9
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
316) (Have you ever used) The contraceptive patch? (PATCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes600.8
5) No757699.1
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
317) Have you used any other methods? (OTHRMETH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes791.0
5) No755898.9
8) Refused60.1
Total7643100.0
318) Code for other method specified in EA-20 (NEWMETH)
 TOTAL%
1) Abstinence2329.1
2) Tubal ligation/female sterilization1417.7
3) Vaginal contraceptive film1316.5
4) Other method, not shown separately810.1
5) Response was coded as a method in EA-1 through EA-191417.7
97) Not ascertained78.9
Missing7564
Total79100.0
319) R ever used any method (from EA series and sterilization from Sect D) (computed) (EVERUSED)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes676488.5
5) No87911.5
Total7643100.0
320) Some people try a method and then don't use it again, or stop using it, because they are not satisfied with the method. Did you ever stop using a method because you were not satisfied with it in some way? (METHDISS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes313046.3
5) No363253.7
8) Refused20.0
Missing879
Total6764100.0
321) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (MTHSTOP1)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills148947.6
4) Condom41613.3
5) Partner's vasectomy20.1
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation30.1
7) Withdrawal, pulling out2257.2
8) Depo-Provera, injectables36711.7
9) Norplant ™ Implants351.1
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar411.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning40.1
12) Diaphragm1233.9
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch150.5
14) Foam1254.0
15) Jelly or cream321.0
16) Cervical cap40.1
17) Suppository, insert611.9
18) Today ™ Sponge953.0
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop732.3
20) Other method40.1
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)90.3
25) Contraceptive patch70.2
Missing4513
Total3130100.0
322) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (2nd mention) (MTHSTOP2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills11710.6
4) Condom24822.6
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out17115.6
8) Depo-Provera, injectables15013.6
9) Norplant ™ Implants211.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar494.5
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning90.8
12) Diaphragm615.6
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch100.9
14) Foam908.2
15) Jelly or cream292.6
16) Cervical cap30.3
17) Suppository, insert433.9
18) Today ™ Sponge393.5
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop444.0
20) Other method30.3
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)80.7
25) Contraceptive patch40.4
Missing6544
Total1099100.0
323) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied?(3rd mention) (MTHSTOP3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills194.4
4) Condom327.4
5) Partner's vasectomy10.2
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out8319.1
8) Depo-Provera, injectables5011.5
9) Norplant ™ Implants61.4
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar4811.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning81.8
12) Diaphragm235.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch51.1
14) Foam399.0
15) Jelly or cream245.5
16) Cervical cap51.1
17) Suppository, insert419.4
18) Today ™ Sponge286.4
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop122.8
20) Other method10.2
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)51.1
25) Contraceptive patch51.1
Missing7208
Total435100.0
324) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (4th mention) (MTHSTOP4)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills73.8
4) Condom52.7
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out116.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables116.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants31.6
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar179.2
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning84.3
12) Diaphragm2714.7
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch31.6
14) Foam3116.8
15) Jelly or cream179.2
16) Cervical cap31.6
17) Suppository, insert168.7
18) Today ™ Sponge189.8
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop42.2
20) Other method10.5
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)21.1
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7459
Total184100.0
325) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (5th mention) (MTHSTOP5)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills22.4
4) Condom22.4
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out33.6
8) Depo-Provera, injectables00.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants11.2
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar56.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm1315.7
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch22.4
14) Foam1619.3
15) Jelly or cream78.4
16) Cervical cap22.4
17) Suppository, insert1012.0
18) Today ™ Sponge1315.7
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop78.4
20) Other method00.0
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7560
Total83100.0
326) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (6th mention) (MTHSTOP6)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills12.6
4) Condom00.0
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out12.6
8) Depo-Provera, injectables12.6
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar00.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm37.7
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam717.9
15) Jelly or cream820.5
16) Cervical cap00.0
17) Suppository, insert717.9
18) Today ™ Sponge923.1
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop00.0
20) Other method12.6
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch12.6
Missing7604
Total39100.0
327) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied?(7th mention) (MTHSTOP7)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills00.0
4) Condom211.1
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out00.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables00.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar00.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm00.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam00.0
15) Jelly or cream422.2
16) Cervical cap15.6
17) Suppository, insert422.2
18) Today ™ Sponge633.3
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop00.0
20) Other method15.6
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7625
Total18100.0
328) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? (8th mention) (MTHSTOP8)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills18.3
4) Condom00.0
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out00.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables00.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar00.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm00.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam00.0
15) Jelly or cream00.0
16) Cervical cap18.3
17) Suppository, insert433.3
18) Today ™ Sponge433.3
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop18.3
20) Other method18.3
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7631
Total12100.0
329) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied?(9th mention) (MTHSTOP9)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills116.7
4) Condom00.0
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out00.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables00.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar00.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm00.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam00.0
15) Jelly or cream00.0
16) Cervical cap00.0
17) Suppository, insert00.0
18) Today ™ Sponge233.3
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop350.0
20) Other method00.0
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7637
Total6100.0
330) Please look at Card 31. What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied?(10th mention) (MTHSTOP0)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills00.0
4) Condom00.0
5) Partner's vasectomy00.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation00.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out00.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables00.0
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar00.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning00.0
12) Diaphragm00.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam00.0
15) Jelly or cream00.0
16) Cervical cap00.0
17) Suppository, insert00.0
18) Today ™ Sponge00.0
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop1100.0
20) Other method00.0
24) Lunelle injectable (Monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
331) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 1st reason) (READIS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive572.3
2) Too difficult to use903.7
3) Too messy261.1
4) Your partner did not like it1506.1
5) You had side effects130653.3
6) You were worried you might have side effects1295.3
7) You worried the method would not work471.9
8) The method failed, you became pregnant1445.9
9) The method did not protect against disease70.3
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again682.8
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1044.2
12) Too difficult to obtain the method220.9
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle1204.9
14) Other1787.3
Missing5195
Total2448100.0
332) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 2nd reason) (READIS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive121.5
2) Too difficult to use303.8
3) Too messy162.0
4) Your partner did not like it384.8
5) You had side effects12115.3
6) You were worried you might have side effects759.5
7) You worried the method would not work384.8
8) The method failed, you became pregnant536.7
9) The method did not protect against disease273.4
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again678.5
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure8911.2
12) Too difficult to obtain the method131.6
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle14318.1
14) Other708.8
Missing6851
Total792100.0
333) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 3rd reason) (READIS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive31.2
2) Too difficult to use52.1
3) Too messy31.2
4) Your partner did not like it124.9
5) You had side effects93.7
6) You were worried you might have side effects124.9
7) You worried the method would not work2510.3
8) The method failed, you became pregnant187.4
9) The method did not protect against disease93.7
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again156.2
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure3614.8
12) Too difficult to obtain the method104.1
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle6225.5
14) Other249.9
Missing7400
Total243100.0
334) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 4th reason) (READIS4)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use34.7
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it23.1
5) You had side effects23.1
6) You were worried you might have side effects34.7
7) You worried the method would not work57.8
8) The method failed, you became pregnant69.4
9) The method did not protect against disease46.3
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again710.9
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1320.3
12) Too difficult to obtain the method11.6
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle812.5
14) Other1015.6
Missing7579
Total64100.0
335) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 5th reason) (READIS5)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects14.8
6) You were worried you might have side effects14.8
7) You worried the method would not work29.5
8) The method failed, you became pregnant14.8
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again14.8
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure419.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method29.5
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle733.3
14) Other29.5
Missing7622
Total21100.0
336) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 6th reason) (READIS6)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work120.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease120.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle360.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
337) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 7th reason) (READIS7)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant125.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure125.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other250.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
338) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 8th reason) (READIS8)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease150.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method150.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
339) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 9th reason) (READIS9)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure150.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle150.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
340) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (1st method, 10th reason) (READIS10)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
341) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 1st reason) (READIS11)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive102.1
2) Too difficult to use194.0
3) Too messy204.2
4) Your partner did not like it7816.3
5) You had side effects16534.4
6) You were worried you might have side effects51.0
7) You worried the method would not work153.1
8) The method failed, you became pregnant173.5
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again163.3
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure5010.4
12) Too difficult to obtain the method10.2
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle408.4
14) Other439.0
Missing7164
Total479100.0
342) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 2nd reason) (READIS12)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive10.6
2) Too difficult to use117.0
3) Too messy106.3
4) Your partner did not like it2213.9
5) You had side effects148.9
6) You were worried you might have side effects42.5
7) You worried the method would not work106.3
8) The method failed, you became pregnant53.2
9) The method did not protect against disease31.9
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again53.2
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure3220.3
12) Too difficult to obtain the method21.3
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle2918.4
14) Other106.3
Missing7485
Total158100.0
343) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 3rd reason) (READIS13)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive23.8
2) Too difficult to use11.9
3) Too messy47.7
4) Your partner did not like it713.5
5) You had side effects59.6
6) You were worried you might have side effects11.9
7) You worried the method would not work611.5
8) The method failed, you became pregnant23.8
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1630.8
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle59.6
14) Other35.8
Missing7591
Total52100.0
344) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 4th reason) (READIS14)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it425.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects16.3
7) You worried the method would not work16.3
8) The method failed, you became pregnant16.3
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure425.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle425.0
14) Other16.3
Missing7627
Total16100.0
345) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 5th reason) (READIS15)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects116.7
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work116.7
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure233.3
12) Too difficult to obtain the method116.7
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other116.7
Missing7637
Total6100.0
346) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 6th reason) (READIS16)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects150.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other150.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
347) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 7th reason) (READIS17)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work1100.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
348) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 8th reason) (READIS18)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant1100.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
349) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 9th reason) (READIS19)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease1100.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
350) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 10th reason) (READIS20)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again1100.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
351) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 11th reason) (READIS21)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1100.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
352) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 12th reason) (READIS22)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method1100.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
353) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 13th reason) (READIS23)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle1100.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
354) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (2nd method, 14th reason) (READIS24)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
355) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (3rd method, 1st reason) (READIS25)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive11.7
2) Too difficult to use11.7
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects3560.3
6) You were worried you might have side effects11.7
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant11.7
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again46.9
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method23.4
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle712.1
14) Other610.3
Missing7585
Total58100.0
356) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (3rd method, 2nd reason) (READIS26)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects426.7
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant16.7
9) The method did not protect against disease16.7
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again213.3
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure426.7
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle213.3
14) Other16.7
Missing7628
Total15100.0
357) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (3rd method, 3rd reason) (READIS27)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again228.6
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure114.3
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle457.1
14) Other00.0
Missing7636
Total7100.0
358) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (3rd method, 4th reason) (READIS28)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1100.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
359) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (3rd method, 5th reason) (READIS29)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it1100.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant00.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
360) Looking at Card 32, What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with [the Pill/the condom/Norplant/Depo-Provera]? (4th method, 1st reason) (READIS30)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive00.0
2) Too difficult to use00.0
3) Too messy00.0
4) Your partner did not like it00.0
5) You had side effects00.0
6) You were worried you might have side effects00.0
7) You worried the method would not work00.0
8) The method failed, you became pregnant150.0
9) The method did not protect against disease00.0
10) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again00.0
11) The method decreased your sexual pleasure00.0
12) Too difficult to obtain the method00.0
13) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle00.0
14) Other150.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
361) Total number of responses to EA-20 METHSTOP that equal pill, condom, Depo-Provera, or Norplant (computed) (NUMDISS)
 TOTAL%
1) 1196980.4
2) 242117.2
3) 3562.3
4) 420.1
Missing5195
Total2448100.0
362) The very first time you ever used a birth control method, which method on Card 33 did you use? If you used more than one method that first time, please tell me about each one. For example, a woman's partner might use a condom and she might use the pill on the same occasion. (1st mention) (FIRSMTH1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67644.615.58
363) The very first time you ever used a birth control method, which method on Card 33 did you use? If you used more than one method that first time, please tell me about each one. For example, a woman's partner might use a condom and she might use the pill on the same occasion. (2nd mention) (FIRSMTH2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills889.9
4) Condom57464.3
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation20.2
7) Withdrawal, pulling out10611.9
8) Depo-Provera, injectables252.8
9) Norplant ™ Implants10.1
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar161.8
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning20.2
12) Diaphragm50.6
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch20.2
14) Foam293.2
15) Jelly or cream131.5
17) Suppository, insert101.1
18) Today ™ Sponge60.7
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop70.8
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive50.6
22) Respondent was sterile10.1
23) Respondent's partner was sterile10.1
Missing6750
Total893100.0
364) The very first time you ever used a birth control method, which method on Card 33 did you use? If you used more than one method that first time, please tell me about each one. For example, a woman's partner might use a condom and she might use the pill on the same occasion. (3rd mention) (FIRSMTH3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills35.0
4) Condom58.3
5) Partner's vasectomy11.7
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation23.3
7) Withdrawal, pulling out2338.3
8) Depo-Provera, injectables711.7
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar58.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning11.7
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch35.0
14) Foam35.0
15) Jelly or cream46.7
17) Suppository, insert11.7
18) Today ™ Sponge00.0
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop00.0
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive23.3
Missing7583
Total60100.0
365) The very first time you ever used a birth control method, which method on Card 33 did you use? If you used more than one method that first time, please tell me about each one. For example, a woman's partner might use a condom and she might use the pill on the same occasion. (4th mention) (FIRSMTH4)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills16.7
4) Condom320.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out213.3
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar426.7
14) Foam16.7
15) Jelly or cream213.3
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop16.7
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive16.7
Missing7628
Total15100.0
366) Total number of responses in EB-1 FIRSMETH (computed) (NMFIRSM)
 TOTAL%
0) 0180.3
1) 1585786.6
2) 283212.3
3) 3450.7
4) 480.1
5) 540.1
Missing879
Total6764100.0
367) Total number of responses in EB-1 FIRSMETH (prescription methods) (NMFIRSM1)
 TOTAL%
0) 0309645.8
1) 1359353.1
2) 2711.0
3) 330.0
4) 410.0
Missing879
Total6764100.0
368) Total number of responses in EB-1 FIRSMETH (non-prescription methods) (computed) (NMFIRSM2)
 TOTAL%
0) 0355352.5
1) 1318747.1
2) 2230.3
3) 310.0
Missing879
Total6764100.0
369) Yes if 1st method was drug or device, no otherwise (computed) (DRUGDEV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes621291.8
5) No5528.2
Missing879
Total6764100.0
370) Please look at Card 34. Thinking again of the very first time you ever used a method of birth control, when was it? Was it the first time you had intercourse, less than a month after your first intercourse, one to three months after your first intercourse, four to twelve months after your first intercourse, or more than twelve months after your first intercourse? (FRSTIME1)
 TOTAL%
1) Office use only40.1
2) The first time you had intercourse265174.7
3) Less than a month after your first intercourse2817.9
4) One to three months after your first intercourse1534.3
5) Four to twelve months after your first intercourse1323.7
6) More than twelve months after your first intercourse3018.5
8) Refused70.2
9) Don't know200.6
Missing4094
Total3549100.0
371) Please look at Card 34. Thinking again of the very first time you ever used a method of birth control, when was it? Was it before your first intercourse, the first time you had intercourse, less than a month after your first intercourse, one to three months after your first intercourse, four to twelve months after your first intercourse, or more than twelve months after your first intercourse? (FRSTIME2)
 TOTAL%
1) Office use only128641.8
2) The first time you had intercourse2869.3
3) Less than a month after your first intercourse2227.2
4) One to three months after your first intercourse2789.0
5) Four to twelve months after your first intercourse2608.4
6) More than twelve months after your first intercourse73623.9
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know90.3
Missing4563
Total3080100.0
372) Including your first sex, how many times did you have sexual intercourse before you used a method of birth control? (NOMETH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2363215.64396.37
373) Date (century month) of first method use - partial universe (computed) (Now, please look at your calendar, and tell me in what month and year you first used a method (for any reason). (CMFSTUSE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total38211,337.731,521.91
374) Date (century month) of first method use - total universe (computed) (CMFIRSM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67581,276.261,317.42
375) How old were you the first time you used a method for any reason? (AGEFSTUS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total382118.757.58
376) Please look at Card 36. Where did you get the [FIRST METHOD USED] (1st non-prescription method mentioned)? (PLACGTF1)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office322.6
2) HMO facility40.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic695.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic443.6
5) Employer or company clinic10.1
6) School or school-based clinic242.0
7) Hospital outpatient clinic10.1
8) Hospital emergency room10.1
9) Hospital regular room20.2
11) Friend907.3
12) Partner or spouse60549.3
13) Drug store28723.4
20) Some other place604.9
99) Don't know60.5
Missing6417
Total1226100.0
377) Please look at Card 36. Where did you get the [FIRST METHOD USED] (2nd non-prescription method mentioned)? (PLACGTF2)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office00.0
2) HMO facility00.0
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic16.3
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic00.0
5) Employer or company clinic00.0
6) School or school-based clinic00.0
7) Hospital outpatient clinic00.0
8) Hospital emergency room00.0
9) Hospital regular room00.0
11) Friend16.3
12) Partner or spouse16.3
13) Drug store1275.0
20) Some other place16.3
99) Don't know00.0
Missing7627
Total16100.0
378) Please look at Card 36. Where did you get the [FIRST METHOD USED]? (1st prescription method mentioned)? (PLACGTF9)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office46859.0
2) HMO facility243.0
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic13617.2
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic9612.1
5) Employer or company clinic30.4
6) School or school-based clinic202.5
7) Hospital outpatient clinic222.8
8) Hospital emergency room20.3
9) Hospital regular room91.1
10) Urgent care center, Urgi-Care, or walk-in facility20.3
11) Friend00.0
12) Partner or spouse00.0
13) Drug store00.0
20) Some other place111.4
99) Don't know00.0
Missing6850
Total793100.0
379) Please look at Card 36. Where did you get the [FIRST METHOD USED]? (2nd prescription method mentioned)? (PLACGTF0)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office112.5
2) HMO facility00.0
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic225.0
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic337.5
5) Employer or company clinic00.0
6) School or school-based clinic00.0
7) Hospital outpatient clinic00.0
8) Hospital emergency room112.5
9) Hospital regular room00.0
10) Urgent care center, Urgi-Care, or walk-in facility112.5
11) Friend00.0
12) Partner or spouse00.0
13) Drug store00.0
20) Some other place00.0
99) Don't know00.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
380) Did you use any birth control method the first time you had intercourse? (USEFRSTS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes394861.5
5) No247038.4
7) Not ascertained60.1
Missing1219
Total6424100.0
381) Including your first sex, how many times did you have sexual intercourse before you used a method of birth control during sexual intercourse? (NOMETH2)
 TOTAL%
1) 14831.2
2) 22113.6
3) 3106.5
4) 474.5
5) 521.3
6) 621.3
8) 821.3
10) 1042.6
12) 1210.6
20) 2031.9
21) 2110.6
30) 3010.6
158) 15810.6
200) 20010.6
365) 36510.6
998) Refused95.8
999) Don't know4026.0
Missing7489
Total154100.0
382) Methods used at first sex - total universe (1st mention) (computed) (MTHFRSX1)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills112128.4
4) Condom232758.9
5) Partner's vasectomy80.2
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation40.1
7) Withdrawal, pulling out3659.2
8) Depo-Provera, injectables160.4
9) Norplant ™ Implants20.1
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar340.9
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning50.1
12) Diaphragm110.3
14) Foam170.4
15) Jelly or cream30.1
17) Suppository, insert50.1
18) Today ™ Sponge60.2
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop70.2
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive70.2
21) Other method40.1
23) Respondent's partner was sterile20.1
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)10.0
98) Refused20.1
99) Don't know20.1
Missing3694
Total3949100.0
383) Methods used at first sex - total universe (2nd mention) (computed) (MTHFRSX2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills507.8
4) Condom43167.2
5) Partner's vasectomy10.2
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation10.2
7) Withdrawal, pulling out7611.9
8) Depo-Provera, injectables182.8
9) Norplant ™ Implants00.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar101.6
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning20.3
12) Diaphragm20.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch30.5
14) Foam182.8
15) Jelly or cream101.6
17) Suppository, insert91.4
18) Today ™ Sponge40.6
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop10.2
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive40.6
23) Respondent's partner was sterile10.2
Missing7002
Total641100.0
384) Methods used at first sex - total universe (3rd mention) (computed) (MTHFRSX3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills26.9
4) Condom413.8
7) Withdrawal, pulling out827.6
8) Depo-Provera, injectables26.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar310.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning13.4
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch26.9
14) Foam26.9
15) Jelly or cream26.9
17) Suppository, insert13.4
20) "Morning After Pills" or emergency contraceptive26.9
Missing7614
Total29100.0
385) Methods used at first sex - total universe (4th mention) (computed) (MTHFRSX4)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills120.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar240.0
14) Foam120.0
15) Jelly or cream120.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
386) Methods used at first sex - total universe (5th mention) (computed) (MTHFRSX5)
 TOTAL%
15) Jelly or cream1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
387) Many women have times when they are not having intercourse at all, for example, because of pregnancy, separation, not dating anyone, illness, or other reasons. I'd like to know the months since (the first time you had intercourse, which was in [DATE OF FIRST SEX]/ January, 1998) that you did not have intercourse at all for the entire month. First, let's make sure you have other information on your calendar. Since ([DATE OF FIRST SEX]/January 1998), have there been any times when you were not having intercourse at all for one month or more? (INTR_EC3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes430963.5
5) No242435.7
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused160.2
9) Don't know290.4
Missing858
Total6785100.0
388) Methods used in month of interview (1st mention) (computed) (CURRMTH1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67645.1010.12
389) Methods used in month of interview (2nd mention) (computed) (CURRMTH2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills223.7
4) Condom19633.2
5) Partner's vasectomy172.9
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation8714.7
7) Withdrawal, pulling out14724.9
8) Depo-Provera, injectables294.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar345.8
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning30.5
12) Diaphragm71.2
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch20.3
14) Foam50.8
15) Jelly or cream111.9
17) Suppository, insert50.8
18) Today ™ Sponge10.2
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop40.7
20) "Morning after" pill or emergency contraception20.3
21) Other method30.5
22) Respondent was sterile91.5
23) Respondent's partner was sterile20.3
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch50.8
Missing7052
Total591100.0
390) Methods used in month of interview (3rd mention) (computed) (CURRMTH3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills24.7
4) Condom12.3
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation12.3
7) Withdrawal, pulling out1432.6
8) Depo-Provera, injectables24.7
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar1330.2
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning37.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch12.3
15) Jelly or cream49.3
18) Today ™ Sponge12.3
25) Contraceptive patch12.3
Missing7600
Total43100.0
391) Methods used in month of interview (4th mention) (computed) (CURRMTH4)
 TOTAL%
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar360.0
14) Foam120.0
17) Suppository, insert120.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
392) Methods used in month before interview (1st mention) (computed) (LSTMMTH1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67324.476.55
393) Methods used in month before interview (2nd mention) (computed) (LSTMMTH2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills142.2
4) Condom22235.3
5) Partner's vasectomy203.2
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation8814.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out15825.1
8) Depo-Provera, injectables314.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar396.2
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning20.3
12) Diaphragm81.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch30.5
14) Foam50.8
15) Jelly or cream111.7
17) Suppository, insert50.8
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop20.3
20) Morning after pills or emergency contraception40.6
21) Other method10.2
22) Respondent was sterile91.4
23) Respondent's partner was sterile20.3
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)00.0
25) Contraceptive patch50.8
Missing7014
Total629100.0
394) Methods used in month before interview (3rd mention) (computed) (LSTMMTH3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills23.9
4) Condom12.0
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation12.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out1427.5
8) Depo-Provera, injectables23.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar1733.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning59.8
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch12.0
14) Foam12.0
15) Jelly or cream47.8
18) Today ™ Sponge12.0
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop12.0
25) Contraceptive patch12.0
Missing7592
Total51100.0
395) Methods used in month before interview (4th mention) (computed) (LSTMMTH4)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills111.1
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar666.7
14) Foam111.1
17) Suppository, insert111.1
Missing7634
Total9100.0
396) Looking at Card 33, the (last) time you had intercourse with [LAST PARTNER IN PAST 12 MONTHS] in [DATE], did you or he use any method? (USELSTP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes450474.0
5) No157125.8
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know60.1
Missing1557
Total6086100.0
397) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months,last sex: 1st method) (LSTMTHP1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total45045.354.64
398) Ich method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months, last sex: 2nd method) (LSTMTHP2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills193.0
4) Condom30147.0
5) Partner's vasectomy121.9
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation8813.7
7) Withdrawal, pulling out10917.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables355.5
9) Norplant ™ Implants10.2
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar284.4
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning30.5
12) Diaphragm60.9
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch00.0
14) Foam50.8
15) Jelly or cream91.4
17) Suppository, insert60.9
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop40.6
22) Respondent was sterile60.9
23) Respondent's partner was sterile20.3
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)10.2
25) Contraceptive patch60.9
Missing7002
Total641100.0
399) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months, last sex: 3rd method) (LSTMTHP3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills38.8
4) Condom12.9
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation12.9
7) Withdrawal, pulling out926.5
8) Depo-Provera, injectables25.9
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar926.5
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning25.9
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch12.9
15) Jelly or cream617.6
Missing7609
Total34100.0
400) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months, last sex: 4th method) (LSTMTHP4)
 TOTAL%
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar466.7
14) Foam116.7
17) Suppository, insert116.7
Missing7637
Total6100.0
401) Looking at Card 33, the first time you had intercourse with [LAST PARTNER IN PAST 12 MONTHS] in [DATE], did you or he use any method? (USEFSTP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes349977.6
5) No99322.0
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know120.3
Missing3135
Total4508100.0
402) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months,first sex: 1st method) (FSTMTHP1)
 TOTAL%
1) Office Use Only20.1
2) Office Use Only10.0
3) Birth control pills118533.9
4) Condom159445.6
5) Partner's vasectomy671.9
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation2396.8
7) Withdrawal, pulling out1985.7
8) Depo-Provera, injectables962.7
9) Norplant ™ Implants180.5
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar90.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning10.0
12) Diaphragm180.5
14) Foam60.2
17) Suppository, insert60.2
18) Today ™ Sponge110.3
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop310.9
20) Morning after pills or emergency contraception20.1
21) Other method30.1
22) Respondent was sterile20.1
23) Respondent's partner was sterile30.1
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)30.1
25) Contraceptive patch10.0
99) Don't know20.1
Missing4145
Total3498100.0
403) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months,first sex: 2nd method) (FSTMTHP2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills568.1
4) Condom41660.2
5) Partner's vasectomy131.9
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation669.6
7) Withdrawal, pulling out639.1
8) Depo-Provera, injectables334.8
9) Norplant ™ Implants30.4
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar81.2
12) Diaphragm10.1
14) Foam60.9
15) Jelly or cream60.9
16) Cervical cap10.1
17) Suppository, insert40.6
18) Today ™ Sponge40.6
19) IUD, Coil, or Loop60.9
21) Other method10.1
22) Respondent was sterile20.3
23) Respondent's partner was sterile10.1
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)10.1
Missing6952
Total691100.0
404) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months,first sex: 3rd method) (FSTMTHP3)
 TOTAL%
4) Condom14.5
5) Partner's vasectomy29.1
6) Sterilizing operation/tubal ligation418.2
7) Withdrawal, pulling out1150.0
10) Rhythm or safe period by calendar14.5
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test, natural family planning14.5
18) Today ™ Sponge14.5
23) Respondent's partner was sterile14.5
Missing7621
Total22100.0
405) Which method or methods on Card 33 did you use? (last partner in past 12 months, first sex: 4th method) (FSTMTHP4)
 TOTAL%
14) Foam1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
406) Looking at Card 33, the (last) time you had intercourse with [2ND-TO-LAST PARTNER IN PAST 12 MONTHS] in [DATE], did you or he use any method? (USELSTP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes29436.6
5) No50662.9
9) Don't know40.5
Missing6839
Total804100.0
407) And your partner, does he want you to become pregnant as soon as possible? (HPPREGQ)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes33441.5
5) No46557.8
9) Don't know50.6
Missing6839
Total804100.0
408) How long have you been trying to become pregnant? (number of months or years) (DURTRY_N)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total29410.6022.82
409) (How long have you been trying to become pregnant?) (whether number in EH-2a DURTRY_N was months or years) (DURTRY_P)
 TOTAL%
1) Months15154.7
2) Years12545.3
Missing7367
Total276100.0
410) (How long have you been trying to become pregnant?) (whether number in EH-2a DURTRY_N was months or years) (NUMPLAC1)
 TOTAL%
0) None266072.0
1) 1 Methods101027.4
2) 2 Methodss210.6
3) 3 Methodss10.0
Missing3951
Total3692100.0
411) Number of prescription methods used last month (computed) (NUMPLAC2)
 TOTAL%
0) None218659.2
1) 1 Methods150140.7
2) 2 Methods50.1
Missing3951
Total3692100.0
412) Please look at Card 36. You may have already told me, but where did you get the [METHOD] you used last month? (non-prescription method - 1st mentioned) (PLACUR1)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office282.7
2) HMO facility40.4
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic666.4
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic484.7
5) Employer or company clinic20.2
6) School or school-based clinic30.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic20.2
8) Hospital emergency room10.1
11) Friend171.6
12) Partner or spouse20419.8
13) Drug store57555.7
20) Some other place807.8
99) Don't know20.2
Missing6611
Total1032100.0
413) Please look at Card 36. You may have already told me, but where did you get the [METHOD] you used last month? (non-prescription method - 2nd Mentioned) (PLACUR2)
 TOTAL%
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic29.1
13) Drug store2090.9
Missing7621
Total22100.0
414) Please look at Card 36. You may have already told me, but where did you get the [METHOD] you used last month? (non-prescription method - 3rd mentioned) (PLACUR3)
 TOTAL%
13) Drug store1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
415) Please look at Card 36. You may have already told me, but where did you get the [METHOD] you used last month? (prescription method - 1st mentioned) (PLACUR9)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office89659.5
2) HMO facility805.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic18012.0
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic15710.4
5) Employer or company clinic60.4
6) School or school-based clinic231.5
7) Hospital outpatient clinic302.0
8) Hospital emergency room10.1
9) Hospital regular room120.8
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care, or walk-in facility10.1
20) Some other place1177.8
99) Don't know30.2
Missing6137
Total1506100.0
416) Ease look at Card 36. You may have already told me, but where did you get the [METHOD] you used last month? (prescription method - 2nd mentioned) (PLACUR10)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office240.0
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic360.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
417) Now I would like to know all of the reasons for your recent pill use. Have you used it for birth control, cramps or pain during menstrual period, treatment for acne, treatment for endometriosis, or for some other reason? (1st mention) (YUSEPIL1)
 TOTAL%
1) Birth control128784.2
2) Cramps, or pain during menstrual periods1077.0
3) Treatment for acne291.9
4) Endometriosis181.2
5) Other reasons875.7
Missing6115
Total1528100.0
418) Now I would like to know all of the reasons for your recent pill use. Have you used it for birth control, cramps or pain during menstrual period, treatment for acne, treatment for endometriosis, or for some other reason? (2nd mention) (YUSEPIL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Birth control457.7
2) Cramps, or pain during menstrual periods32655.5
3) Treatment for acne7813.3
4) Endometriosis162.7
5) Other reasons12220.8
Missing7056
Total587100.0
419) Now I would like to know all of the reasons for your recent pill use. Have you used it for birth control, cramps or pain during menstrual period, treatment for acne, treatment for endometriosis, or for some other reason? (3rd mention) (YUSEPIL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Birth control139.0
2) Cramps, or pain during menstrual periods85.6
3) Treatment for acne7451.4
4) Endometriosis117.6
5) Other reasons3826.4
Missing7499
Total144100.0
420) Now I would like to know all of the reasons for your recent pill use. Have you used it for birth control, cramps or pain during menstrual period, treatment for acne, treatment for endometriosis, or for some other reason? (4th mention) (YUSEPIL4)
 TOTAL%
3) Treatment for acne15.6
4) Endometriosis844.4
5) Other reasons950.0
Missing7625
Total18100.0
421) W I would like to know all of the reasons for your recent pill use. Have you used it for birth control, cramps or pain during menstrual period, treatment for acne, treatment for endometriosis, or for some other reason? (5th mention) (YUSEPIL5)
 TOTAL%
5) Other reasons2100.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
422) This chart shows types of oral contraceptive pills that are available for women today. Please tell me the number next to the type that you are currently using or used most recently. (TYPPILL2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1528153.22276.27
423) Now please think about the last four weeks. How many times have you had sexual intercourse with a male in the last four weeks? (PST4WKSX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total613719.94115.54
424) Did you use a condom? (PWKCOND1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17235.0
5) No31965.0
Missing7152
Total491100.0
425) How many of those times did you use a condom? (PWKCOND2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total39912.1516.87
426) Please look at the Card 48. Thinking back over the past 12 months, that is, since (DATE OF INTERVIEW MINUS 12 MONTHS), would you say you used a condom with your partner for sexual intercourse every time, most of the time, about half of the time, some of the time, or none of the time? (P12MOCON)
 TOTAL%
1) Every time85115.4
2) Most of the time62611.3
3) About half of the time2514.5
4) Some of the time79714.4
5) None of the time300054.3
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing2115
Total5528100.0
427) (In the past 12 months, have you received) A method of birth control or a prescription for a method? (BTHCON12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes268235.1
5) No495564.8
8) Refused60.1
Total7643100.0
428) (In the past 12 months, have you received) A check-up or medical test related to using a birth control method? (MEDTST12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes187924.6
5) No575675.3
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total7643100.0
429) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Counseling or information about birth control? (BCCNS12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes152620.0
5) No610979.9
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total7643100.0
430) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Counseling or information about getting sterilized? (STCNS12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3724.9
5) No726295.0
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know20.0
Total7643100.0
431) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Emergency contraception or the 'Morning-after pill,' or a prescription for it? (EMCON12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9329.8
5) No21869.9
8) Refused10.3
Missing7331
Total312100.0
432) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Counseling or information about Emergency contraception or the 'Morning-after pill? (ECCNS12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2883.8
5) No734796.1
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total7643100.0
433) Earlier you mentioned you have used the [METHOD(S) MENTIONED FROM SECTION E] in the past 12 months. Did you receive (it/any/ either) of them at a visit to a doctor or medical care provider within the past 12 months? (FOLLOW12)
 TOTAL%
5) No25496.6
6) Didn't use medical method(s) reported in section E83.0
9) Don't know10.4
Missing7380
Total263100.0
434) (You may have already told me, but/In the past 12 months have you received) A pregnancy test? (PRGTST12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes164821.6
5) No599178.4
8) Refused40.1
Total7643100.0
435) (In the past 12 months have you received) An abortion? (ABORT12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes961.3
5) No754498.7
8) Refused30.0
Total7643100.0
436) (In the past 12 months have you received) A Pap smear? (PAP12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes496865.0
5) No267034.9
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know20.0
Total7643100.0
437) (In the past 12 months have you received) A pelvic exam? (PELVIC12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes451759.1
5) No311440.7
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know70.1
Total7643100.0
438) (You may have told me this already, but in the past 12 months have your received) prenatal care? (PRENAT12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes60169.9
5) No25830.0
8) Refused10.1
Missing6783
Total860100.0
439) (In the past 12 months have you received) Post-pregnancy care? (PARTUM12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes49581.8
5) No10918.0
8) Refused10.2
Missing7038
Total605100.0
440) In the past 12 months, have you received counseling for, or been tested or treated for a sexually transmitted disease? (STDTST12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes109214.3
5) No654185.6
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know40.1
Total7643100.0
441) You said that in the past 12 months you received the following services: (SERVICES REPORTED in fstrop12, FA-1b BTHCON12 thru FA-1G ECCNS12 AND FA-3a PRGTST12 thru FA-3g STDTST12). Did you receive those services during a single visit, or in more than one visit? (NUMBCVIS)
 TOTAL%
1) Single visits353562.3
5) More than one visit211837.4
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know100.2
Missing1973
Total5670100.0
442) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive a method of birth control or a prescription for a method? (BCPLC)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office74759.5
2) HMO facility645.1
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic19115.2
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic13410.7
5) Employer or company clinic70.6
6) School or school-based clinic272.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic393.1
8) Hospital emergency room30.2
9) Hospital regular room191.5
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility20.2
20) Some other place161.3
98) Refused20.2
99) Don't know40.3
Missing6388
Total1255100.0
443) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive a check-up or medical test related to using a birth control method? (BCPLC2)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office53459.2
2) HMO facility576.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic14315.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic9610.6
5) Employer or company clinic40.4
6) School or school-based clinic192.1
7) Hospital outpatient clinic303.3
8) Hospital emergency room10.1
9) Hospital regular room121.3
20) Some other place60.7
Missing6741
Total902100.0
444) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive counseling or information about birth control? (BCPLC3)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office44952.2
2) HMO facility515.9
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic14516.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic11613.5
5) Employer or company clinic60.7
6) School or school-based clinic303.5
7) Hospital outpatient clinic313.6
8) Hospital emergency room10.1
9) Hospital regular room151.7
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility10.1
20) Some other place151.7
Missing6783
Total860100.0
445) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive counseling or information about getting sterilized? (BCPLC4)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office15664.2
2) HMO facility62.5
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic3815.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic145.8
5) Employer or company clinic10.4
6) School or school-based clinic62.5
7) Hospital outpatient clinic104.1
9) Hospital regular room104.1
20) Some other place20.8
Missing7400
Total243100.0
446) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive emergency contraception or the 'morning-after pill,' or a prescription for it? (BCPLC5)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office1320.0
2) HMO facility46.2
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic913.8
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic2741.5
6) School or school-based clinic46.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic46.2
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility11.5
20) Some other place34.6
Missing7578
Total65100.0
447) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive counseling or information about emergency contraception or the 'morning-after pill? (BCPLC6)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office4626.0
2) HMO facility42.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic4726.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic4726.6
5) Employer or company clinic42.3
6) School or school-based clinic126.8
7) Hospital outpatient clinic84.5
8) Hospital emergency room10.6
9) Hospital regular room21.1
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility21.1
20) Some other place42.3
Missing7466
Total177100.0
448) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive a pregnancy test? (BCPLC7)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office58050.9
2) HMO facility605.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic21218.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic887.7
5) Employer or company clinic40.4
6) School or school-based clinic121.1
7) Hospital outpatient clinic675.9
8) Hospital emergency room363.2
9) Hospital regular room151.3
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility30.3
20) Some other place615.4
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing6503
Total1140100.0
449) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive an abortion? (BCPLC8)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office2632.1
2) HMO facility22.5
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic89.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic3037.0
7) Hospital outpatient clinic89.9
8) Hospital emergency room11.2
9) Hospital regular room22.5
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility11.2
20) Some other place33.7
Missing7562
Total81100.0
450) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive a pap smear? (BCPLC9)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office123164.6
2) HMO facility1216.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic27514.4
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic1266.6
5) Employer or company clinic90.5
6) School or school-based clinic251.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic673.5
8) Hospital emergency room160.8
9) Hospital regular room211.1
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility10.1
20) Some other place150.8
Missing5736
Total1907100.0
451) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive a pelvic exam? (BCPLC10)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office115265.0
2) HMO facility1176.6
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic22412.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic1116.3
5) Employer or company clinic60.3
6) School or school-based clinic251.4
7) Hospital outpatient clinic653.7
8) Hospital emergency room281.6
9) Hospital regular room241.4
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility20.1
20) Some other place171.0
Missing5872
Total1771100.0
452) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive prenatal care? (BCPLC11)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office38769.5
2) HMO facility295.2
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic7212.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic234.1
5) Employer or company clinic10.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic244.3
8) Hospital emergency room30.5
9) Hospital regular room81.4
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility10.2
20) Some other place91.6
Missing7086
Total557100.0
453) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive post-pregnancy care? (BCPLC12)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office29764.8
2) HMO facility204.4
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic5912.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic143.1
5) Employer or company clinic20.4
7) Hospital outpatient clinic245.2
8) Hospital emergency room10.2
9) Hospital regular room327.0
20) Some other place92.0
Missing7185
Total458100.0
454) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive counseling for, or been tested or treated for a sexually transmitted disease? (BCPLC13)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office34652.3
2) HMO facility355.3
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic13520.4
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic619.2
5) Employer or company clinic40.6
6) School or school-based clinic162.4
7) Hospital outpatient clinic324.8
8) Hospital emergency room111.7
9) Hospital regular room101.5
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility10.2
20) Some other place101.5
Missing6982
Total661100.0
455) Please look at Card 25. During the past 12 months, that is since (MONTH/YEAR), where did you receive (SERVICES REPORTED in fstrop12, FA-1b BTHCON12 thru FA-1G ECCNS12 AND FA-3a PRGTST12 thru FA-3g STDTST12)? (BCPLC14)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office241168.2
2) HMO facility2306.5
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic42712.1
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic1775.0
5) Employer or company clinic170.5
6) School or school-based clinic501.4
7) Hospital outpatient clinic1153.3
8) Hospital emergency room180.5
9) Hospital regular room260.7
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility100.3
20) Some other place481.4
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know30.1
Missing4107
Total3536100.0
456) During your visit in the past 12 months when you received a pregnancy test, did a doctor or medical provider talk to you about using birth control? (PGTSTBC2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes82450.0
5) No82149.8
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know30.2
Missing5995
Total1648100.0
457) During your visit in the past 12 months when you received a Pap smear or a pelvic exam, did a doctor or medical provider talk to you about using birth control? (PAPPLBC2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes241046.8
5) No272953.0
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know80.2
Missing2495
Total5148100.0
458) During your visit in the past 12 months when you received a Pap test or a pelvic exam, did a doctor or medical provider talk to you about using emergency contraception or the 'morning-after pill'? (PAPPELEC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3627.0
5) No478192.9
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing2495
Total5148100.0
459) During your visit in the past 12 months when you received STD testing or treatment, did a doctor or medical provider talk to you about using condoms to prevent disease? (STDTSCON)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes59754.7
5) No49145.0
9) Don't know40.4
Missing6551
Total1092100.0
460) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a method of birth control or a prescription for a method) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY11)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance60748.4
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment27221.7
3) Medicaid22017.5
4) No payment required1128.9
5) Some other way403.2
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know30.2
Missing6388
Total1255100.0
461) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a method of birth control or a prescription for a method) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY12)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance347.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment40684.1
3) Medicaid173.5
4) No payment required153.1
5) Some other way112.3
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7160
Total483100.0
462) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a method of birth control or a prescription for a method) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY13)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment210.5
3) Medicaid526.3
4) No payment required1157.9
5) Some other way15.3
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7624
Total19100.0
463) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a check-up or medical test related to using a birth control method) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY21)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance48453.7
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment17419.3
3) Medicaid15717.4
4) No payment required616.8
5) Some other way262.9
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing6741
Total902100.0
464) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a check-up or medical test related to using a birth control method) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY22)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance226.6
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment28886.0
3) Medicaid123.6
4) No payment required51.5
5) Some other way82.4
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7308
Total335100.0
465) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a check-up or medical test related to using a birth control method) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY23)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid266.7
4) No payment required133.3
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
466) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about birth control) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY31)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance40246.7
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment10712.4
3) Medicaid16018.6
4) No payment required16919.7
5) Some other way212.4
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6783
Total860100.0
467) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about birth control) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY32)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance83.1
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment23890.8
3) Medicaid83.1
4) No payment required62.3
5) Some other way20.8
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7381
Total262100.0
468) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about birth control) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY33)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid250.0
4) No payment required250.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7639
Total4100.0
469) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about getting sterilized) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY41)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance11848.6
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment187.4
3) Medicaid6426.3
4) No payment required3414.0
5) Some other way93.7
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7400
Total243100.0
470) Ooking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about getting sterilized) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY42)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance22.8
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment6490.1
3) Medicaid45.6
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way11.4
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7572
Total71100.0
471) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about getting sterilized) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY43)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid1100.0
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
472) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (emergency contraception or the 'morning-after' pill) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY51)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance1218.5
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment2843.1
3) Medicaid710.8
4) No payment required1624.6
5) Some other way23.1
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7578
Total65100.0
473) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (emergency contraception or the 'morning-after' pill) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY52)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment350.0
3) Medicaid116.7
4) No payment required233.3
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7637
Total6100.0
474) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (emergency contraception or the 'morning-after' pill) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY53)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid00.0
4) No payment required1100.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
475) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about emergency contraception or 'the morning-after pill') was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY61)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance4525.4
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment3318.6
3) Medicaid3117.5
4) No payment required6134.5
5) Some other way74.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7466
Total177100.0
476) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about emergency contraception or 'the morning-after pill' was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY62)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance14.2
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment2083.3
3) Medicaid28.3
4) No payment required14.2
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7619
Total24100.0
477) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling or information about emergency contraception or 'the morning-after pill') was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY63)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid00.0
4) No payment required1100.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
478) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pregnancy test) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY71)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance57550.4
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment16914.8
3) Medicaid23820.9
4) No payment required11810.4
5) Some other way363.2
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know40.4
Missing6503
Total1140100.0
479) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pregnancy test) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY72)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance185.4
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment29989.0
3) Medicaid133.9
4) No payment required30.9
5) Some other way30.9
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7307
Total336100.0
480) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pregnancy test) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY73)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment150.0
3) Medicaid150.0
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
481) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (an abortion) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY81)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance2328.4
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment3644.4
3) Medicaid1316.0
4) No payment required11.2
5) Some other way78.6
8) Refused11.2
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7562
Total81100.0
482) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (an abortion) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY82)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment981.8
3) Medicaid19.1
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way19.1
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7632
Total11100.0
483) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pap smear) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY91)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance114760.1
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment26313.8
3) Medicaid34618.1
4) No payment required1075.6
5) Some other way432.3
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know10.1
Missing5736
Total1907100.0
484) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pap smear) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY92)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance202.9
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment63191.6
3) Medicaid253.6
4) No payment required40.6
5) Some other way91.3
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing6954
Total689100.0
485) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pap smear) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY93)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid150.0
4) No payment required150.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
486) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pelvic exam) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY101)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance109862.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment23413.2
3) Medicaid31517.8
4) No payment required854.8
5) Some other way382.1
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know10.1
Missing5872
Total1771100.0
487) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pelvic exam) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY102)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance132.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment61092.8
3) Medicaid203.0
4) No payment required50.8
5) Some other way91.4
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing6986
Total657100.0
488) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (a pelvic exam) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY103)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance150.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid150.0
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
489) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (prenatal care) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY111)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance33960.9
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment274.8
3) Medicaid16730.0
4) No payment required152.7
5) Some other way91.6
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7086
Total557100.0
490) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (prenatal care) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY112)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance42.2
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment16390.1
3) Medicaid147.7
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7462
Total181100.0
491) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (prenatal care) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY113)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid266.7
4) No payment required133.3
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
492) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (post-pregnancy care) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY121)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance28261.6
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment183.9
3) Medicaid14030.6
4) No payment required92.0
5) Some other way92.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7185
Total458100.0
493) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (post-pregnancy care) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY122)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance31.9
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment14190.4
3) Medicaid127.7
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7487
Total156100.0
494) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (post-pregnancy care) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY123)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid2100.0
4) No payment required00.0
5) Some other way00.0
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
495) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling for, or been tested or treated for a sexually transmitted disease) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY131)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance32148.6
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment8913.5
3) Medicaid14521.9
4) No payment required8613.0
5) Some other way192.9
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know10.2
Missing6982
Total661100.0
496) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling for, or been tested or treated for a sexually transmitted disease) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY132)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance42.1
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment17090.4
3) Medicaid115.9
4) No payment required10.5
5) Some other way21.1
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7455
Total188100.0
497) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (counseling for, or been tested or treated for a sexually transmitted disease) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY133)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment00.0
3) Medicaid133.3
4) No payment required133.3
5) Some other way133.3
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
498) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (SERVICES REPORTED in fstrop12, FA-1b BTHCON12 thru FA-1G ECCNS12 AND FA-3a PRGTST12 thru FA-3g STDTST12) was paid. (1st mention) (BCPAY141)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance222763.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment57416.2
3) Medicaid39811.3
4) No payment required2256.4
5) Some other way982.8
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know100.3
Missing4107
Total3536100.0
499) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (SERVICES REPORTED in fstrop12, FA-1b BTHCON12 thru FA-1G ECCNS12 AND FA-3a PRGTST12 thru FA-3g STDTST12) was paid. (2nd mention) (BCPAY142)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance1036.7
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment139890.4
3) Medicaid251.6
4) No payment required130.8
5) Some other way70.5
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing6097
Total1546100.0
500) Looking at Card 16, please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for (SERVICES REPORTED in fstrop12, FA-1b BTHCON12 thru FA-1G ECCNS12 AND FA-3a PRGTST12 thru FA-3g STDTST12) was paid. (3rd mention) (BCPAY143)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance00.0
2) Co-payment, or out-of-pocket payment654.5
3) Medicaid00.0
4) No payment required327.3
5) Some other way218.2
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7632
Total11100.0
501) Is this Clinic (Rec'd Methods BC or Prescription) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR12)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place26263.1
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly225.3
3) Usually go somewhere else11227.0
4) No usual place163.9
8) Refused10.2
9) Don't know20.5
Missing7228
Total415100.0
502) Is this Clinic (Rec'd Check-up for Birth Control) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR13)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place21170.1
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly144.7
3) Usually go somewhere else5819.3
4) No usual place144.7
8) Refused20.7
9) Don't know20.7
Missing7342
Total301100.0
503) Is this Clinic (Rec'd counselign for BC) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR14)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place20961.7
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly164.7
3) Usually go somewhere else9728.6
4) No usual place133.8
9) Don't know41.2
Missing7304
Total339100.0
504) Is this Clinic (Rec'd counseling for sterilization) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR15)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place4760.3
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly33.8
3) Usually go somewhere else2228.2
4) No usual place45.1
9) Don't know22.6
Missing7565
Total78100.0
505) Is this Clinic (Rec'd EC/prescription) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR16)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place2146.7
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly12.2
3) Usually go somewhere else2146.7
4) No usual place12.2
9) Don't know12.2
Missing7598
Total45100.0
506) Is this Clinic (Rec'd counseling on EC) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR17)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place6050.4
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly65.0
3) Usually go somewhere else4437.0
4) No usual place54.2
9) Don't know43.4
Missing7524
Total119100.0
507) Is this Clinic (Rec'd pregnancy test) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR18)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place28365.4
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly163.7
3) Usually go somewhere else10323.8
4) No usual place276.2
8) Refused20.5
9) Don't know20.5
Missing7210
Total433100.0
508) Is this Clinic (Rec'd an abortion) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR19)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place1326.0
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly24.0
3) Usually go somewhere else3060.0
4) No usual place48.0
8) Refused12.0
Missing7593
Total50100.0
509) Is this Clinic (Rec'd a pap smear) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR20)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place39173.6
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly214.0
3) Usually go somewhere else8816.6
4) No usual place264.9
8) Refused30.6
9) Don't know20.4
Missing7112
Total531100.0
510) Is this Clinic (Rec'd pelvic exam) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR21)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place34571.9
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly204.2
3) Usually go somewhere else8718.1
4) No usual place224.6
8) Refused40.8
9) Don't know20.4
Missing7163
Total480100.0
511) Is this Clinic (Rec'd prenatal) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR22)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place10277.9
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly32.3
3) Usually go somewhere else1813.7
4) No usual place75.3
9) Don't know10.8
Missing7512
Total131100.0
512) Is this Clinic (Rec'd post-pregnancy care) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR23)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place9875.4
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly32.3
3) Usually go somewhere else2015.4
4) No usual place86.2
9) Don't know10.8
Missing7513
Total130100.0
513) Is this Clinic (Rec'd counsel/test/treat/STD) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR24)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place15558.3
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly176.4
3) Usually go somewhere else7929.7
4) No usual place114.1
8) Refused20.8
9) Don't know20.8
Missing7377
Total266100.0
514) Is this Clinic (Rec'd all services in 1 visit) your regular place for medical care, or do you go somewhere else for medical care? (REGCAR25)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place52463.7
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly303.6
3) Usually go somewhere else20024.3
4) No usual place678.1
8) Refused20.2
Missing6820
Total823100.0
515) Did you receive your sterilizing operation from the same clinic you named earlier or from a different clinic? (STCLSAME)
 TOTAL%
1) Same clinic5528.2
2) Different clinic13971.3
8) Refused10.5
Missing7448
Total195100.0
516) Is this clinic your regular place for medical care, or do you usually go somewhere else for medical care? (STREGCAR)
 TOTAL%
1) Regular place34437.9
2) Regular place, but go to more than 1 place regularly333.6
3) Usually go somewhere else44949.4
4) No usual place788.6
8) Refused30.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6735
Total908100.0
517) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Free condoms (from a clinic)? (FCONDOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes60135.0
5) No111464.9
8) Refused10.1
Missing5927
Total1716100.0
518) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Free foam or jelly (from a clinic)? (FFOAM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1186.9
5) No159793.1
8) Refused10.1
Missing5927
Total1716100.0
519) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Free oral contraceptive pills (from a clinic)? (FORAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes33319.4
5) No138180.5
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing5927
Total1716100.0
520) (In the past 12 months, have you received) Reduced-price oral contraceptive pills (from a clinic)? (RORAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1639.5
5) No155290.4
8) Refused10.1
Missing5927
Total1716100.0
521) In the past 12 months, have you paid for any clinic services on a sliding scale based on your income? (SLSCSRV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes23334.3
5) No44365.2
9) Don't know30.4
Missing6964
Total679100.0
522) You told me that in the last 12 months you received (a) birth control service(s) from a doctor or medical care provider. (Were any of these services/Was this) the first birth control service you ever received in your life? (FSTSVC12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes52731.0
5) No116068.3
8) Refused40.2
9) Don't know70.4
Missing5945
Total1698100.0
523) CM Received 1st Birth Control Service [computed] (CMFSTSVC)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15151,342.541,166.88
524) Was it before or after the first time you had intercourse (in [DATE OF FIRST INTERCOURSE])? (B4AFSTIN)
 TOTAL%
1) Before5142.9
2) After6352.9
8) Refused32.5
9) Don't know21.7
Missing7524
Total119100.0
525) How long after your first intercourse did you receive your first birth control service(s)? Was it... (TMAFTIN)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than a month after your first intercourse,213.3
2) One to three months after your first intercourse,16.7
3) Four to twelve months after your first intercourse,213.3
4) More than a year after your first intercourse?533.3
8) Refused16.7
9) Don't know426.7
Missing7628
Total15100.0
526) Please look at Card 25. Where did you receive your first birth control service(s)? (BCPLCFST)
 TOTAL%
1) Private Doctor's office61652.7
2) HMO facility423.6
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic22118.9
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic17815.2
5) Employer or company clinic10.1
6) School or school-based clinic322.7
7) Hospital outpatient clinic252.1
8) Hospital emergency room50.4
9) Hospital regular262.2
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care or walk-in facility20.2
20) Some other place161.4
98) Refused20.2
99) Don't know30.3
Missing6474
Total1169100.0
527) Since your first menstrual period (when you were [AGE AT MENARCHE]), have you ever visited a clinic for any kind of medical or birth control service? (EVERFPC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes37520.7
5) No143279.2
8) Refused20.1
Missing5834
Total1809100.0
528) What kind of medical help did you receive at the clinic? (KNDMDHLP)
 TOTAL%
1) A method or birth control (or prescription)17245.9
2) Birth control counseling287.5
3) Emergency contraception41.1
5) A check-up or test for birth control82.1
6) A pregnancy test287.5
7) An abortion133.5
8) A pap smear or pelvic exam5414.4
9) Post-pregnancy care30.8
10) STD or HIV testing/treatment/Counseling92.4
20) Other5314.1
98) Refused10.3
99) Don't know20.5
Missing7268
Total375100.0
529) (Looking to the future, do/If it were possible would) you, yourself, want to have (a/nother) baby at some time (after this pregnancy is over/in the future)? (RWANT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes444758.2
5) No303239.7
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know1602.1
Total7643100.0
530) (Do you think you probably want or probably do not want/If it were possible do you think you would probably want or probably not want) to have (a/nother) baby at some time (after this pregnancy is over/in the future)? (PROBWANT)
 TOTAL%
1) Probably want6741.9
2) Probably do not want5735.6
8) Refused10.6
9) Don't know3521.9
Missing7483
Total160100.0
531) (If it were possible, would/Looking to the future, does/ Does) (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) want to have (a/nother) baby at some time (after this pregnancy is over/in the future)? Would you say... (PWANT)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes145338.1
2) Probably yes55914.7
3) Probably no45111.8
4) Definitely no130734.3
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know401.0
Missing3831
Total3812100.0
532) Do you and (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) intend to have (a/nother) baby at some time (after this pregnancy is over/in the future)? (Intend refers to what you and your (husband/partner) are actually going to try to do.) (JINTEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes140854.9
5) No109242.6
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know642.5
Missing5077
Total2566100.0
533) Of course, sometimes things do not work out exactly as we intend them to, or something makes us change our minds. In your case, how sure are you that you and (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) will (not) have (a/nother) baby (after this pregnancy is over)? Would you say ... (JSUREINT)
 TOTAL%
1) Very sure138155.2
2) Somewhat sure85934.4
3) Not at all sure25910.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing5143
Total2500100.0
534) (Not counting your current pregnancy,) How many (more) babies do you and (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER) intend to have? (Intend refers to what you and your (husband/partner) are actually going to try to do.) (JINTENDN)
 TOTAL%
0) None40.3
1) 1 child71350.6
2) 2 children47333.6
3) 3 children1258.9
4) 4 children513.6
5) 5 children151.1
6) 6 children50.4
7) 7 children10.1
8) 8 children10.1
10) 10 children30.2
11) 11 children10.1
12) 12 children10.1
13) 13 children10.1
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know130.9
Missing6235
Total1408100.0
535) Many people aren't sure, but still have some idea about the future. As you expect things to work out for you and (NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER), what is the largest number of (additional) babies you and he expect to have (after this pregnancy is over)? (JEXPECTL)
 TOTAL%
0) None22.6
1) 1 child3545.5
2) 2 children1114.3
3) 3 children33.9
4) 4 children79.1
5) 5 children22.6
98) Refused11.3
99) Don't know1620.8
Missing7566
Total77100.0
536) What is the smallest number of (additional) babies you and he expect to have (after this pregnancy is over)? (JEXPECTS)
 TOTAL%
0) None2441.4
1) 1 child2746.6
2) 2 children712.1
Missing7585
Total58100.0
537) Looking to the future, do you intend to have (a/nother) baby at some time (after this pregnancy is over)? (Intend refers to what you are actually going to try to do.) (INTEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes221990.8
5) No1757.2
9) Don't know502.0
Missing5199
Total2444100.0
538) Of course, sometimes things do not work out exactly as we intend them to, or something makes us change our minds. In your case, how sure are you that you will (not) have (a/nother) baby (after this pregnancy is over)? Would you say very sure, somewhat sure, or not at all sure? (SUREINT)
 TOTAL%
1) Very sure121750.8
2) Somewhat sure94439.4
3) Not at all sure2319.6
9) Don't know20.1
Missing5249
Total2394100.0
539) (Not counting your current pregnancy,) How many (more) babies do you intend to have? (INTENDN)
 TOTAL%
0) None642.7
1) 1 child68028.4
2) 2 children106244.4
3) 3 children36515.2
4) 4 children1436.0
5) 5 children371.5
6) 6 children100.4
7) 7 children40.2
9) 9 children20.1
10) 10 children20.1
15) 15 children10.0
33) 33 children10.0
98) Refused30.1
99) Don't know200.8
Missing5249
Total2394100.0
540) Many people aren't sure, but still have some idea about the future. As you expect things to work out for you, what is the largest number of (additional) babies you, yourself, expect to have (after this pregnancy is over)? (EXPECTL)
 TOTAL%
0) None11.4
1) 1 child2535.7
2) 2 children2130.0
3) 3 children912.9
4) 4 children22.9
6) 6 children22.9
8) 8 children11.4
99) Don't know912.9
Missing7573
Total70100.0
541) What is the smallest number of (additional) babies you, yourself, expect to have (after this pregnancy is over)? (EXPECTS)
 TOTAL%
0) None2132.3
1) 1 child3147.7
2) 2 children710.8
4) 4 children11.5
99) Don't know57.7
Missing7578
Total65100.0
542) (During any of your relationships,) (have/did) you (or your husband/or your husband or partner at the time) ever been to a doctor or other medical care provider to talk about ways to help you become pregnant? (HLPPRG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5697.9
5) No659692.0
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing471
Total7172100.0
543) In how many of your relationships did you seek medical help in order to become pregnant? (HOWMANYR)
 TOTAL%
1) One38494.1
2) More than one215.1
8) Refused10.2
9) Don't know20.5
Missing7235
Total408100.0
544) Was that with your current (husband/partner) or another partner? (SEEKWHO1)
 TOTAL%
1) Current husband/partner28589.3
5) Another partner3410.7
Missing7324
Total319100.0
545) Have you sought help with your current (husband/partner)? (SEEKWHO2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1270.6
5) No529.4
Missing7626
Total17100.0
546) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/ previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (1st MENTIONED) (TYPALPG)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice37065.0
2) Infertility testing12021.1
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation396.9
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes71.2
5) Artificial insemination81.4
6) Other types of medical help213.7
8) Refused10.2
9) Don't know30.5
Missing7074
Total569100.0
547) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (2nd MENTIONED) (TYPALPG2)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice288.6
2) Infertility testing19258.9
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation7322.4
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes103.1
5) Artificial insemination41.2
6) Other types of medical help195.8
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7317
Total326100.0
548) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/ previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (3rd MENTIONED) (TYPALPG3)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice63.3
2) Infertility testing63.3
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation12569.4
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes105.6
5) Artificial insemination147.8
6) Other types of medical help1910.6
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7463
Total180100.0
549) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/ previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (4th MENTIONED) (TYPALPG4)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice11.2
2) Infertility testing00.0
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation44.9
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes2631.7
5) Artificial insemination3542.7
6) Other types of medical help1619.5
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7561
Total82100.0
550) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/ previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (5th MENTIONED) (TYPALPG5)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice25.9
2) Infertility testing00.0
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation00.0
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes12.9
5) Artificial insemination1338.2
6) Other types of medical help1852.9
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7609
Total34100.0
551) (Think about all of the medical help you or your partners have ever received to help you become pregnant.) Which of the services shown on Card 52 (have/did) you or (your husband/partner/ previous partner/they) (had/have) (to help you become pregnant)? (6th MENTIONED) (TYPALPG6)
 TOTAL%
1) Advice00.0
2) Infertility testing00.0
3) Drugs to improve your ovulation00.0
4) Surgery to correct blocked tubes00.0
5) Artificial insemination133.3
6) Other types of medical help266.7
8) Refused00.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
552) Who was it that had infertility testing? Was it you, him, or both of you? (WHOTEST)
 TOTAL%
1) You8326.1
3) Him299.1
5) Both of you20664.8
Missing7325
Total318100.0
553) Were you inseminated with sperm from your husband or partner only, from some other donor only, or from both? (WHARTIN)
 TOTAL%
1) Husband or partner6586.7
3) Donor810.7
5) Both husband or partner and donor22.7
Missing7568
Total75100.0
554) Which of these other types of medical help listed on Card 53 did either of you receive for becoming pregnant? (1st MENTIONED) (OMEDHEP)
 TOTAL%
1) You had surgery or drug treatment for endometriosis2324.2
2) In vitro fertilization (IVF)1616.8
3) You had surgery or drug treatment for uterine fibroids11.1
4) You had some other pelvic surgery88.4
5) Other medical help4446.3
9) Don't know33.2
Missing7548
Total95100.0
555) Which of these other types of medical help listed on Card 53 did either of you receive for becoming pregnant? (2nd MENTIONED) (OMEDHEP2)
 TOTAL%
1) You had surgery or drug treatment for endometriosis00.0
2) In vitro fertilization (IVF)312.0
3) You had surgery or drug treatment for uterine fibroids520.0
4) You had some other pelvic surgery832.0
5) Other medical help936.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7618
Total25100.0
556) Which of these other types of medical help listed on Card 53 did either of you receive for becoming pregnant? (3rd MENTIONED) (OMEDHEP3)
 TOTAL%
1) You had surgery or drug treatment for endometriosis00.0
2) In vitro fertilization (IVF)00.0
3) You had surgery or drug treatment for uterine fibroids00.0
4) You had some other pelvic surgery342.9
5) Other medical help457.1
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7636
Total7100.0
557) Which of these other types of medical help listed on Card 53 did either of you receive for becoming pregnant? (5th MENTIONED) (OMEDHEP4)
 TOTAL%
1) You had surgery or drug treatment for endometriosis00.0
2) In vitro fertilization (IVF)00.0
3) You had surgery or drug treatment for uterine fibroids00.0
4) You had some other pelvic surgery00.0
5) Other medical help1100.0
9) Don't know00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
558) Did either of you have private health insurance to cover any of the costs of medical help for becoming pregnant? (INSCOVPG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes42574.7
5) No14124.8
9) Don't know30.5
Missing7074
Total569100.0
559) Date (century month) of First Visit for Medical Help to Get Pregnant (COMPUTED) (CMPGVIS1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5691,301.301,166.33
560) When you first went for medical help (in M/Y for R's 1st visit for medical help to become pregnant), how many months or years had you (and your (husband/partner)) been trying to become pregnant? (NUMBER) (TRYLONG2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5695.4313.28
561) (When you first went for medical help (in M/Y for R's 1st visit for medical help to become pregnant), how many months or years had you (and your (husband/partner)) been trying to become pregnant?) (UNITS - MONTHS OR YEARS) (UN_TRYLG)
 TOTAL%
1) Months20943.8
2) Years26856.2
Missing7166
Total477100.0
562) Are you currently pursuing medical help to become pregnant? (HLPPGNOW)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6912.1
5) No49887.5
8) Refused10.2
9) Don't know10.2
Missing7074
Total569100.0
563) Date (century month) of Last/Most Recent Visit for Medical Help to Get Pregnant (COMPUTED) (CMPGVISL)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5691,834.672,336.57
564) Number of Visits in Last 12 Months for Medical Help to Get Pregnant (COMPUTED) (PRGVISIT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total71690.091.13
565) (Not counting routine check-ups, prenatal care, or advice about a pregnancy,) have you ever been to a doctor or other medical care provider to talk about ways to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (HLPMC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3975.5
5) No676894.4
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing471
Total7172100.0
566) Which of the services shown on Card 54 have you ever received to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (1st MENTIONED) (TYPALMC)
 TOTAL%
1) Instructions to take completed bed rest15338.5
2) Instructions to limit your physical activity7619.1
3) Testing to diagnose problems related to miscarriage7318.4
4) Drugs to prevent miscarriage, such as progesterone suppositories338.3
5) Stitches in your cervix, also known as the ‘Purse-String' procedure92.3
6) Any other types of medical help5112.8
9) Don't know20.5
Missing7246
Total397100.0
567) Which of the services shown on Card 54 have you ever received to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (2nd MENTIONED) (TYPALMC2)
 TOTAL%
1) Instructions to take completed bed rest136.3
2) Instructions to limit your physical activity12560.4
3) Testing to diagnose problems related to miscarriage3014.5
4) Drugs to prevent miscarriage, such as progesterone suppositories2512.1
5) Stitches in your cervix, also known as the ‘Purse-String' procedure31.4
6) Any other types of medical help115.3
Missing7436
Total207100.0
568) Which of the services shown on Card 54 have you ever received to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (3rd MENTIONED) (TYPALMC3)
 TOTAL%
1) Instructions to take completed bed rest33.1
2) Instructions to limit your physical activity44.1
3) Testing to diagnose problems related to miscarriage5152.0
4) Drugs to prevent miscarriage, such as progesterone suppositories2525.5
5) Stitches in your cervix, also known as the ‘Purse-String' procedure55.1
6) Any other types of medical help1010.2
Missing7545
Total98100.0
569) Which of the services shown on Card 54 have you ever received to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (4th MENTIONED) (TYPALMC4)
 TOTAL%
3) Testing to diagnose problems related to miscarriage25.3
4) Drugs to prevent miscarriage, such as progesterone suppositories2873.7
5) Stitches in your cervix, also known as the ‘Purse-String' procedure25.3
6) Any other types of medical help615.8
Missing7605
Total38100.0
570) Which of the services shown on Card 54 have you ever received to help you prevent miscarriage or pregnancy loss? (5th MENTIONED) (TYPALMC5)
 TOTAL%
5) Stitches in your cervix, also known as the ‘Purse-String' procedure640.0
6) Any other types of medical help960.0
Missing7628
Total15100.0
571) When you first went for medical help for preventing miscarriage, how many pregnancies had you lost, if any? (MISCNUM)
 TOTAL%
0) None17945.1
1) 1 pregnancy13133.0
2) 2 pregnancies5213.1
3) 3 pregnancies184.5
4) 4 pregnancies102.5
5) 5 pregnancies30.8
6) 6 pregnancies30.8
99) Don't know10.3
Missing7246
Total397100.0
572) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (1st MENTIONED) (INFRPRB)
 TOTAL%
1) Problems with ovulation17921.1
2) Blocked tubes404.7
3) Other tube or pelvic problems556.5
4) Endometriosis596.9
5) Semen or sperm problems607.1
6) Any other infertility problems182.1
7) None of these problems43751.5
9) Don't know10.1
Missing6794
Total849100.0
573) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (2nd MENTIONED) (INFRPRB2)
 TOTAL%
1) Problems with ovulation95.8
2) Blocked tubes2516.0
3) Other tube or pelvic problems4025.6
4) Endometriosis3019.2
5) Semen or sperm problems3824.4
6) Any other infertility problems149.0
Missing7487
Total156100.0
574) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (3rd MENTIONED) (INFRPRB3)
 TOTAL%
1) Problems with ovulation34.9
2) Blocked tubes23.3
3) Other tube or pelvic problems1219.7
4) Endometriosis1423.0
5) Semen or sperm problems1219.7
6) Any other infertility problems1829.5
Missing7582
Total61100.0
575) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (4th MENTIONED) (INFRPRB4)
 TOTAL%
2) Blocked tubes15.9
3) Other tube or pelvic problems15.9
4) Endometriosis529.4
5) Semen or sperm problems529.4
6) Any other infertility problems529.4
Missing7626
Total17100.0
576) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (5th MENTIONED) (INFRPRB5)
 TOTAL%
5) Semen or sperm problems266.7
6) Any other infertility problems133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
577) Looking at Card 55, when you went for medical help to (become pregnant/ prevent miscarriage/ to become pregnant and prevent miscarriage), were you ever told that you or your husband or partner had any of the following infertility problems shown on the card? (6th MENTIONED) (INFRPRB6)
 TOTAL%
6) Any other infertility problems1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
578) Some women douche after intercourse or at other times, while other women do not. Looking at Card 56, during the past 12 months, that is, since [M/Y of 1 YR before INTERVIEW DATE], how often, if at all, did you douche? (DUCHFREQ)
 TOTAL%
1) Never douched490564.2
2) Douched once a month or less163321.4
3) Douched 2-3 times a month6488.5
4) Douched once a week2172.8
5) Douched 2-3 times a week1381.8
6) Douched 4-6 times a week450.6
7) Douched every day320.4
8) Refused160.2
9) Don't know90.1
Total7643100.0
579) When you douched in the past 12 months, was it only after sexual intercourse, only at other times, or both? (DUCHWHEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Only after sexual intercourse1535.6
2) Only at other times159858.9
3) Both95735.3
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know20.1
Missing4930
Total2713100.0
580) Have you ever been treated for an infection in your fallopian tubes, womb, or ovaries, also called a pelvic infection, pelvic inflammatory disease, or P.I.D.? (PID)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4145.4
5) No721994.5
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know50.1
Total7643100.0
581) Were you having any symptoms, such as pain or vaginal discharge or bleeding, that caused you to go for treatment? (PIDSYMPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes36286.4
5) No5713.6
Missing7224
Total419100.0
582) How many different times have you been treated for a pelvic infection or P.I.D.? (PIDTX)
 TOTAL%
1) 126864.7
2) 27016.9
3) 3276.5
4) 4174.1
5) 571.7
6) 651.2
7) 710.2
8) 841.0
9) 920.5
10) 1010.2
12) 1251.2
15) 1520.5
16) 1610.2
20) 2010.2
99) Don't know30.7
Missing7229
Total414100.0
583) Date (century month) of Last/Most Recent PID Treatment (COMPUTED) (CMPIDLST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4141,466.691,658.29
584) Has a doctor or other medical care provider ever told you that you had diabetes or "sugar"? (DIABETES)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3694.8
5) No726895.1
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know30.0
Total7643100.0
585) Were you ever told you had diabetes when you were not pregnant? (GESTDIAB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes11133.3
5) No22266.7
Missing7310
Total333100.0
586) (You may have already told me this, but) Has a doctor or other medical care provider ever told you had an ovarian cyst? (OVACYST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes104113.6
5) No659786.3
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know20.0
Total7643100.0
587) (You may have already told me this, but) Has a doctor or other medical care provider ever told you had fibroid tumors or myomas in your uterus? (UF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5076.6
5) No712993.3
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know40.1
Total7643100.0
588) (You may have already told me this, but) Has a doctor or other medical care provider ever told you had endometriosis? (ENDO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3975.2
5) No723594.7
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know70.1
Total7643100.0
589) (You may have already told me this, but) Has a doctor or other medical care provider ever told you had problems with ovulation or menstruation? (OVUPROB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes122916.1
5) No640883.8
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know30.0
Total7643100.0
590) The following 2 questions are about other health problems or impairments you may have. Are you limited in any way in any activities because of physical, mental, or emotional problems? (LIMITED)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6969.1
5) No694290.8
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know20.0
Total7643100.0
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591) Do you now have any health problem that requires you to use special equipment, such as a cane, a wheelchair, a special bed, or a special telephone? (EQUIPMNT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1141.5
5) No752698.5
8) Refused30.0
Total7643100.0
592) First, I'll ask you about blood donations you may have made to the Red Cross or other blood banks because all blood donated in recent years has been routinely tested for HIV before it can be used. (Since March 1985,) Have you (ever) donated blood at the Red Cross, at a bloodmobile, at a blood drive, or at other blood banks? (DONBLD85)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes219828.8
5) No543871.2
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know40.1
Total7643100.0
593) (Apart from testing that may have been done with your blood donations,) Have you ever had your blood tested for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS? (HIVTEST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes445858.3
5) No313541.0
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know460.6
Total7643100.0
594) Date (century month) of Last (or Most Recent) HIV Test (COMPUTED) (CMHIVTST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44581,269.72821.26
595) Please look at Card 72. Where did you have that blood test for HIV in [M/Y reported in cmhivtst]? (PLCHIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office197244.2
2) HMO facility2285.1
3) Community health center, community clinic, or public health clinic83018.6
4) Family planning or planned parenthood clinic2164.8
5) Employer or company clinic902.0
6) School or school-based clinic801.8
7) Hospital outpatient clinic3137.0
8) Hospital emergency room691.5
9) Hospital regular room2575.8
10) Urgent care Center, Urgi-Care, or Walk-in facility310.7
11) Your worksite691.5
12) Your home1092.4
20) Some other place1914.3
98) Refused10.0
99) Don't know20.0
Missing3185
Total4458100.0
596) Please look at Card 73. Why did you have that HIV test? (1st MENTIONED) (HIVTST)
 TOTAL%
1) For a hospitalization or surgical procedure2134.8
2) To apply for health or life insurance1974.4
3) Just to find out if you were infected130729.3
4) Because of a referral by a doctor1302.9
5) To apply for a marriage license1312.9
6) Because you were pregnant or because it was part of prenatal care152334.2
7) Some other reason95221.4
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3185
Total4458100.0
597) Please look at Card 73. Why did you have that HIV test? (2nd MENTIONED) (HIVTST2)
 TOTAL%
1) For a hospitalization or surgical procedure104.5
2) To apply for health or life insurance20.9
3) Just to find out if you were infected3917.5
4) Because of a referral by a doctor2913.0
5) To apply for a marriage license83.6
6) Because you were pregnant or because it was part of prenatal care4017.9
7) Some other reason9542.6
Missing7420
Total223100.0
598) Please look at Card 73. Why did you have that HIV test? (3rd MENTIONED) (HIVTST3)
 TOTAL%
3) Just to find out if you were infected216.7
4) Because of a referral by a doctor216.7
6) Because you were pregnant or because it was part of prenatal care650.0
7) Some other reason216.7
Missing7631
Total12100.0
599) Did a doctor or other medical care provider talk with you about AIDS after you had this HIV test? (TALKDOCT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes138931.2
5) No305568.5
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know130.3
Missing3185
Total4458100.0
600) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (1st MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted105375.8
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS1097.8
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes352.5
4) The correct use of condoms171.2
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles70.5
6) Dangers of needle sharing50.4
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)90.6
8) Birth control methods231.7
9) Safe sex practices473.4
10) Other785.6
99) Don't know60.4
Missing6254
Total1389100.0
601) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (2nd MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK2)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted302.6
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS92779.4
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes847.2
4) The correct use of condoms373.2
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles100.9
6) Dangers of needle sharing70.6
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)121.0
8) Birth control methods121.0
9) Safe sex practices403.4
10) Other90.8
Missing6475
Total1168100.0
602) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (3rd MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK3)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted161.6
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS222.2
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes66466.9
4) The correct use of condoms899.0
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles373.7
6) Dangers of needle sharing262.6
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)404.0
8) Birth control methods323.2
9) Safe sex practices545.4
10) Other131.3
Missing6650
Total993100.0
603) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (4th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK4)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted60.7
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS91.1
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes161.9
4) The correct use of condoms43652.7
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles627.5
6) Dangers of needle sharing576.9
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)748.9
8) Birth control methods617.4
9) Safe sex practices9811.9
10) Other81.0
Missing6816
Total827100.0
604) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (5th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK5)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted60.9
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS20.3
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes30.5
4) The correct use of condoms71.1
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles29344.3
6) Dangers of needle sharing7611.5
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)8713.2
8) Birth control methods8312.6
9) Safe sex practices10215.4
10) Other20.3
Missing6982
Total661100.0
605) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (6th MENTIONED (AIDSTLK6)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted10.2
2) How to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS50.9
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes10.2
4) The correct use of condoms30.6
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles71.3
6) Dangers of needle sharing27852.6
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)6412.1
8) Birth control methods6712.7
9) Safe sex practices9518.0
10) Other81.5
Missing7114
Total529100.0
606) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (7th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK7)
 TOTAL%
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes30.7
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles10.2
6) Dangers of needle sharing30.7
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)25663.5
8) Birth control methods5714.1
9) Safe sex practices8019.9
10) Other30.7
Missing7240
Total403100.0
607) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (8th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK8)
 TOTAL%
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles30.9
6) Dangers of needle sharing10.3
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)30.9
8) Birth control methods23875.1
9) Safe sex practices6721.1
10) Other51.6
Missing7326
Total317100.0
608) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (9th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK9)
 TOTAL%
1) How HIV/AIDS is transmitted20.8
3) Other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, or herpes10.4
5) Needle cleaning/using clean needles10.4
6) Dangers of needle sharing31.2
7) Abstinence from sex (not having sex)20.8
8) Birth control methods20.8
9) Safe sex practices23193.1
10) Other62.4
Missing7395
Total248100.0
609) Looking at Card 74, what topics related to HIV or AIDS were covered in the discussion you had with the doctor or other health professional? (10th MENTIONED) (AIDSTLK0)
 TOTAL%
10) Other46100.0
Missing7597
Total46100.0
610) Please tell me if you think the following statement is definitely true, probably true, probably false, or definitely false, or if you don't know whether it is true or false. "There is a treatment available for pregnant women who are infected with the HIV virus to prevent passing the virus to their baby." (RETROVIR)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely true137418.0
2) Probably true193425.3
3) Probably false141918.6
4) Definitely false89411.7
5) Don't know if true or false200326.2
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know160.2
Total7643100.0
611) The last time you were pregnant (before you became pregnant this time), were you tested for the HIV virus when you visited the doctor for prenatal care? (PREGHIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes56966.2
5) No24929.0
6) Never went for prenatal care182.1
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know232.7
Missing6783
Total860100.0
612) Now I have some questions about health insurance and coverage of medical expenses in the past year. Card 75 lists some examples of types of health care coverage. In the past 12 months, that is, since [INTERVIEW MONTH, 2001], was there any time that you did not have any health insurance or coverage? (COVER12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes193325.3
5) No568474.4
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know220.3
Total7643100.0
613) In how many of the past 12 months were you without coverage? (NUMNOCOV)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 Month1477.6
2) 2 Months1085.6
3) 3 Months1507.8
4) 4 Months1055.4
5) 5 Months723.7
6) 6 Months1437.4
7) 7 Months442.3
8) 8 Months673.5
9) 9 Months532.7
10) 10 Months361.9
11) 11 Months512.6
12) 12 Months95049.1
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know60.3
Missing5710
Total1933100.0
614) Card 76 shows different types of health care coverage. In the past 12 months, that is since [INTERVIEW MONTH, 2001], which of these were you covered by? (1ST MENTION) (COVRHOW1)
 TOTAL%
1) A private health insurance plan (from employer or workplace; purchased directly through a state or local government program)510476.3
2) Medicaid98914.8
3) Medicare1552.3
4) Medi-Gap40.1
5) Military health care, including: the VA, Champus, Tricare, Champ-VA981.5
6) Indian health service230.3
7) CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)400.6
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)330.5
9) State-Sponsored health plan801.2
10) Other government health care931.4
98) Refused70.1
99) Don't know671.0
Missing950
Total6693100.0
615) (Card 76 shows different types of health care coverage. In the past 12 months, that is since [INTERVIEW MONTH, 2001], which of these were you covered by?) (2ND MENTION) (COVRHOW2)
 TOTAL%
1) A private health insurance plan (from employer or workplace; purchased directly through a state or local government program)7912.1
2) Medicaid11617.7
3) Medicare568.5
4) Medi-Gap10.2
5) Military health care, including: the VA, Champus, Tricare, Champ-VA314.7
6) Indian health service91.4
7) CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)121.8
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)30646.7
9) State-Sponsored health plan274.1
10) Other government health care182.7
Missing6988
Total655100.0
616) (Card 76 shows different types of health care coverage. In the past 12 months, that is since [INTERVIEW MONTH, 2001], which of these were you covered by?) (3RD MENTION) (COVRHOW3)
 TOTAL%
1) A private health insurance plan (from employer or workplace; purchased directly through a state or local government program)16.7
2) Medicaid16.7
5) Military health care, including: the VA, Champus, Tricare, Champ-VA16.7
6) Indian health service213.3
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)960.0
9) State-Sponsored health plan16.7
Missing7628
Total15100.0
617) Which of these, if any, are you covered by now? (1ST MENTION) (NOWCOVR1)
 TOTAL%
1) A private health insurance plan (from employer or workplace; purchased directly through a state or local government program)84252.3
2) Medicaid24115.0
3) Medicare392.4
5) Military health care, including: the VA, Champus, Tricare, Champ-VA231.4
6) Indian health service20.1
7) CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)140.9
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)70.4
9) State-Sponsored health plan221.4
10) Other government health care201.2
11) Not covered by any insurance34121.2
98) Refused50.3
99) Don't know553.4
Missing6032
Total1611100.0
618) (Which of these, if any, are you covered by now?) (2ND MENTION) (NOWCOVR2)
 TOTAL%
1) A private health insurance plan (from employer or workplace; purchased directly through a state or local government program)122.6
2) Medicaid459.9
3) Medicare4910.8
4) Medi-Gap10.2
5) Military health care, including: the VA, Champus, Tricare, Champ-VA204.4
6) Indian health service92.0
7) CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)81.8
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)29565.0
9) State-Sponsored health plan92.0
10) Other government health care61.3
Missing7189
Total454100.0
619) (Which of these, if any, are you covered by now?) (3RD MENTION) (HOWCOVR3)
 TOTAL%
6) Indian health service112.5
8) Single-service plan (e.g., Dental, Vision, Prescriptions)787.5
Missing7635
Total8100.0
620) Were you born outside of the United States? (BRNOUT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes129917.0
5) No632482.7
8) Refused130.2
9) Don't know70.1
Total7643100.0
621) Year R came to the U.S. to stay(computed) (YRSTRUS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12992,149.841,122.13
622) This next question is about your residence. Are your current living quarters owned or being bought by you or someone in your household, rented for cash, or occupied without payment of cash rent? (PAYDU)
 TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household378849.6
2) Rented383750.2
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know110.1
Total7643100.0
623) Now I have a few questions about religion. Please look at Card 77. In what religion were you raised, if any? (RELRAISD)
 TOTAL%
1) No religion6308.2
2) Catholic279636.6
3) Baptist/Southern Baptist159420.9
4) Methodsist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal, Church of Christ117915.4
5) Fundamentalist Protestant4716.2
6) Other Protestant denomination3564.7
7) Protestant-no specific denomination1952.6
8) Other non-Christian religion3985.2
98) Refused130.2
99) Don't know110.1
Total7643100.0
624) Please look at Card 79. When you were 14, about how often did you usually attend religious services? (ATTND14)
 TOTAL%
1) More than once a week47719.0
2) Once a week87534.8
3) 1-3 times per month37314.8
4) Less than once a month37314.8
5) Never41116.4
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know20.1
Missing5130
Total2513100.0
625) Please look at Card 77. What religion are you now, if any? (RELCURR)
 TOTAL%
1) No religion110714.5
2) Catholic225029.4
3) Baptist/Southern Baptist139618.3
4) Methodsist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal, Church of Christ100113.1
5) Fundamentalist Protestant4936.5
6) Other Protestant denomination5016.6
7) Protestant-no specific denomination4245.5
8) Other non-Christian religion4485.9
98) Refused170.2
99) Don't know60.1
Total7643100.0
626) Please look at Card 80. Which of these do you consider yourself to be, if any? (FUNDAM)
 TOTAL%
1) A born again Christian203731.9
2) A Charismatic1041.6
3) An evangelical1141.8
4) A fundamentalist540.8
5) None of the above405263.5
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know190.3
Missing1261
Total6382100.0
627) Currently, how important is religion in your daily life? Would you say it is very important, somewhat important, or not important? (RELDLIFE)
 TOTAL%
1) Very important386159.1
2) Somewhat important227934.9
3) Not important3825.8
8) Refused80.1
9) Don't know50.1
Missing1108
Total6535100.0
628) Please look at Card 79. About how often do you attend religious services? (ATTNDNOW)
 TOTAL%
1) More than once a week94812.4
2) Once a week163721.4
3) 1-3 times per month127116.6
4) Less than once a month204726.8
5) Never172522.6
8) Refused110.1
9) Don't know40.1
Total7643100.0
629) Now I'm interested in knowing if you've ever worked fulltime, for 6 months or longer. If you've ever taken leave from work, such as family leave, vacations, disability leave, strikes and temporary layoffs, that counts as still working, as long as you were still officially employed. Have you ever worked for pay, full-time, for six months or longer? (EVWRK6MO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes565073.9
5) No198626.0
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total7643100.0
630) Century month R began 1st full time work of 6+ months.(computed) (CMBFSTWK)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total57381,327.431,428.30
631) Since you started that first period of work, has there ever been a time lasting 6 months or longer when you weren't working full-time? (Remember, family leave, disability leave, strikes, temporary layoffs, maternity leave, and similar situations count as working if your employer considered you as still employed there.) (EVRNTWRK)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes308154.5
5) No256545.4
9) Don't know40.1
Missing1993
Total5650100.0
632) Now I'd like to ask about your work experience in the last 12 months. By work, I mean any job for pay that was regularly scheduled, for which you were expected to show up. Please include full-time, part-time, and temporary or summer jobs. In the last 12 months, that is since [INTERVIEW MONTH, 2001], for how many months did you have any job for pay? (WRK12MOS)
 TOTAL%
0) No Months156820.5
1) 1 Month2673.5
2) 2 Months1602.1
3) 3 Months2273.0
4) 4 Months1852.4
5) 5 Months1762.3
6) 6 Months2443.2
7) 7 Months1451.9
8) 8 Months1962.6
9) 9 Months1992.6
10) 10 Months2242.9
11) 11 Months1722.3
12) 12 Months386450.6
98) Refused80.1
99) Don't know80.1
Total7643100.0
633) In the last 12 months, did you work all full-time, all part-time or some of each? (FPT12MOS)
 TOTAL%
1) Full-time357459.0
2) Part-time140523.2
3) Some of each107617.8
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know30.0
Missing1584
Total6059100.0
634) Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else? (1ST MENTION) (DOLSTWK1)
 TOTAL%
1) Working442457.9
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family leave3164.1
3) Unemployed, laid off or looking for work2623.4
4) Keeping house/taking care of family167021.9
5) Going to school6658.7
6) On permanent disability/something else3024.0
98) Refused40.1
Total7643100.0
635) (Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (2ND MENTION) (DOLSTWK2)
 TOTAL%
1) Working1572.8
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family leave1272.3
3) Unemployed, laid off or looking for work751.3
4) Keeping house/taking care of family445979.8
5) Going to school5109.1
6) On permanent disability/something else2624.7
Missing2053
Total5590100.0
636) (Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (3RD MENTION) (DOLSTWK3)
 TOTAL%
1) Working571.7
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family leave210.6
3) Unemployed, laid off or looking for work501.5
4) Keeping house/taking care of family258177.2
5) Going to school2206.6
6) On permanent disability/something else41612.4
Missing4298
Total3345100.0
637) (Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (4TH MENTION) (DOLSTWK4)
 TOTAL%
1) Working111.3
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family leave111.3
3) Unemployed, laid off or looking for work111.3
4) Keeping house/taking care of family17120.3
5) Going to school15218.1
6) On permanent disability/something else48657.7
Missing6801
Total842100.0
638) (Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?)(5TH MENTION) (DOLSTWK5)
 TOTAL%
1) Working11.2
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family leave33.7
3) Unemployed, laid off or looking for work11.2
4) Keeping house/taking care of family44.9
5) Going to school56.2
6) On permanent disability/something else6782.7
Missing7562
Total81100.0
639) (Please look at Card 81. Last week, what were you doing? Were you working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (6TH MENTION) (DOLSTWK6)
 TOTAL%
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, etc./maternity or family150.0
6) On permanent disability/something else150.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
640) Whether R is employed. (computed) (RWRKST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes498865.3
5) No265534.7
Total7643100.0
641) Whether R ever worked at all. (computed) (EVERWORK)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes684089.5
5) No80310.5
Total7643100.0
642) Did you ever work at a job or business for pay on a regular basis? (RPAYJOB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16921.8
5) No60277.7
8) Refused40.5
Missing6868
Total775100.0
643) How many jobs did you work (last week / during the last week you worked)? (RNUMJOB)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 job642491.3
2) 2 jobs5167.3
3) 3 jobs530.8
4) 4 jobs160.2
5) 5 jobs50.1
6) 6 jobs70.1
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know110.2
Missing606
Total7037100.0
644) (Please think about the last week you worked on your (primary) job. Did / At your primary job, do/ Do) you work part-time or full-time, or some of each? By full-time I mean 35 or more hours a week. (RFTPTX)
 TOTAL%
1) Full-time460265.4
2) Part-time208329.6
3) Some of each3334.7
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know140.2
Missing606
Total7037100.0
645) Whether R is currently working or ever worked at all. (computed) (REARNTY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes703792.1
5) No6067.9
Total7643100.0
646) Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER'S NAME) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else? (1ST MENTION) (SPLSTWK1)
 TOTAL%
1) Working322384.5
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, paternity/family leave, etc.1133.0
3) Unemployed, laid off, or looking for work1323.5
4) Keeping house or taking care of family1544.0
5) Other1754.6
98) Refused60.2
99) Don't know90.2
Missing3831
Total3812100.0
647) (Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER'S NAME) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (2ND MENTION) (SPLSTWK2)
 TOTAL%
1) Working552.9
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, paternity/family leave, etc.542.8
3) Unemployed, laid off, or looking for work211.1
4) Keeping house or taking care of family154080.1
5) Other25313.2
Missing5720
Total1923100.0
648) (Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (3RD MENTION) (SPLSTWK3)
 TOTAL%
1) Working131.3
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, paternity/family leave, etc.50.5
3) Unemployed, laid off, or looking for work80.8
4) Keeping house or taking care of family76575.9
5) Other21721.5
Missing6635
Total1008100.0
649) (Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER'S NAME) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (4TH MENTION) (SPLSTWK4)
 TOTAL%
1) Working41.8
2) Not working at job due to temporary illness, vacation, strike, paternity/family leave, etc.10.4
3) Unemployed, laid off, or looking for work20.9
4) Keeping house or taking care of family4620.6
5) Other17076.2
Missing7420
Total223100.0
650) (Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER'S NAME) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (5TH MENTION) (SPLSTWK5)
 TOTAL%
4) Keeping house or taking care of family15.9
5) Other1694.1
Missing7626
Total17100.0
651) (Please look at Card 82. Last week, what was (HUSBAND/PARTNER'S NAME) doing? Was he working, keeping house, going to school, or something else?) (6TH MENTION) (SPLSTWK6)
 TOTAL%
5) Other2100.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
652) Whether husband/partner is employed. (computed) (SPWRKST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes341589.6
5) No39710.4
Missing3831
Total3812100.0
653) Did he ever work at a job or business for pay on a regular basis? (SPPAYJOB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes34386.4
5) No4611.6
8) Refused61.5
9) Don't know20.5
Missing7246
Total397100.0
654) How many jobs did he work (last week/ during the last week he worked)? (SPNUMJOB)
 TOTAL%
1) 1 job341490.8
2) 2 jobs3028.0
3) 3 jobs200.5
4) 4 jobs40.1
5) 5 jobs10.0
6) 6 jobs20.1
9) Don't know150.4
Missing3885
Total3758100.0
655) (Please think about the last week he worked on his (primary) job. Did/At his primary job, does/Does) he work part time or full time, or some of each? By full time I mean 35 or more hours a week. (SPFTPTX)
 TOTAL%
1) Full-time340190.5
2) Part-time2115.6
3) Some of each1363.6
9) Don't know100.3
Missing3885
Total3758100.0
656) Whether husband/partner is currently working or ever worked at all. (computed) (SPEARNTY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes375898.8
5) No461.2
Missing3839
Total3804100.0
657) In the past four weeks (has your child/have any of your children, aged 12 or under,) been cared for in any regular arrangement such as a day care, nursery school, play group, babysitter, after school care, relative, or some other child care arrangement? (By 'regular' I mean at least once a week for a month or more.) (CHCARANY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes186750.5
5) No182349.4
8) Refused30.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3949
Total3694100.0
658) Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks? (1ST MENTION) (CHCARTY1)
 TOTAL%
1) Child's other parent/stepparent1608.6
2) Child's brother/sister 13+623.3
3) Child's brother/sister under 1360.3
4) Child's grandparent54429.1
5) Other relative1648.8
6) Nonrelative or babysitter24413.1
7) Day care center27414.7
8) Nursery/Preschool1256.7
9) Family day care733.9
10) Federally-funded head start program140.7
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)412.2
12) Before or after school care1347.2
13) Child cares for self30.2
14) Other231.2
Missing5776
Total1867100.0
659) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (2ND MENTION) (CHCARTY2)
 TOTAL%
1) Child's other parent/stepparent243.0
2) Child's brother/sister 13+253.2
3) Child's brother/sister under 1370.9
4) Child's grandparent15920.1
5) Other relative12916.3
6) Nonrelative or babysitter10813.7
7) Day care center8410.6
8) Nursery/Preschool567.1
9) Family day care192.4
10) Federally-funded head start program60.8
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)8711.0
12) Before or after school care546.8
13) Child cares for self111.4
14) Other212.7
Missing6853
Total790100.0
660) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (3RD MENTION) (CHCARTY3)
 TOTAL%
1) Child's other parent/stepparent143.9
2) Child's brother/sister 13+30.8
3) Child's brother/sister under 1320.6
4) Child's grandparent298.1
5) Other relative6618.3
6) Nonrelative or babysitter5415.0
7) Day care center3610.0
8) Nursery/Preschool256.9
9) Family day care92.5
10) Federally-funded head start program41.1
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)5013.9
12) Before or after school care4111.4
13) Child cares for self133.6
14) Other143.9
Missing7283
Total360100.0
661) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (4TH MENTION) (CHCARTY4)
 TOTAL%
1) Child's other parent/stepparent32.1
2) Child's brother/sister 13+10.7
3) Child's brother/sister under 1310.7
4) Child's grandparent53.5
5) Other relative96.3
6) Nonrelative or babysitter3423.8
7) Day care center139.1
8) Nursery/Preschool128.4
9) Family day care85.6
10) Federally-funded head start program10.7
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)2517.5
12) Before or after school care1711.9
13) Child cares for self107.0
14) Other42.8
Missing7500
Total143100.0
662) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (5TH MENTION) (CHCARTY5)
 TOTAL%
4) Child's grandparent12.3
6) Nonrelative or babysitter37.0
7) Day care center920.9
8) Nursery/Preschool37.0
9) Family day care37.0
10) Federally-funded head start program12.3
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)920.9
12) Before or after school care818.6
13) Child cares for self24.7
14) Other49.3
Missing7600
Total43100.0
663) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (6TH MENTION) (CHCARTY6)
 TOTAL%
7) Day care center17.7
8) Nursery/Preschool323.1
10) Federally-funded head start program17.7
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)215.4
12) Before or after school care430.8
13) Child cares for self17.7
14) Other17.7
Missing7630
Total13100.0
664) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (7TH MENTION) (CHCARTY7)
 TOTAL%
9) Family day care133.3
12) Before or after school care133.3
13) Child cares for self133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
665) (Please look at Card 83. Which of these, if any, have you used for (any of your children/your child) in the past four weeks?) (8TH MENTION) (CHCARTY8)
 TOTAL%
11) Kindergarten/School (grades 1-12)1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
666) It is better for a person to get married than to go through life being single. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (BETTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree113814.9
2) Agree268735.2
3) Disagree255333.4
4) Strongly disagree89511.7
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree3574.7
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know100.1
Total7643100.0
667) Divorce is usually the best solution when a couple can't seem to work out their marriage problems. (STAYTOG)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree80210.5
2) Agree281736.9
3) Disagree283937.1
4) Strongly disagree98912.9
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree1922.5
8) Refused40.1
Total7643100.0
668) Sexual relations between two adults of the same sex are all right. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (SAMESEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree6848.9
2) Agree255233.4
3) Disagree200926.3
4) Strongly disagree196125.7
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree4175.5
8) Refused110.1
9) Don't know90.1
Total7643100.0
669) Any sexual act between two consenting adults is all right. (ANYACT)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree110114.4
2) Agree446958.5
3) Disagree137418.0
4) Strongly disagree4886.4
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree1902.5
8) Refused100.1
9) Don't know110.1
Total7643100.0
670) It is all right for unmarried 18 year olds to have sexual intercourse if they have strong affection for each other. (SXOK18)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree3704.8
2) Agree353246.2
3) Disagree244532.0
4) Strongly disagree105513.8
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree2283.0
8) Refused80.1
9) Don't know50.1
Total7643100.0
671) It is all right for unmarried 16 year olds to have sexual intercourse if they have strong affection for each other. (SXOK16)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree861.1
2) Agree95312.5
3) Disagree350245.8
4) Strongly disagree296638.8
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree1291.7
8) Refused50.1
9) Don't know20.0
Total7643100.0
672) The rewards of being a parent are worth it, despite the cost and the work it takes. (CHREWARD)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree437357.2
2) Agree279936.6
3) Disagree2273.0
4) Strongly disagree731.0
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree1421.9
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know230.3
Total7643100.0
673) It is okay for an unmarried female to have a child. Would you say you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (CHSUPPOR)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree126416.5
2) Agree408253.4
3) Disagree154720.2
4) Strongly disagree5126.7
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree2283.0
8) Refused70.1
9) Don't know30.0
Total7643100.0
674) Gay or lesbian adults should have the right to adopt children. (GAYADOPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree107214.0
2) Agree317341.5
3) Disagree178523.4
4) Strongly disagree119715.7
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree3865.1
8) Refused100.1
9) Don't know200.3
Total7643100.0
675) A young couple should not live together unless they are married. (OKCOHAB)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree7039.2
2) Agree191325.0
3) Disagree377649.4
4) Strongly disagree102613.4
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree2182.9
8) Refused70.1
Total7643100.0
676) A working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. (WAMR)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree220328.8
2) Agree410853.7
3) Disagree107914.1
4) Strongly disagree1491.9
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree971.3
8) Refused30.0
9) Don't know40.1
Total7643100.0
677) It is much better for everyone if the man earns the main living and the woman takes care of the home and family. (ACHIEVE)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree6108.0
2) Agree191925.1
3) Disagree336444.0
4) Strongly disagree153020.0
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree2062.7
8) Refused60.1
9) Don't know80.1
Total7643100.0
678) It is more important for a man to spend a lot of time with his family than to be successful at his career. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (FAMILY)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree131217.2
2) Agree406553.2
3) Disagree163421.4
4) Strongly disagree1351.8
5) If R insists: neither agree nor disagree4796.3
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know140.2
Total7643100.0
679) If you got pregnant now how would you feel? Would you be very upset, a little upset, a little pleased, or very pleased? (REACTSLF)
 TOTAL%
1) Very upset66758.0
2) A little upset30126.2
3) A little pleased1109.6
4) Very pleased675.8
5) If R insists: She wouldn't care30.3
9) Don't know20.2
Missing6493
Total1150100.0
680) If it turns out that you do not have any children, would that bother you a great deal, some, a little, or not at all? (CHBOTHER)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal128140.3
2) Some92529.1
3) A little44113.9
4) Not at all52316.5
8) Refused40.1
9) Don't know50.2
Missing4464
Total3179100.0
681) Please look at Card 21. What is the chance that if your partner used a condom during sex, you would feel less physical pleasure? (LESSPLSR)
 TOTAL%
1) No chance76630.5
2) A little chance71328.4
3) 50-50 chance52721.0
4) A pretty good chance2439.7
5) An almost certain chance1315.2
8) Refused150.6
9) Don't know1184.7
Missing5130
Total2513100.0
682) Please look at Card 21. What is the chance that it would be embarrassing for you and a new partner to discuss using a condom? (EMBARRAS)
 TOTAL%
1) No chance153861.2
2) A little chance41916.7
3) 50-50 chance2038.1
4) A pretty good chance1847.3
5) An almost certain chance1325.3
8) Refused120.5
9) Don't know251.0
Missing5130
Total2513100.0
683) Please look at Card 21. What is the chance that if a new partner used a condom, you would appreciate it? (APPREC1)
 TOTAL%
1) No chance813.2
2) A little chance622.5
3) 50-50 chance963.8
4) A pretty good chance50320.0
5) An almost certain chance172068.4
8) Refused140.6
9) Don't know371.5
Missing5130
Total2513100.0
684) In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive any wages and salaries, including tips, bonuses and overtime? (WAGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes617380.8
5) No133717.5
7) No Ascertained70.1
8) Refused811.1
9) Don't know450.6
Total7643100.0
685) In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive any income from self employment including business and farm income? (SELFINC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes146219.1
5) No606179.3
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused620.8
9) Don't know510.7
Total7643100.0
686) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from Social Security or Railroad Retirement? (SOCSEC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6368.3
5) No688290.0
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused500.7
9) Don't know680.9
Total7643100.0
687) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from any disability pension (other than Social Security or Railroad Retirement)? (DISABIL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3865.1
5) No715993.7
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused440.6
9) Don't know470.6
Total7643100.0
688) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from any retirement or survivor pension (other than Social Security or Railroad Retirement)? (RETIRE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2573.4
5) No728595.3
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused390.5
9) Don't know550.7
Total7643100.0
689) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? (SSI)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4295.6
5) No708992.8
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused460.6
9) Don't know720.9
Total7643100.0
690) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from unemployment compensation? (UNEMP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6478.5
5) No688990.1
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused410.5
9) Don't know590.8
Total7643100.0
691) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from child support? (CHLDSUPP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes109014.3
5) No648584.8
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused350.5
9) Don't know260.3
Total7643100.0
692) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from interest from savings or other bank accounts? (INTEREST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes233030.5
5) No512767.1
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused510.7
9) Don't know1281.7
Total7643100.0
693) (In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive) any income from dividends received from stocks or mutual funds, or net rental income from property, royalties, estates or trusts? (DIVIDEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes136217.8
5) No609779.8
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused520.7
9) Don't know1251.6
Total7643100.0
694) In the year 2001, did you (or any members of your family living here) receive any income from any other source, such as alimony, contributions from family or others, Veteran's Administration (VA) payments, or Worker's Compensation? (OTHINC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4626.0
5) No703192.0
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused480.6
9) Don't know951.2
Total7643100.0
695) The next question will ask about (your total income/ the total combined income of your family) in the year 2001. Remember, this item is important and your answers will be kept confidential. Will it be easier for you to report the total income per week, per month, or per year? (TOINCWMY)
 TOTAL%
1) Weekly163921.4
2) Monthly203126.6
3) Yearly396651.9
7) Not ascertained70.1
Total7643100.0
696) Which category on represents (your total (weekly/monthly/yearly) income/ the total combined (weekly/monthly/yearly) income of your family) in the year 2001, including income from all the sources you just went through, such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives, and so forth? Please enter the amount before taxes. (TOTINC)
 TOTAL%
1) Under $96 (Weekly)/under $417 (Monthly)/under $5,000 (Yearly)2873.8
2) $96-$143 (Weekly)/$417-624 (Monthly)/ $5,000-7,499 (Yearly)2813.7
3) $144-191 (Weekly)/$625-832 (Monthly)/$7,500-9,999 (Yearly)2373.1
4) $192-239 (Weekly)/$833-1,041 (Monthly)/$10,000-12,499 (Yearly)3845.0
5) $240-288 (Weekly)/$1,042-1,249 (Monthly)/$12,500-14,999 (Yearly)4015.2
6) $289-384 (Weekly)/$1,250-1,666 (Monthly)/$15,000-19,999 (Yearly)4976.5
7) $385-480 (Weekly)/$1,667-2,082 (Monthly)/$20,000-24,999 (Yearly)5216.8
8) $481-576 (Weekly)/$2,083-2,499 (Monthly)/$25,000-29,999 (Yearly)5377.0
9) $577-672 (Weekly)/$2,500-2,916 (Monthly)/$30,000-34,999 (Yearly)5477.2
10) $673-768 (Weekly)/$2,917-3,332 (Monthly)/$35,000-39,999 (Yearly)4125.4
11) $769-961 (Weekly)/$3,333-4,166 (Monthly)/$40,000-49,999(Yearly)5997.8
12) $962-1,153 (Weekly)/$4,167-4,999 (Monthly)/$50,000-59,999 (Yearly)6057.9
13) $1,154-1,441 (Weekly)/$5,000-6,249 (Monthly)/$60,000-74,999 (Yearly)5757.5
14) $1,442 or more (Weekly)/$6,250 or more (Monthly)/$75,000 or more (Yearly)113014.8
97) Not ascertained70.1
98) Refused2573.4
99) Don't know3664.8
Total7643100.0
697) At any time in the year 2001, even for one month, did you or any members of your family living here receive any government payments because your income was low, such as public assistance or welfare? (PUBASST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes82710.8
5) No663986.9
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused731.0
9) Don't know971.3
Total7643100.0
698) In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive welfare or public assistance payments sometimes called Aid to Families with Dependent children (AFDC), Aid to Dependent children (ADC), or some other type of assistance payments? [1st MENTIONED] (PUBASTY1)
 TOTAL%
1) Your state's public assistance program47556.9
2) General assistance/emergency assistance/other assistance32438.8
7) Not ascertained70.8
8) Refused91.1
9) Don't know202.4
Missing6808
Total835100.0
699) In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive food stamps? (FOODSTMP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes112214.7
5) No643384.2
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused500.7
9) Don't know310.4
Total7643100.0
700) In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive WIC, the Women, Infants, and children Nutrition Program? (WIC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes109214.3
5) No647284.7
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused390.5
9) Don't know330.4
Total7643100.0
701) In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive the following type of government assistance because your income was low... (HLPTRANS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2663.5
5) No727295.1
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused460.6
9) Don't know520.7
Total7643100.0
702) (In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive the following type of government assistance because your income was low...) Any child care services or assistance so you or they could go to work or school or training? (HLPCHLDC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4766.2
5) No708492.7
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused410.5
9) Don't know350.5
Total7643100.0
703) (In the year 2001, did you or any members of your family living here receive the following type of government assistance because your income was low...) A social services or Welfare office's help with job training, a job Club, a job search program, or anything else to help you or anyone in the household try to find a job? (HLPJOB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4105.4
5) No714893.5
7) Not ascertained70.1
8) Refused340.4
9) Don't know440.6
Total7643100.0
704) R's age at interview (AGER)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total764329.508.43
705) Formal (legal) marital status (FMARITAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Married308040.3
2) Widowed510.7
3) Divorced6869.0
4) Separated3094.0
5) Never married351746.0
Total7643100.0
706) Education (number of years of schooling) (EDUCAT)
 TOTAL%
9) 9th grade or Less99313.0
10) 10th grade5427.1
11) 11th grade5537.2
12) 12th grade179223.4
13) 1 Year of College/grad school80510.5
14) 2 years of College/grad school83510.9
15) 3 years of College/grad school4355.7
16) 4 years of College/grad school92012.0
17) 5 years of College/grad school3034.0
18) 6 years of College/grad school2353.1
19) 7+ years of College/grad school2303.0
Total7643100.0
707) Highest completed year of school or highest degree received (HIEDUC)
 TOTAL%
5) 9th grade or Less80610.5
6) 10th grade4505.9
7) 11th grade4155.4
8) 12th grade, no Diploma (nor GED)320.4
9) High school graduate (Diploma or GED)217128.4
10) Some college but no degree162421.2
11) Associate degree in College/University5537.2
12) Bachelor's Degree117115.3
13) Master's Degree2953.9
14) Doctorate Degree340.4
15) Professional Degree921.2
Total7643100.0
708) Hispanic origin of respondent (HISPANIC)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic158920.8
2) Non-Hispanic605479.2
Total7643100.0
709) Race of respondent (RACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black167021.9
2) White529269.2
3) Other6818.9
Total7643100.0
710) Race & Hispanic origin of respondent (HISPRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic158920.8
2) Non-Hispanic White413954.2
3) Non-Hispanic Black153020.0
4) Non-Hispanic Other3855.0
Total7643100.0
711) Number of bio/adopt/related/legal children under age 18 in Household (NUMKDHH)
 TOTAL%
0) No children356346.6
1) 1 child163621.4
2) 2 children150019.6
3) 3 children6668.7
4) 4 children1962.6
5) 5 children or More821.1
Total7643100.0
712) Number of family members in household (NUMFMHH)
 TOTAL%
0) No family members94212.3
1) 1 family member171622.5
2) 2 family members182623.9
3) 3 family members174022.8
4) 4 family members90611.9
5) 5 family members3134.1
6) 6 family members1181.5
7) 7 family members or More781.0
8) Refused40.1
Total7643100.0
713) Intact status of childhood family (INTCTFAM)
 TOTAL%
1) Two biological or adoptive parents from birth479962.8
2) Anything other than 2 biological or adoptive parents from birth284437.2
Total7643100.0
714) Parental living situation at age 14 (PARAGE14)
 TOTAL%
1) R lived with both biological or adoptive parents at age 14527969.1
2) R lived with 1 biological parent and 1 adoptive or step parent at age 147349.6
3) R lived in any other parental situation or a nonparental situation at age 14163021.3
Total7643100.0
715) Mother's (or mother-figure's) education (EDUCMOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school202426.5
2) High school grad or GED258333.8
3) Some College165021.6
4) Bachelor's degree or higher133617.5
95) No mother-figure500.7
Total7643100.0
716) Age of mother (or mother-figure) at first birth (AGEMOMB1)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years133217.4
2) 18-19 years153320.1
3) 20-24 years301739.5
4) 25-29 years119215.6
5) 30 or older4666.1
96) Mother-figure had no children1031.3
Total7643100.0
717) Whether R is currently pregnant (RCURPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes (currently pregnant)3524.6
2) No (not currently pregnant)729195.4
Total7643100.0
718) CAPI-based total number of pregnancies (PREGNUM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76431.781.85
719) CAPI-based total number of completed pregnancies (COMPREG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76431.731.84
720) CAPI-based total # of spontaneous pregnancy losses (LOSSNUM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49450.450.86
721) CAPI-based total # of induced abortions (ABORTION)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49450.380.81
722) CAPI-based total # of pregnancies ending in live birth (LBPREGS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49451.851.22
723) CAPI-based total # of live births (accounting for mult birth) (PARITY)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76431.221.39
724) Number of live births in last 5 years (BIRTHS5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49450.570.73
725) Outcome of pregnancy - 1st (OUTCOM1)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth336666.9
2) Induced abortion83516.6
3) Stillbirth410.8
4) Miscarriage65513.0
5) Ectopic pregnancy481.0
6) Current pregnancy881.7
Missing2610
Total5033100.0
726) Outcome of pregnancy - 2nd (OUTCOM2)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth269171.5
2) Induced abortion40710.8
3) Stillbirth320.8
4) Miscarriage47512.6
5) Ectopic pregnancy571.5
6) Current pregnancy1042.8
Missing3877
Total3766100.0
727) Outcome of pregnancy - 3rd (OUTCOM3)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth159968.5
2) Induced abortion25110.8
3) Stillbirth180.8
4) Miscarriage34214.7
5) Ectopic pregnancy431.8
6) Current pregnancy813.5
Missing5309
Total2334100.0
728) Outcome of pregnancy - 4th (OUTCOM4)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth79164.6
2) Induced abortion15112.3
3) Stillbirth151.2
4) Miscarriage20416.7
5) Ectopic pregnancy252.0
6) Current pregnancy383.1
Missing6419
Total1224100.0
729) Outcome of pregnancy – 5th (OUTCOM5)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth37761.5
2) Induced abortion9816.0
3) Stillbirth71.1
4) Miscarriage10417.0
5) Ectopic pregnancy101.6
6) Current pregnancy172.8
Missing7030
Total613100.0
730) Outcome of pregnancy – 6th (OUTCOM6)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth17857.8
2) Induced abortion4414.3
3) Stillbirth41.3
4) Miscarriage7022.7
5) Ectopic pregnancy41.3
6) Current pregnancy82.6
Missing7335
Total308100.0
731) Outcome of pregnancy – 7th (OUTCOM7)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth7547.5
2) Induced abortion3924.7
3) Stillbirth21.3
4) Miscarriage2817.7
5) Ectopic pregnancy31.9
6) Current pregnancy117.0
Missing7485
Total158100.0
732) Outcome of pregnancy – 8th (OUTCOM8)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth3848.7
2) Induced abortion1924.4
4) Miscarriage1924.4
6) Current pregnancy22.6
Missing7565
Total78100.0
733) Outcome of pregnancy – 9th (OUTCOM9)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth1950.0
2) Induced abortion923.7
4) Miscarriage821.1
6) Current pregnancy25.3
Missing7605
Total38100.0
734) Outcome of pregnancy – 10th (OUTCOM10)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth635.3
2) Induced abortion635.3
4) Miscarriage529.4
Missing7626
Total17100.0
735) Outcome of pregnancy – 11th (OUTCOM11)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth562.5
2) Induced abortion225.0
4) Miscarriage112.5
Missing7635
Total8100.0
736) Outcome of pregnancy – 12th (OUTCOM12)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth240.0
2) Induced abortion120.0
3) Stillbirth120.0
4) Miscarriage120.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
737) Outcome of pregnancy – 13th (OUTCOM13)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage3100.0
Missing7640
Total3100.0
738) Outcome of pregnancy – 14th (OUTCOM14)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage266.7
6) Current pregnancy133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
739) Outcome of pregnancy – 15th (OUTCOM15)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
740) Outcome of pregnancy – 16th (OUTCOM16)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
741) Outcome of pregnancy – 17th (OUTCOM17)
 TOTAL%
1) Live birth1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
742) Outcome of pregnancy – 18th (OUTCOM18)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
743) Outcome of pregnancy – 19th (OUTCOM19)
 TOTAL%
4) Miscarriage1100.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
744) CM date when pregnancy ended – 1st (DATEND1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49451,098.9985.25
745) CM date when pregnancy ended – 2nd (DATEND2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total36621,119.7977.10
746) CM date when pregnancy ended – 3rd (DATEND3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total22531,133.6771.06
747) CM date when pregnancy ended – 4th (DATEND4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11861,142.6367.70
748) CM date when pregnancy ended – 5th (DATEND5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5961,149.1164.61
749) CM date when pregnancy ended – 6th (DATEND6)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3001,150.7763.48
750) CM date when pregnancy ended – 7th (DATEND7)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1471,160.9660.47
751) CM date when pregnancy ended – 8th (DATEND8)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total761,163.4960.29
752) CM date when pregnancy ended – 9th (DATEND9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total361,163.1151.13
753) CM date when pregnancy ended – 10th (DATEND10)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total171,173.2954.56
754) CM date when pregnancy ended – 11th (DATEND11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81,149.5055.99
755) CM date when pregnancy ended – 12th (DATEND12)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total51,132.8048.63
756) CM date when pregnancy ended – 13th (DATEND13)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,126.0033.05
757) CM date when pregnancy ended – 14th (DATEND14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total21,121.009.90
758) CM date when pregnancy ended – 15th (DATEND15)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,123.000.00
759) CM date when pregnancy ended – 16th (DATEND16)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,129.000.00
760) CM date when pregnancy ended –17th (DATEND17)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,141.000.00
761) CM date when pregnancy ended – 18th (DATEND18)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,144.000.00
762) CM date when pregnancy ended – 19th (DATEND19)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,150.000.00
763) Age when pregnancy ended - 1st (AGEPRG1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total49452,198.07513.55
764) Age when pregnancy ended – 2nd (AGEPRG2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total36622,477.58534.33
765) Age when pregnancy ended – 3rd (AGEPRG3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total22532,659.94535.20
766) Age when pregnancy ended – 4th (AGEPRG4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11862,781.81550.71
767) Age when pregnancy ended – 5th (AGEPRG5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5962,838.96548.44
768) Age when pregnancy ended – 6th (AGEPRG6)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3002,864.45530.52
769) Age when pregnancy ended – 7th (AGEPRG7)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1472,987.34536.53
770) Age when pregnancy ended – 8th (AGEPRG8)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total763,052.43542.55
771) Age when pregnancy ended – 9th (AGEPRG9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total363,121.36508.82
772) Age when pregnancy ended – 10th (AGEPRG10)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total173,070.29448.61
773) Age when pregnancy ended – 11th (AGEPRG11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total82,875.75257.40
774) Age when pregnancy ended – 12th (AGEPRG12)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total52,916.40269.29
775) Age when pregnancy ended – 13th (AGEPRG13)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total32,991.67250.42
776) Age when pregnancy ended – 14th (AGEPRG14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total22,954.0029.70
777) Age when pregnancy ended – 15th (AGEPRG15)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,008.000.00
778) Age when pregnancy ended – 16th (AGEPRG16)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,058.000.00
779) Age when pregnancy ended – 17th (AGEPRG17)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,158.000.00
780) Age when pregnancy ended – 18th (AGEPRG18)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,183.000.00
781) Age when pregnancy ended – 19th (AGEPRG19)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,233.000.00
782) CM date when pregnancy began - 1st (DATCON1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total50331,094.6586.11
783) CM date when pregnancy began – 2nd (DATCON2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37661,115.7978.23
784) CM date when pregnancy began – 3rd (DATCON3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total23341,130.2472.33
785) CM date when pregnancy began – 4th (DATCON4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12241,138.8068.69
786) CM date when pregnancy began – 5th (DATCON5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6131,145.0765.34
787) CM date when pregnancy began – 6th (DATCON6)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3081,146.7764.39
788) CM date when pregnancy began – 7th (DATCON7)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1581,160.4461.78
789) CM date when pregnancy began – 8th (DATCON8)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total781,159.7161.05
790) CM date when pregnancy began – 9th (DATCON9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total381,161.1852.56
791) CM date when pregnancy began – 10th (DATCON10)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total171,168.5356.27
792) CM date when pregnancy began – 11th (DATCON11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81,143.3853.45
793) CM date when pregnancy began – 12th (DATCON12)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total51,127.6048.94
794) CM date when pregnancy began – 13th (DATCON13)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,123.6733.02
795) CM date when pregnancy began – 14th (DATCON14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,153.3365.16
796) CM date when pregnancy began – 15th (DATCON15)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,122.000.00
797) CM date when pregnancy began – 16th (DATCON16)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,128.000.00
798) CM date when pregnancy began – 17th (DATCON17)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,132.000.00
799) CM date when pregnancy began – 18th (DATCON18)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,143.000.00
800) CM date when pregnancy began – 19th (DATCON19)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,149.000.00
801) Age when pregnancy began - 1st (AGECON1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total50332,147.72514.63
802) Age when pregnancy began – 2nd (AGECON2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37662,425.26535.21
803) Age when pregnancy began – 3rd (AGECON3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total23342,609.94535.90
804) Age when pregnancy began – 4th (AGECON4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12242,736.89554.21
805) Age when pregnancy began – 5th (AGECON5V)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6132,790.49549.53
806) Age when pregnancy began – 6th (AGECON6)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3082,824.97537.53
807) Age when pregnancy began – 7th (AGECON7)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1582,943.70537.41
808) Age when pregnancy began – 8th (AGECON8)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total783,019.65560.82
809) Age when pregnancy began – 9th (AGECON9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total383,059.76527.11
810) Age when pregnancy began – 10th (AGECON10)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total173,030.53456.58
811) Age when pregnancy began – 11th (AGECON11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total82,824.63252.19
812) Age when pregnancy began – 12th (AGECON12)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total52,873.00255.33
813) Age when pregnancy began – 13th (AGECON13)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total32,972.00250.73
814) Age when pregnancy began – 14th (AGECON14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total33,219.00532.53
815) Age when pregnancy began – 15th (AGECON15)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,000.000.00
816) Age when pregnancy began – 16th (AGECON16)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,050.000.00
817) Age when pregnancy began – 17th (AGECON17)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,083.000.00
818) Age when pregnancy began – 18th (AGECON18)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,175.000.00
819) Age when pregnancy began – 19th (AGECON19)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13,225.000.00
820) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended - 1st (MAROUT1)
 TOTAL%
1) Married203941.2
2) Divorced992.0
3) Widowed30.1
4) Separated260.5
5) Never married277856.2
Missing2698
Total4945100.0
821) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 2nd (MAROUT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Married196853.7
2) Divorced1804.9
3) Widowed70.2
4) Separated401.1
5) Never married146740.1
Missing3981
Total3662100.0
822) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 3rd (MAROUT3)
 TOTAL%
1) Married123955.0
2) Divorced1858.2
3) Widowed50.2
4) Separated421.9
5) Never married78134.7
Missing5391
Total2252100.0
823) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 4th (MAROUT4)
 TOTAL%
1) Married62352.5
2) Divorced12210.3
3) Widowed60.5
4) Separated353.0
5) Never married40033.7
Missing6457
Total1186100.0
824) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 5th (MAROUT5)
 TOTAL%
1) Married28748.2
2) Divorced6410.7
3) Widowed61.0
4) Separated284.7
5) Never married21135.4
Missing7047
Total596100.0
825) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 6th (MAROUT6)
 TOTAL%
1) Married13043.3
2) Divorced3311.0
3) Widowed10.3
4) Separated248.0
5) Never married11237.3
Missing7343
Total300100.0
826) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 7th (MAROUT7)
 TOTAL%
1) Married5940.1
2) Divorced2617.7
3) Widowed21.4
4) Separated128.2
5) Never married4832.7
Missing7496
Total147100.0
827) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 8th (MAROUT8)
 TOTAL%
1) Married3444.7
2) Divorced1013.2
3) Widowed11.3
4) Separated79.2
5) Never married2431.6
Missing7567
Total76100.0
828) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 9th (MAROUT9)
 TOTAL%
1) Married1850.0
2) Divorced616.7
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated12.8
5) Never married1130.6
Missing7607
Total36100.0
829) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 10th (MAROUT10)
 TOTAL%
1) Married741.2
2) Divorced15.9
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated317.6
5) Never married635.3
Missing7626
Total17100.0
830) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 11th (MAROUT11)
 TOTAL%
1) Married225.0
2) Divorced112.5
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated112.5
5) Never married450.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
831) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 12th (MAROUT12)
 TOTAL%
1) Married120.0
2) Divorced120.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married360.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
832) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 13th (MAROUT13)
 TOTAL%
1) Married133.3
2) Divorced133.3
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
833) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 14th (MAROUT14)
 TOTAL%
1) Married150.0
2) Divorced150.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
834) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 15th (MAROUT15)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
835) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 16th (MAROUT16)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
836) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 17th (MAROUT17)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
837) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 18th (MAROUT18)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
838) Formal marital status when pregnancy ended – 19th (MAROUT19)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
839) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended - 1st (RMROUT1)
 TOTAL%
1) Married202040.8
2) Divorced721.5
3) Widowed20.0
4) Separated250.5
5) Cohabiting79416.1
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome203241.1
Missing2698
Total4945100.0
840) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 2nd (RMROUT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Married195853.5
2) Divorced1373.7
3) Widowed60.2
4) Separated371.0
5) Cohabiting45812.5
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome106629.1
Missing3981
Total3662100.0
841) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 3rd (RMROUT3)
 TOTAL%
1) Married122854.5
2) Divorced1436.3
3) Widowed40.2
4) Separated361.6
5) Cohabiting32514.4
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome51722.9
Missing5390
Total2253100.0
842) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 4th (RMROUT4)
 TOTAL%
1) Married61752.0
2) Divorced857.2
3) Widowed30.3
4) Separated272.3
5) Cohabiting20517.3
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome24921.0
Missing6457
Total1186100.0
843) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 5th (RMROUT5)
 TOTAL%
1) Married27946.8
2) Divorced427.0
3) Widowed40.7
4) Separated223.7
5) Cohabiting11218.8
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome13723.0
Missing7047
Total596100.0
844) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 6th (RMROUT6)
 TOTAL%
1) Married12642.0
2) Divorced237.7
3) Widowed10.3
4) Separated175.7
5) Cohabiting5719.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome7625.3
Missing7343
Total300100.0
845) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 7th (RMROUT7)
 TOTAL%
1) Married5738.8
2) Divorced1912.9
3) Widowed21.4
4) Separated85.4
5) Cohabiting3423.1
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome2718.4
Missing7496
Total147100.0
846) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 8th (RMROUT8)
 TOTAL%
1) Married3444.7
2) Divorced810.5
3) Widowed11.3
4) Separated56.6
5) Cohabiting1418.4
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome1418.4
Missing7567
Total76100.0
847) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 9th (RMROUT9)
 TOTAL%
1) Married1850.0
2) Divorced411.1
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated12.8
5) Cohabiting616.7
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome719.4
Missing7607
Total36100.0
848) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 10th (RMROUT10)
 TOTAL%
1) Married741.2
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated317.6
5) Cohabiting423.5
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome317.6
Missing7626
Total17100.0
849) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 11th (RMROUT11)
 TOTAL%
1) Married225.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated112.5
5) Cohabiting337.5
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome225.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
850) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 12th (RMROUT12)
 TOTAL%
1) Married120.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting360.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome120.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
851) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 13th (RMROUT13)
 TOTAL%
1) Married133.3
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting133.3
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
852) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 14th (RMROUT14)
 TOTAL%
1) Married150.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting150.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
853) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 15th (RMROUT15)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting1100.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
854) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 16th (RMROUT16)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting1100.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
855) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 17th (RMROUT17)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting1100.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
856) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 18th (RMROUT18)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting1100.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
857) Informal marital status when pregnancy ended – 19th (RMROUT19)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced00.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Cohabiting1100.0
6) Never married, not cohabiting at time of pregnancy outcome00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
858) Formal marital status when pregnancy began - 1st (MARCON1)
 TOTAL%
1) Married170533.9
2) Divorced971.9
3) Widowed40.1
4) Separated120.2
5) Never married321563.9
Missing2610
Total5033100.0
859) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 2nd (MARCON2)
 TOTAL%
1) Married189550.3
2) Divorced1905.0
3) Widowed70.2
4) Separated391.0
5) Never married163543.4
Missing3877
Total3766100.0
860) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 3rd (MARCON3)
 TOTAL%
1) Married120851.8
2) Divorced2088.9
3) Widowed50.2
4) Separated411.8
5) Never married87237.4
Missing5309
Total2334100.0
861) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 4th (MARCON4)
 TOTAL%
1) Married62451.0
2) Divorced13811.3
3) Widowed40.3
4) Separated312.5
5) Never married42734.9
Missing6419
Total1224100.0
862) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 5th (MARCON5)
 TOTAL%
1) Married28646.7
2) Divorced7011.4
3) Widowed40.7
4) Separated284.6
5) Never married22536.7
Missing7030
Total613100.0
863) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 6thD (MARCON6)
 TOTAL%
1) Married13142.5
2) Divorced3310.7
3) Widowed10.3
4) Separated247.8
5) Never married11938.6
Missing7335
Total308100.0
864) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 7th (MARCON7)
 TOTAL%
1) Married6239.2
2) Divorced2817.7
3) Widowed21.3
4) Separated148.9
5) Never married5232.9
Missing7485
Total158100.0
865) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 8th (MARCON8)
 TOTAL%
1) Married3443.6
2) Divorced1114.1
3) Widowed11.3
4) Separated79.0
5) Never married2532.1
Missing7565
Total78100.0
866) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 9th (MARCON9)
 TOTAL%
1) Married1847.4
2) Divorced718.4
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated25.3
5) Never married1128.9
Missing7605
Total38100.0
867) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 10th (MARCON10)
 TOTAL%
1) Married635.3
2) Divorced211.8
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated317.6
5) Never married635.3
Missing7626
Total17100.0
868) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 11th (MARCON11)
 TOTAL%
1) Married225.0
2) Divorced112.5
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated112.5
5) Never married450.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
869) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 12th (MARCON12)
 TOTAL%
1) Married120.0
2) Divorced120.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married360.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
870) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 13th (MARCON13)
 TOTAL%
1) Married133.3
2) Divorced133.3
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
871) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 14th (MARCON14)
 TOTAL%
1) Married133.3
2) Divorced133.3
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married133.3
Missing7640
Total3100.0
872) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 15th (MARCON15)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
873) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 16th (MARCON16)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
874) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 17th (MARCON17)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
875) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 18th (MARCON18)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
876) Formal marital status when pregnancy began – 19th (MARCON19)
 TOTAL%
1) Married00.0
2) Divorced1100.0
3) Widowed00.0
4) Separated00.0
5) Never married00.0
Missing7642
Total1100.0
877) Number of children born out of wedlock (CEBOW)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44130.881.17
878) Number of children born in cohabiting unions (CEBOWC)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44130.310.72
879) CM date of 1st live birth (DATBABY1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44131,108.9581.51
880) Age at 1st live birth (AGEBABY1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total44132,308.44529.14
881) Living arrangements of 1st liveborn child (LIV1CHLD)
 TOTAL%
1) Child lives with R411793.3
2) Child is dead421.0
3) Child lives with adoptive parents/family260.6
4) Child lives with biologically father791.8
5) Child's living arrangements are other or unknown1493.4
Missing3230
Total4413100.0
882) Informal marital status (RMARITAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Currently married308040.3
2) Not married but living with opposite sex partner7329.6
3) Widowed490.6
4) Divorced5577.3
5) Separated for reasons of marital discord2793.7
6) Never been married294638.5
Total7643100.0
883) Number of times R has been married (FMARNO)
 TOTAL%
0) Never been married351746.0
1) 1 Time343645.0
2) 2 times5827.6
3) 3 times901.2
4) 4 times150.2
5) 5 times30.0
Total7643100.0
884) CM date when marriage began - 1st (MARDAT01)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total41261,102.3584.46
885) CM date when marriage began – 2nd (MARDAT02)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6901,134.3168.89
886) CM date when marriage began – 3rd (MARDAT03)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1081,149.1853.03
887) CM date when marriage began – 4th (MARDAT04)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total181,190.6739.91
888) CM date when marriage began – 5th (MARDAT05)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,225.336.03
889) CM date when marriage ended - 1st (MARDIS01)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15501,118.8076.01
890) CM date when marriage ended – 2nd (MARDIS02)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2581,143.7860.49
891) CM date when marriage ended – 3rd (MARDIS03)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total461,178.2237.29
892) CM date when marriage ended – 4th (MARDIS04)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total91,200.7832.24
893) CM date when marriage ended – 5th (MARDIS05)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total21,233.000.00
894) How marriage ended - 1st (MAREND01)
 TOTAL%
1) Divorced or annulled123279.5
2) Separated26016.8
3) Widowed583.7
Missing6093
Total1550100.0
895) How marriage ended – 2nd (MAREDN02)
 TOTAL%
1) Divorced or annulled21181.8
2) Separated3614.0
3) Widowed114.3
Missing7385
Total258100.0
896) How marriage ended – 3rd (MAREDN03)
 TOTAL%
1) Divorced or annulled3678.3
2) Separated1021.7
3) Widowed00.0
Missing7597
Total46100.0
897) How marriage ended – 4th (MAREDN04)
 TOTAL%
1) Divorced or annulled666.7
2) Separated333.3
3) Widowed00.0
Missing7634
Total9100.0
898) How marriage ended – 5th (MAREDN05)
 TOTAL%
1) Divorced or annulled2100.0
2) Separated00.0
3) Widowed00.0
Missing7641
Total2100.0
899) Age at first marriage (FMAR1AGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total412623.014.78
900) Age at dissolution of first marriage (AGEDISS1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total155026.335.73
901) Age at divorce or death: 1st marriage (AGEDD1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total129027.515.99
902) Months btw/1st marriage & dissolution (or interview) (MAR1DISS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total412687.7471.74
903) Months btw/divorce or death (1st marriage) and remarriage (or interview) (DD1REMAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total129059.1754.92
904) Months btw/1st marriage & 1st birth (or interview) (MAR1BIR1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5213365.16409.93
905) Months btw/1st marriage & 1st conception (or interview) (MAR1CON1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5535595.10472.38
906) Months btw/1st conception & 1st marriage (or interview) (CON1MAR1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5531461.96455.98
907) Whether R's first birth was premarital (B1PREMAR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes197144.7
2) 2244255.3
5) No00.0
Missing3230
Total4413100.0
908) Whether R ever cohabited outside of marriage (COHEVER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, ever cohabitated (Lived with a man outside of marriage)390451.1
2) No, never cohabitated (Lived with a man outside of marriage)373948.9
Total7643100.0
909) Whether R ever married OR cohabited (EVMARCOH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, ever married or cohabitated551572.2
2) No, never married or cohabitated212827.8
Total7643100.0
910) Date of 1st cohabitation (incl. premarital cohabitation) (COHAB1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total39041,109.9781.84
911) Cohabitation experience relative to 1st marriage (COHSTAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Never cohabitated outside of marriage373948.9
2) First cohabited before first marriage349345.7
3) First cohabited after first marriage4115.4
Total7643100.0
912) Outcome of 1st cohabitation (COHOUT)
 TOTAL%
1) Intact cohabitation54313.9
2) Intact marriage111628.6
3) Dissolved marriage74919.2
4) Dissolved cohabitation149638.3
Missing3739
Total3904100.0
913) Duration (in months) of R's first cohabitation (COH1DUR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total390430.8635.32
914) Whether R has ever had sexual intercourse with a male (HADSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, R ever had intercourse678588.8
2) No, R never had intercourse85811.2
Total7643100.0
915) Whether R has ever had sexual intercourse with a male since Menarche (SEXEVER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes (R has had sex after 1st period)677688.7
2) No (No period, no sex at all, or no sex since 1st period)86711.3
Total7643100.0
916) Age at first intercourse (even if before menarche) (VRY1STAG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total678517.263.36
917) Age at first intercourse since menarche (SEX1AGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total677617.363.27
918) CM date of first intercourse (even if before menarche) (VRY1STSX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851,068.8393.46
919) CM date of first intercourse since menarche (DATESEX1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67761,069.8392.78
920) Whether R has only had sex once (SEXONCE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes (R has had sex only one)751.1
2) No (R has had sex more than once)671098.9
Missing858
Total6785100.0
921) Age of R's first sexual partner at time of first sex (FSEXPAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total678537.23123.01
922) Mos btw/1st intercourse (even if before menarche) & 1st marriage (or interview) (SEXMAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total678595.14118.56
923) Mos btw/1st intercourse since menarche & 1st marriage (or interview) (SEX1FOR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total677694.54119.59
924) CAPI-based number of opposite-sex partners in last 12 mos (PARTS1YR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851.110.88
925) CM date of last or most recent sexual intercourse (LSEXDATE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67851,223.9433.88
926) R's age at last or most recent sexual intercourse (LSEXRAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total678530.107.86
927) CAPI-based number of opposite-sex partners in lifetime (LIFPRTNR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total76435.297.23
928) Type of sterilization operation "in effect" (STRLOPER)
 TOTAL%
1) Tubal ligation or sterilization106714.0
2) Hysterectomy2132.8
3) Vasectomy3084.0
4) Other operation or type unknown310.4
5) Not surgically sterile602478.8
Total7643100.0
929) R currently sterile from tubal ligation (TUBS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes116515.2
2) No647884.8
Total7643100.0
930) R's H/P currently sterile from vasectomy (VASECT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3489.3
2) No339090.7
Missing3905
Total3738100.0
931) R currently sterile from hysterectomy (HYST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2823.7
2) No736196.3
Total7643100.0
932) R currently sterile from ovary removal (OVARECT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1181.5
2) No752598.5
Total7643100.0
933) R currently sterile from other sterilizing operation (OTHR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes650.9
2) No757899.1
Total7643100.0
934) R's H/P curr sterile from operation other than vasectomy (OTHRM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes20.1
2) No373699.9
Missing3905
Total3738100.0
935) Fecundity status (FECUND)
 TOTAL%
1) Surgically sterile, contraceptive149919.6
2) Surgically sterile, noncontraceptive1201.6
3) Sterile, nonsurgical1942.5
4) Subfecund6818.9
5) Long interval (Infertile for 36+ months)610.8
6) Fecund508866.6
Total7643100.0
936) Any method use in 36 months before interview (ANYBC36)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes607079.4
2) No157320.6
Total7643100.0
937) Any months of NONintercourse in 36 months before interview (NOSEX36)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes270235.4
2) No494164.6
Total7643100.0
938) Infertility status (INFERT)
 TOTAL%
1) Surgically sterile113729.8
2) Infertile2867.5
3) Fecund238962.7
Missing3831
Total3812100.0
939) Any method use in 12 months before interview (ANYBC12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes557372.9
2) No207027.1
Total7643100.0
940) Ever used any method for any reason (ANYMTHD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes676488.5
2) No87911.5
Total7643100.0
941) Number of months of nonintercourse in the 12 months prior to Interview (NOSEX12)
 TOTAL%
0) None382050.0
1) 1 Month4505.9
2) 2 Months3534.6
3) 3 Months3003.9
4) 4 Months2202.9
5) 5 Months1772.3
6) 6 Months1912.5
7) 7 Months1542.0
8) 8 Months1702.2
9) 9 Months1371.8
10) 10 Months1371.8
11) 11 Months1391.8
12) 12 Months5377.0
95) Never had intercourse85811.2
Total7643100.0
942) Whether R had sex in past 3 months (from months of nonintercourse series) (SEXP3MO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes576685.0
2) No101915.0
Missing858
Total6785100.0
943) Whether R had sex in past 3 months (from sexual partner dates) (SEX3MO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes542479.9
2) No136120.1
Missing858
Total6785100.0
944) Current contraceptive status (1st priority code) (CONSTAT1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total764318.6516.14
945) 2nd priority code for current contraceptive status (CONSTAT2)
 TOTAL%
2) Male Sterilization450.6
5) Depo-Provera (Injectable)30.0
6) Pill190.2
9) IUD10.0
10) Diaphragm80.1
11) (Male) Condom3134.1
12) Female Condom/Vaginal Pouch20.0
13) Foam70.1
15) Today ™ Sponge20.0
16) Suppository or Insert50.1
17) Jelly or cream alone120.2
18) Periodic Abstinence: NFP, Cervical Mucus Test or Temperature Rhythm30.0
19) Periodic Abstinence: Calendar Rhythm300.4
20) Withdrawal1722.3
21) Other method50.1
33) Sterile—Nonsurgical—Female891.2
34) Sterile—Nonsurgical—Male100.1
38) Sterile—Unknown Reasons—Male120.2
88) Inapplicable—No 2nd, 3rd or 4th Methods reported690590.3
Total7643100.0
946) 3rd priority code for current contraceptive status (CONSTAT3)
 TOTAL%
11) (Male) Condom20.0
12) Female Condom/Vaginal Pouch10.0
16) Suppository or Insert10.0
17) Jelly or cream alone30.0
19) Periodic Abstinence: Calendar Rhythm80.1
20) Withdrawal320.4
33) Sterile—Nonsurgical—Female110.1
34) Sterile—Nonsurgical—Male30.0
88) Inapplicable—No 2nd, 3rd or 4th Methods reported758299.2
Total7643100.0
947) 4th priority code for current contraceptive status (CONSTAT4)
 TOTAL%
13) Foam10.0
17) Jelly or cream alone10.0
20) Withdrawal40.1
34) Sterile—Nonsurgical—Male10.0
88) Inapplicable—No 2nd, 3rd or 4th Methods reported763699.9
Total7643100.0
948) Ever used the pill for any reason (PILLR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes560273.3
2) No204126.7
Total7643100.0
949) Ever used condom (CONDOMR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes604989.2
2) No73610.8
Missing858
Total6785100.0
950) Contraceptive method used at first sex, if any: 1st mentioned (SEXMTHD1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill128619.0
2) Condoms234434.5
3) Partners Vasectomy150.2
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation50.1
5) Withdrawal3655.4
6) Depo-Provera, injectables200.3
7) Norplant20.0
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar340.5
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning50.1
10) Diaphragm110.2
12) Foam170.3
13) Jelly or cream30.0
15) Suppository, insert50.1
16) Today Sponge60.1
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP70.1
18) Emergency contraception70.1
19) Other method70.1
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)10.0
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)40.1
22) Lunelle injectable10.0
95) Never used a method1542.3
96) Did not use a method at 1st intercourse248636.6
Missing858
Total6785100.0
951) Contraceptive method used at first sex, if any: 2nd mentioned (SEXMTHD2)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill551.7
2) Condoms46814.1
3) Partners Vasectomy10.0
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation10.0
5) Withdrawal772.3
6) Depo-Provera, injectables190.6
7) Norplant00.0
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar120.4
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning20.1
10) Diaphragm20.1
11) Female condom, vaginal pouch30.1
12) Foam190.6
13) Jelly or cream100.3
15) Suppository, insert90.3
16) Today Sponge40.1
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP10.0
18) Emergency contraception40.1
19) Other method00.0
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)10.0
95) Never used a method1544.6
96) Did not use a method at 1st intercourse248674.7
Missing4315
Total3328100.0
952) Contraceptive method used at first sex, if any: 3rd mentioned (SEXMTHD3)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill20.1
2) Condoms40.1
5) Withdrawal120.4
6) Depo-Provera, injectables20.1
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar30.1
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning10.0
11) Female condom, vaginal pouch20.1
12) Foam20.1
13) Jelly or cream20.1
15) Suppository, insert10.0
18) Emergency contraception20.1
95) Never used a method1545.8
96) Did not use a method at 1st intercourse248693.0
Missing4970
Total2673100.0
953) Contraceptive method used at first sex, if any: 4th mentioned (SEXMTHD4)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill10.0
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar20.1
12) Foam10.0
13) Jelly or cream10.0
95) Never used a method1545.8
96) Did not use a method at 1st intercourse248694.0
Missing4998
Total2645100.0
954) Whether used any contraceptive method at last sex in past 12 months (MTHUSE12)
 TOTAL%
1) Used a method440873.2
2) Did not use a method151425.2
95) Never used a method971.6
Missing1624
Total6019100.0
955) Contraceptive method used at last sex past 12 mos: 1st mentioned (METH12M1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill133530.3
2) Condoms122227.7
3) Partners Vasectomy3337.6
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation76917.4
5) Withdrawal2706.1
6) Depo-Provera, injectables2255.1
7) Norplant170.4
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar471.1
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning110.2
10) Diaphragm100.2
11) Female condom, vaginal pouch20.0
12) Foam50.1
13) Jelly or cream50.1
14) Cervical Cap10.0
15) Suppository, insert50.1
16) Today Sponge10.0
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP851.9
18) Emergency contraception50.1
19) Other method70.2
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)100.2
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)170.4
22) Lunelle injectable80.2
23) Contraceptive Patch180.4
Missing3235
Total4408100.0
956) Contraceptive method used at last sex past 12 mos: 2nd mentioned (METH12M2)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill203.2
2) Condoms28846.2
3) Partners Vasectomy121.9
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation8613.8
5) Withdrawal10817.3
6) Depo-Provera, injectables355.6
7) Norplant10.2
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar274.3
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning30.5
10) Diaphragm61.0
12) Foam50.8
13) Jelly or cream91.4
15) Suppository, insert61.0
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP40.6
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)50.8
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)20.3
22) Lunelle injectable10.2
23) Contraceptive Patch61.0
Missing7019
Total624100.0
957) Contraceptive method used at last sex past 12 mos: 3rd mentioned (METH12M3)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill38.8
2) Condoms12.9
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation12.9
5) Withdrawal926.5
6) Depo-Provera, injectables25.9
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar926.5
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning25.9
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch12.9
13) Jelly or cream617.6
Missing7609
Total34100.0
958) Contraceptive method used at last sex past 12 mos: 4th mentioned (METH12M4)
 TOTAL%
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar466.7
12) Foam116.7
15) Suppository, Insert116.7
Missing7637
Total6100.0
959) Whether used any contraceptive method at last sex in past 3 mos (MTHUSE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Used a method at last intercourse in past 3 months399473.6
2) Did not use a method at last intercourse in past 3 months134824.9
95) Never used a method821.5
Missing2219
Total5424100.0
960) Contraceptive method used last sex past 3 mos: 1st mentioned (METH3M1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill121230.3
2) Condoms103525.9
3) Partners Vasectomy3208.0
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation72918.3
5) Withdrawal2526.3
6) Depo-Provera, injectables2065.2
7) Norplant150.4
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar441.1
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning110.3
10) Diaphragm100.3
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch20.1
12) Foam50.1
13) Jelly or cream50.1
14) Cervical Cap10.0
15) Suppository, insert50.1
16) Today Sponge10.0
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP812.0
18) Emergency contraception40.1
19) Other method60.2
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)90.2
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)150.4
22) Lunelle injectable80.2
23) Contraceptive Patch180.5
Missing3649
Total3994100.0
961) Contraceptive method used last sex past 3 mos: 2nd mentioned (METH3M2)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill173.2
2) Condoms23844.9
3) Partners Vasectomy122.3
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation7714.5
5) Withdrawal9417.7
6) Depo-Provera, injectables264.9
7) Norplant10.2
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar244.5
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning30.6
10) Diaphragm50.9
12) Foam50.9
13) Jelly or cream81.5
15) Suppository, insert40.8
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP30.6
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)50.9
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)20.4
23) Contraceptive Patch61.1
Missing7113
Total530100.0
962) Contraceptive method used last sex past 3 mos: 3rd mentioned (METH3M3)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill39.1
2) Condoms13.0
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation13.0
5) Withdrawal927.3
6) Depo-Provera, injectables26.1
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar824.2
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning26.1
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch13.0
13) Jelly or cream618.2
Missing7610
Total33100.0
963) Contraceptive method used last sex past 3 mos: 4th mentioned (METH3M4)
 TOTAL%
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar466.7
12) Foam116.7
15) Suppository, Insert116.7
Missing7637
Total6100.0
964) Number of male partners in last 3 mos (NUMP3MOS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total67850.850.56
965) First method ever used: 1st mentioned (FMETHOD1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill284742.1
2) Condoms298344.1
3) Partners Vasectomy140.2
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation360.5
5) Withdrawal4556.7
6) Depo-Provera, injectables1332.0
7) Norplant120.2
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar590.9
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning110.2
10) Diaphragm240.4
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch10.0
12) Foam410.6
13) Jelly or cream70.1
14) Cervical Cap10.0
15) Suppository, insert160.2
16) Today Sponge130.2
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP570.8
18) Emergency contraception100.1
19) Other method260.4
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)30.0
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)40.1
22) Lunelle injectable90.1
23) Contraceptive Patch20.0
Missing879
Total6764100.0
966) First method ever used: 2nd mentioned (FMETHOD2)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill879.8
2) Condoms57264.3
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation20.2
5) Withdrawal10511.8
6) Depo-Provera, injectables252.8
7) Norplant10.1
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar161.8
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning20.2
10) Diaphragm50.6
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch20.2
12) Foam293.3
13) Jelly or cream131.5
15) Suppository, insert101.1
16) Today Sponge60.7
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP70.8
18) Emergency contraception50.6
20) Respondent sterile (aside from sterilizing operation above)10.1
21) Respondent's partner sterile (aside from vasectomy above)10.1
Missing6754
Total889100.0
967) First method ever used: 3rd mentioned (FMETHOD3)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill35.3
2) Condoms35.3
3) Partners Vasectomy11.8
4) Female sterilizing operation/tubal ligation23.5
5) Withdrawal2238.6
6) Depo-Provera, injectables712.3
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar58.8
9) Safe period by temp or cervical mucus test/natural family planning11.8
11) Female Condom, Vaginal Pouch35.3
12) Foam35.3
13) Jelly or cream47.0
15) Suppository, insert11.8
18) Emergency contraception23.5
Missing7586
Total57100.0
968) First method ever used: 4th mentioned (FMETHOD4)
 TOTAL%
1) Pill18.3
2) Condoms18.3
5) Withdrawal18.3
8) Rhythm or safe period by calendar433.3
12) Foam18.3
13) Jelly or cream216.7
17) IUD, COIL, LOOP18.3
18) Emergency contraception18.3
Missing7631
Total12100.0
969) Date R used first method for the first time (DATEUSE1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total66312,445.9111,019.55
970) Source of method used in month prior to interview (1st method) (SOURCEM1)
 TOTAL%
1) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Health Department = Yes1014.4
2) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Health Department = No1054.6
3) Clinic: Title X = No; Health Department = Yes150.7
4) Clinic: Title X = No; Health Department = No1135.0
5) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Agency unknown251.1
6) Clinic: Tile X = No; Agency unknown1054.6
7) Employer or company clinic110.5
8) Private Doctor's office or HMO96242.2
9) Some other place1848.1
10) Friend160.7
11) Partner or Spouse1496.5
12) Drug store49221.6
Missing5365
Total2278100.0
971) Source of method used in month prior to interview (2nd method) (SOURCEM2)
 TOTAL%
1) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Health Department = Yes124.7
2) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Health Department = No155.9
3) Clinic: Title X = No; Health Department = Yes20.8
4) Clinic: Title X = No; Health Department = No135.1
5) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Agency unknown20.8
6) Clinic: Tile X = No; Agency unknown62.4
8) Private Doctor's office or HMO4216.5
9) Some other place103.9
11) Partner or Spouse5521.7
12) Drug store9738.2
Missing7389
Total254100.0
972) Source of method used in month prior to interview (3rd method) (SOURCEM3)
 TOTAL%
1) Clinic: Title X = Yes; Health Department = Yes1083.3
12) Drug store216.7
Missing7631
Total12100.0
973) Wantedness of 1st pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP01)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue3346.6
2) Right time179035.6
3) Too soon, mistimed207541.2
4) Didn't care, indifferent811.6
5) Unwanted74514.8
6) Don't know, not sure80.2
Missing2610
Total5033100.0
974) Wantedness of 2nd pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP02)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue2396.3
2) Right time189050.2
3) Too soon, mistimed95725.4
4) Didn't care, indifferent571.5
5) Unwanted61516.3
6) Don't know, not sure80.2
Missing3877
Total3766100.0
975) Wantedness of 3rd pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP03)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue1225.2
2) Right time114749.1
3) Too soon, mistimed49921.4
4) Didn't care, indifferent341.5
5) Unwanted52322.4
6) Don't know, not sure90.4
Missing5309
Total2334100.0
976) Wantedness of 4th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP04)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue685.6
2) Right time56346.0
3) Too soon, mistimed22318.2
4) Didn't care, indifferent221.8
5) Unwanted33827.6
6) Don't know, not sure100.8
Missing6419
Total1224100.0
977) Wantedness of 5th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP05)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue284.6
2) Right time25140.9
3) Too soon, mistimed11418.6
4) Didn't care, indifferent71.1
5) Unwanted20733.8
6) Don't know, not sure61.0
Missing7030
Total613100.0
978) Wantedness of 6th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP06)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue92.9
2) Right time12540.6
3) Too soon, mistimed4514.6
4) Didn't care, indifferent41.3
5) Unwanted12239.6
6) Don't know, not sure31.0
Missing7335
Total308100.0
979) Wantedness of 7th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP07)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue85.1
2) Right time6239.2
3) Too soon, mistimed2113.3
4) Didn't care, indifferent10.6
5) Unwanted6339.9
6) Don't know, not sure31.9
Missing7485
Total158100.0
980) Wantedness of 8th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP08)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue00.0
2) Right time3848.7
3) Too soon, mistimed911.5
4) Didn't care, indifferent11.3
5) Unwanted2734.6
6) Don't know, not sure33.8
Missing7565
Total78100.0
981) Wantedness of 9th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP09)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue12.6
2) Right time1436.8
3) Too soon, mistimed615.8
5) Unwanted1744.7
Missing7605
Total38100.0
982) Wantedness of 10th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP10)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue211.8
2) Right time635.3
3) Too soon, mistimed211.8
5) Unwanted741.2
Missing7626
Total17100.0
983) Wantedness of 11th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP11)
 TOTAL%
3) Too soon, mistimed112.5
4) Didn't care, indifferent112.5
5) Unwanted675.0
Missing7635
Total8100.0
984) Wantedness of 12th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP12)
 TOTAL%
2) Right time120.0
3) Too soon, mistimed120.0
5) Unwanted360.0
Missing7638
Total5100.0
985) Wantedness of 13th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP13)
 TOTAL%
2) Right time133.3
3) Too soon, mistimed266.7
Missing7640
Total3100.0
986) Wantedness of 14th pregnancy—Respondent (WANTRP14)
 TOTAL%
2) Right time133.3
3) Too soon, mistimed266.7
Missing7640
Total3100.0
987) Wantedness of 1st pregnancy--R's partner (WANTP01)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue2905.8
2) Right time198139.4
3) Too soon, mistimed124424.7
4) Didn't care, indifferent861.7
5) Unwanted107621.4
6) Don't know, not sure3567.1
Missing2610
Total5033100.0
988) Wantedness of 2nd pregnancy--R's partner (WANTP02)
 TOTAL%
1) Later, overdue2276.0
2) Right time197452.4
3) Too soon, mistimed67718.0
4) Didn't care, indifferent671.8
5) Unwanted64117.0
6) Don't know, not sure1804.8
Missing3877
Total3766100.0
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