Unmarried Women's Decisions on Pregnancy Termination: Qualitative Interviews in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sexual & reproductive healthcare : official journal of the Swedish Association of Midwives 2010 Nov; 1(4): 135-41
In Sri Lanka pregnancy termination is very restricted by law and social norms. Premarital sex, and pregnancies are not generally accepted and unmarried pregnant women are vulnerable in their decision-making on pregnancy termination.
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