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Abortion Incidents Still Birth And Reproductive Health Risk Of Deori And Mishing Women In The North East India

Journal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.2, No. 8)

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Page : 259-266

Keywords : Index Terms Abortion incidents; Child boom rate; Disease prevalence; Induced abortion; Spontaneous abortion; Reproductive health; Still birth.JEL Classification A-12; G-28; I-11 26 18; J-11; 38; 26 58; M-48; Z-13.;

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Abstract Reproductive health status of married women of any society is the yardstick of quality of life maintained of all people of that society. In terms of abortion and still birth incidence the reproductive health of married women of two major tribal groups viz. Deori and Mishing has been examined adopting a comparative analytic and explorative research method. Average conception per women and abortion-conception ratio estimations confirm the worsening of reproductive health condition and loss of re-productivity of tribal women. Findings imply the necessity to boost up the general health awareness and improvement in reproductive health care services.

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