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Factors Associated With The Utilization Of Reproductive Health Care Services Among Hiv Infected Women Attending The Comprehensive Care Clinic At Nakuru County Referral Hospital In
The WHO recommends high uptake of reproductive health services among women aged above 25 years (over 47%) and pregnant women (over 67%). In Kenya, the uptake of these services is about 23% among women of reproductive age, and much lower among HIV-infected women. This study investigated the factors associated with the utilization of reproductive health services among 154 HIV infected women receiving care at Nakuru County Referral Hospital. Data was analyzed using SPSS (v20), and descriptive statistics were generated. There was low uptake of reproductive health services, attributable to health facility factors (r2= 0.0614; p=0.026), especially among those aged 26 - 35 years.
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