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Table 2 Knowledge provision and knowledge about availability of immediate postpartum long-acting reversible contraception, overall and by receipt

From: Women’s informed choice and satisfaction with immediate postpartum long-acting reversible contraception in Georgia

  Overall (N = 51) % Received immediate postpartum LARC (n = 25) % Did not receive immediate postpartum LARC (n = 26) % Chi-square p-value
Discussed subsequent pregnancy prevention with provider during pregnancy?     0.67
 Yes 90.2 92.0 88.5  
 No 9.8 8.0 11.5  
During pregnancy, did provider offer option of immediate postpartum LARC?     0.12
 Yes 66.7 76.0 57.7  
 No 25.5 16.0 34.6  
 Unsure 7.8 8.0 7.7  
During pregnancy, did provider give all the information needed to make a decision about immediate postpartum LARC?*     0.69
 Yes 91.2 89.5 93.3  
 No 8.8 10.5 6.7  
At time of delivery, did provider offer option of immediate postpartum LARC?     < .001
 Yes 70.6 96.0 46.1  
 No 29.4 4.0 53.9  
At time of delivery, did you have all the information needed to make a decision about immediate postpartum LARC?**     0.74
 Yes 83.3 83.3 83.3  
 No 13.9 12.5 16.7  
 Unsure 2.8 4.2 0  
Does Medicaid in GA pay for immediate postpartum LARC?     0.32
 Yes 86.3 92.0 80.8  
 No 3.9 0 7.7  
 Unsure 9.8 8.0 11.5  
Is it possible for a woman to receive IUD immediately postpartum?     0.10
 Yes 51.0 60.0 42.3  
 No 41.2 40.0 42.3  
 Unsure 7.8 0 15.4  
Is it possible for a woman to receive implant immediately postpartum?     0.30
 Yes 90.2 96.0 84.6  
 No 5.9 4.0 7.7  
 Unsure 3.9 0 7.7  
  1. *N = 34; this question was only asked to women who said their provider offered them immediate postpartum LARC
  2. **N = 36; this question was only asked to women who said they were offered immediate postpartum LARC at delivery