Replication Data for: Trajectories of Childbearing among HIV Infected Indian Women: A Sequence Analysis Approach

  • Shrinivas Darak (Contributor)
  • Melinda Mills (Contributor)
  • Vinay Kulkarni (Contributor)
  • Sanjeevani Kulkarni (Contributor)
  • Inge Hutter (Contributor)
  • Fanny Janssen (Contributor)



HIV infection closely relates to and deeply affects the reproductive career of those infected. However, little is known about the reproductive career trajectories, specifically the interaction of the timing of HIV diagnosis with the timing and sequencing of reproductive events among HIV infected women. This is the first study to describe and typify this interaction. Retrospective calendar data of ever married HIV infected women aged 15-45 attending a HIV clinic in Pune, Maharashtra, Western India (N=622) on reproductive events such as marriage, cohabitation with the partner, use of contraception, pregnancy, childbirth and HIV diagnosis were analyzed using sequence analysis and multinomial logistic regression.
Datum van beschikbaarheid5-dec.-2018

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