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Table 2 Pressure from in-laws to have child early in marriage by outcomes of ever contraception use, communication about number of children, time until first birth, and parity, among married adolescent girls (15–19 years) in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, India (N = 4893, and N = 2202 for communication about number of children)

From: The association between early in marriage fertility pressure from in-laws’ and family planning behaviors, among married adolescent girls in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, India

  Overall, n (%) Ever contraception use, n (%) Communication about number of children, n (%) Time until first birth (0–7 years), mean (SD) Parity (range 0–4 births), mean (SD)
Pressure from in-laws’ - Yes No Yes No/Don’t know
Total
Yes 953 (18.45%) 115 (12.63%) 838 (87.37%) 612 (66.79%) 341 (33.21%) 1.70 (1.09) 0.42 (0.64)
No 3940 (81.55%) 586 (15.89%) 3354 (84.11%) 1787 (44.79%) 2153 (55.21%) 1.62 (1.00) 0.47 (0.64)
Total N 4893 (100%) 701 (15.29%) 4192 (84.71%) 2765 (57.34%) 2128 (42.66%) 2202 4893
  1. Frequency and weighted proportions are reported for categorical variables. Weighted means and standard deviations are reported for continuous variables