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Title: Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, previous oral contraceptive use, and partner support among 2321 women
Creator(s): Roberts, S Craig
Roberts, Stewart
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Keywords: nausea and vomiting in pregnancy
pregnancy sickness
oral contraception
mate choice
Date Available: 2-Sep-2022
Citation: Roberts, SC (2022): Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, previous oral contraceptive use, and partner support among 2321 women. University of Stirling, School of Natural Sciences. Dataset.
Publisher: University of Stirling, School of Natural Sciences
Dataset Description (Abstract): Background: A recent study focusing on dietary predictors of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) found that women with higher levels of partner support, and those who had used oral contraception (OC) when they met the father, both tended to report less severe NVP compared with previous non-users or those with less supportive partners. We collected data to provide a further test of these factors, from a large sample of women from five countries who retrospectively scored their NVP experience during their first pregnancy. Method: We recruited women who had at least one child to participate in a retrospective online survey. In total 2321 women completed our questionnaire including items on demographics, hormonal contraception, NVP, and partner support. The data are presented here.
Dataset Description (TOC): There is a single .CSV file which was prepared in Excel, with 10 columns and 2321 rows of data. Each data row represents data from an individual female participant. Variables are those analysed in a paper prepared for publication in August 2022.
Type: dataset
Rights: Rights covered by the standard CC-BY 4.0 licence:
Affiliation(s) of Dataset Creator(s): University of Stirling (Psychology)

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