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Table 2 Knowledge of pregnancies and contraception; by sex; all respondents

From: Reproductive health and quality of life of young Burmese refugees in Thailand

  Male Female Total
Is pregnancy possible after (n = 214) (n = 182) (n = 396)
first sexual intercourse?    
- yes 37 (17.2) 39 (21.4) 76 (19.2)
- no 36 (16.8) 23 (12.6) 59 (14.9)
- DK* 141(65.9) 120 (65.9) 261 (65.9)
Is pregnancy likely if a woman has sexual intercourse half way between periods (n = 212) (n = 181) (n = 393)
- yes 51 (24.1) 41 (22.7) 92 (23.4)
- no 22 (10.4) 15 (8.3) 37 (9.4)
- DK 139 (65.6) 125 (69) 264 (67.2)
Women can take pill daily (n = 215) (n = 182) (n = 397)
-yes 33 (15.3) 51 (28) 84 (21.2)
-No 9 (4.2) 7 (3.8) 16 (4)
-DK 173 (80.5) 124 (68.1) 297 (74.8)
Condom can be used during sex (n = 215) (n = 182) (n = 397)
-Yes 79 (36.7) 71 (39) 150 (37.8)
-No 19 (8.8) 3 (1.6) 22 (5.5)
-DK 117 (54.4) 108 (59.3) 225 (56.7
You know where to get pill? (n = 214) (n = 182) (n = 396)
-Yes 64 (29.9) 64 (35.2) 128 (32.3)
-No 150 (70.1) 118 (64.8) 268 (67.7)
You know where to get condoms? (n = 214) (n = 181) (n = 395)
-Yes 89 (41.6) 50 (27.6) 139 (35.2)
-No 125 (58.4) 131 (72.4) 256 (64.8)
You know where to get injection? (n = 214) (n = 162) (n = 395)
-Yes 61 (28.5) 59 (36.4) 120 (30.4)
-No 153 (71.5) 122 (75.3) 275 (69.6)