P33 Menstrual regulation: Incidence, methods, and sources of this understudied reproductive practice in three countries

      Objectives: Evidence suggests that many women view early medical terminations or actions taken to bring back a late period early in a suspected pregnancy as distinct from induced abortion. This study seeks to measure the rate of menstrual regulation and assess differences in sources, methods, and safety compared to a more traditional measure of abortion.
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