Variable Description

Name
pub127
Label
a9 - has child taken oral contraceptives for any reason in past 12 months
Dataset
Value Label Frequency % of valid % of all
-9999 Consent withdrawn 0
0.00%
-10 Child is male 2,951
0.00%
-9 Error check 0
0.00%
-8 Text response 0
0.00%
-7 Missing due to printing error 0
0.00%
-2 Not started periods 3,276
0.00%
-1 Missing 24
0.00%
1 Yes 0
0.00%
0.00%
2 No 1
100.00%
0.00%
Valid Invalid Min Max Mean
1 6251 2 2 2

Representation

Type
Code List
Selection Style
SelectOne
Codes
Aggregation Method
Unspecified
Temporal
False
Geographic
False

Source Questions

A9

22 questions before...
Sometimes, if girls have problems with their periods e.g. heavy bleeding, irregular bleeding or cramps, their G.P. may prescribe the oral contraceptive pill (which can be called 'hormones' or 'oestrogen pills') to help.

Has your daughter taken oral contraceptives or birth control pills, for any reason during the past 12 months?

1
Yes
2
No

Has a doctor ever told your daughter that she had a thyroid problem or asked her to take thyroid medicine or treatment?

1
Yes
2
No
19 questions after...
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Lineage

  • ALSPAC Growing and Changing 1 Dataset - pub127
    a9 - has child taken oral contraceptives for any reason in past 12 months
    • Has your daughter taken oral contraceptives or birth control pills, for any reason during the past 12 months?