A blessing I can't afford: Factors underlying the paradox of happiness about unintended pregnancy
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KeywordsUnited states; Unintended pregnancy; Pregnancy intentions; Pregnancy feelings; Ambivalence; Qualitative research; Latina; Non-Hispanic white;
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