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Jul
2010

To determine military women's attitudes toward menstruation and menstrual suppression with oral contraceptives in the deployed environment.
A cross-sectional descriptive design with the administration of the Menstrual Attitude Questionnaire (MAQ) and the 55-item Military Women's Attitudes Towards Menstrual Suppression Scale (MWATMS) to a convenience sample (n = 278) of women in the U.S.
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