Mother received fertility treatments* for most recent pregnancy
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Report
New York State excluding New York City, 2008
|Maternal Characteristics||Respondents||Estimated Population Affected||Prevalence (%)||95% C.I.|
|Total||622||7,345||11.4||8.4 - 14.4|
|Non-Hispanic White||477||5,707||11.2||8.0 - 14.5|
|Non-Hispanic Other||49||508||11.3||0.2 - 22.5|
|Hispanic||69||482||6.8||0.0 - 13.7|
|Less than 20 years old||16||**||**||**|
|20-24 years old||84||273||3.1||0.0 - 7.6|
|25-34 years old||376||4,676||11.8||7.8 - 15.7|
|35 years old or more||146||2,371||16.4||9.2 - 23.6|
|Less than high school||55||325||5.9||0.0 - 13.0|
|High school graduate||106||1,192||10.1||3.4 - 16.8|
|More than high school||453||5,798||12.4||8.7 - 16.0|
|Married||504||6,434||12.3||8.9 - 15.7|
|Not Married||118||910||7.5||1.3 - 13.6|
|Not on Medicaid||474||6,815||13.7||10.0 - 17.4|
|On Medicaid||148||530||3.6||0.2 - 7.0|
*Women were asked if they received fertility treatments that may include fertility-enhancing drugs or
assisted reproductive technology.
**There were fewer than 30 respondents in this category. Data may be unreliable for describing this
category, therefore estimates are not presented.
This report excludes respondents who were not trying to get pregnant and those using birth control to prevent pregnancy.
Note: NYC data are not available prior to 2004 and after 2008
- Respondents - The number of mothers who responded to this question.
- Estimated Population Affected - Number of mothers/infants with characteristic or condition.