unavertable

unavertable

or

unavertible

adj
not able to be averted or prevented
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Not sure is possible in future" [w.sup.5] Woman uncertain future use may not be possible because of her religion "I may use in the future if am widowed" [w.sup.6] Future use may be prompted by unavertable loss of male spouse Theme Men(FGDs) Access on demand Response/meaning: for contraception 'After I visited the clinic together with my wife and the nurse gave us a talk on family planning, my wife and I choose the three month contraceptive injection...." [m.sup.1] Willing men who understand contraception benefits support their spouses for use "Health providers assume with our wives that we don't support them....