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PH27a

link to respondent booklet (WB, PG 10) (Looking at page 10 in your booklet,)

Which of these are reasons why you stopped taking [(LISTED MEDICATION)]:

PROBE UNTIL NO MORE MENTIONS: Any other reasons?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. READ LIST ALOUD IF R CANNOT READ

1 THE MEDICINE WAS NOT HELPING (see V03764)

2 YOU THOUGHT THE PROBLEM WOULD GET BETTER WITHOUT MORE MEDICINE (see V03764)

3 YOU COULDN'T AFFORD TO PAY FOR THE MEDICINE (see V03764)

4 YOU WERE TOO EMBARRASSED TO CONTINUE TAKING THE MEDICINE (see V03764)

5 YOU WANTED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITHOUT MEDICATIONS (see V03764)

6 THE MEDICINE CAUSED SIDE-EFFECTS THAT MADE YOU STOP (see V03764)

7 YOU WERE AFRAID THAT YOU WOULD GET DEPENDENT ON THE MEDICATION (see V03764)

8 SOMEONE IN YOUR PERSONAL LIFE PRESSURED YOU TO STOP (see V03764)

9 NUMBER OF DOSES PER DAY WAS NOT CONVENIENT (see V03764)

10 MEDICINE INTERACTED WITH ANOTHER MEDICINE (see V03764)

11 WORSENED ANOTHER MEDICAL CONDITION (EX. DIABETES) (see V03764)

12 ANY OTHER REASON FOR STOPPING (SPECIFY)

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ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
9OTHER REASON FOR STOPPING1100.00%00.02%
.Missing4648-99.98%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Valid Range: -
  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 4649

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