Received: 27 January 2021
Accepted: 12 July 2021
First Online: 20 July 2021
: The appropriate institutional review boards/ethics research committees of the participating institutions approved the MNHR study (Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board #08–0511, renewed 8/13/20). Individual informed consent for study participation was requested and obtained from each study participant. A Data Monitoring Committee, appointed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development reviewed the study semi-annually [CitationRef removed]. All methods were carried out in accordance with relevant guidelines and regulations.
: Our manuscript does not contain any individual level data but is an analysis of de-identified data of women who consented for their data to be collected.
: The authors have no relationships to disclose that may be deemed to influence the objectivity of this paper and its review. The authors report no commercial associations, either directly or through immediate family, in areas such as expert testimony, consulting, honoraria, stock holdings, equity interest, ownership, patent-licensing situations or employment that might pose a conflict of interest to this analysis. Additionally, the authors have no conflicts such as personal relationships or academic competition to disclose. The findings presented in this paper represent the views of the named authors only, and not the views of their institutions or organizations.