RTE 2,300 people across Ireland were interviewed by Irish Council of Medical Research researchers to answer their questions about their pregnancy experience.
The data was gathered between June 2016 and June 2017 by a team of researchers led by Dr John McNeill.
The Irish Council for Medical Research is a non-profit organisation set up to promote knowledge and information about pregnancy, reproductive health and family planning.
They work closely with Irish universities to provide evidence-based information and resources on health and human rights.
The survey involved 2,000 people across the country.
It asked participants about their experience of pregnancy, their expectations for pregnancy and how to get pregnant in Ireland.
The researchers said they found that people who were pregnant with a first baby were more likely to ask questions about pregnancy and its impact on their health and wellbeing.
One in five people were aware that a pregnancy test could help them determine their pregnancy status.
One-third of people had been told by their doctor about the importance of a pregnancy testing kit.
About one-third had asked their doctor to tell them if they should have a prenatal test.
There was also a significant difference in how people felt about the quality of the tests they received.
When asked about the testing that their doctor gave them, one in three people said they were very satisfied with the results.
They were also more likely than the general population to say they were happy with the quality and quantity of the test.
Dr McNeill said this data was invaluable to the researchers.
The research showed that people were not satisfied with their health outcomes, Dr McNeill added.
The people who asked the most questions were women in their early 30s and 40s, who were also the ones who were more aware of the importance.
Dr O’Leary said there is a need for more information about how to ensure that women can get pregnant safely.
“The fact that so many people are concerned about pregnancy is an issue we need to tackle.
There are lots of things we can do to help ensure that pregnant women are not harmed.
The key thing to do is be aware of your options, especially if you are in a relationship, she said.”
It’s important to take the right steps in the right time and in the wrong place.
“Dr McNeil said that there are options available to women who want to delay pregnancy, but they should also be aware that they may not be able to afford tests.”
There are different methods out there for some women.
They are not always affordable,” he said.
He said the main issue for women in the early stages of pregnancy is that they do not know how to use a pregnancy and that if they do find out they may have difficulty in finding a pregnancy clinic.