The qualitative data were collected through seven open-ended follow-up survey questions listed below (Fig 2). All questions and answers were in Portuguese, the women’s native language. Women’s responses were translated and analyzed in English by bilingual researchers; any necessary adjustments for clarity were made. However, cultural references were kept in Portuguese and explained in the sequence. The first question was required to proceed with the survey; the subsequent ones were optional. The open-ended questions unfolded from the closed-ended questions, allowing women to express their opinions, feelings, and perspectives. The set of open-ended written responses of each woman was the unit of analysis.

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