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Les contraceptifs hormonaux et leurs influences sur les troubles psychologiques (dépression, trouble de l'humeur, anxiété) et trouble de la libido

Abstract : Contraceptive methods date back more than 4000 years. A better understanding of the woman's menstrual cycle and the synthesis of steroid hormones have enabled the production of reliable and easy-to-use hormonal contraceptive methods. We find among them very varied forms such as: pill, implant, IUD, patch, vaginal ring and injections. After the outbreak scandal of generation pills 3rd and 4th, women became aware of synthetic hormones risk on their mental and physical health. Today, more and more women are complaining of psychological side effects after taking hormonal contraception. Many women report having a lower libido, being more emotional and less comfortable in their skin since taking this type of contraception. Despite all these complaints, very few health professionals take them into consideration. Several studies have shown that synthetic hormones have a negative influence on women's libido and can promote depression to fragile nature women. Today, more and more women want to turn to hormone-free contraception such as copper intrauterine device, condom or natural methods.
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Julie Subra. Les contraceptifs hormonaux et leurs influences sur les troubles psychologiques (dépression, trouble de l'humeur, anxiété) et trouble de la libido. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02296874⟩

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