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Environnement et fertilité féminine : enquête sur les facteurs environnementaux qui menacent la réserve ovarienne. État des connaissances des femmes sur leur fertilité et leurs moyens d’information

Abstract : Context: Nowadays, the infertility affects one in seven couples. Parallel, the age of woman at the first pregnancy increases constantly (28,5 years old in 2015). In this way, we started to be interested in environmental and behavioural factors, which are able to degrade the ovarian reserve among the woman. We also realized a field survey in order to identify the women’s vision of their proper fertility and to determine the effective way to prevention regarding their fertility. Objectives: The main objective was to identify the environmental and behavioural factors risky to generate a reduction of the ovarian stock and/or to disrupt the women fertility. Method : Periodical revue and realization of field survey focus on women’s ovarian reserve knowledges, their motherhood project, and also their preferential means of information used. Results: Several substances have been identified as “risky” to disturb the female fertility. However, a large number of studies demonstrate the requirement to realize additional studies, in order to identify the mechanism of action and to close on the potentials created effects, still wrongly identify. Concerning the field survey, the carrying out studies delays the project of maternity holding by the young women, and more than half (52%) of questioned women have never heard about “ovarian stock” term. Conclusion: It is urgent to protect us from some factors, and to inform the population as for toxics agents meeting but also for physiology of the female fertility/fertility of the women and existing ways to protect it.
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Iris Sanchez. Environnement et fertilité féminine : enquête sur les facteurs environnementaux qui menacent la réserve ovarienne. État des connaissances des femmes sur leur fertilité et leurs moyens d’information. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2020. ⟨dumas-03012342⟩

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