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Master Thesis

Sentiment de compétence parentale et procréation médicalement assistée

Abstract : Introduction: Nowadays in France 3,1 % of births are issue from Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). This rate keeps on rising every year. However, the many difficulties of the ART described by the women can affect their parenthoods, rising a lot of questions about their ability to be parent. Objective: The main objective of this study is to assess the feeling of parental competence in postpartum in women who had assisted reproductive technology (ART). Method: This study was conducted using a phenomenological method and a qualitative approach. Seven interviews with women who have had ART were carried out in the first days of their postpartum period. Results: The results of this study show that a holistic support for women during their ART allows for a better experience and greater confidence in their parental competence. The difficulty lies in finding which support fits the best to their personalities and their needs. Conclusion: The necessity to have an assisted reproduction can weaken the couple’s perception of parental competence. Multidimensional support is essential for a better experience and a better projection in their parentcraft.
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Selwa Mostefaoui. Sentiment de compétence parentale et procréation médicalement assistée. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2021. ⟨dumas-03385566⟩



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