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Master Thesis

La contraception chez la femme : facteurs susceptibles d'influencer le choix et l'observance, rôle du pharmacien d'officine

Abstract : In France, the use of contraceptive pills remains very important despite the diversification of contraception methods and the recent health scandal associated with 3rd and 4th generation pills. The contraceptive path of women is still very linked to age or parity. In the early stages of sexual life, young women associate the use of condoms with the pill, then use the pill alone when their relationship stabilizes and choose to have an intrauterine device put on after having children. The place given to other methods of contraception such as the implant, the patch or the ring is very marginal. At the moment, there is no shortage of sources of information, however, many prejudices persist on certain means of contraception, limiting for example the use of the intrauterine device for women without children. The daily use of contraception does not seem compatible with the lifestyle of all women, and many of the pill users experience compliance problems. These pill omissions are a public health problem because the number of voluntary abortions of pregnancies is stagnating in France, despite contraceptive coverage among the highest in Europe. Women appear to be misinformed both about all available contraceptive methods but also about the consequences of forgetting. This is illustrated by the lack of use of emergency contraception when the situation requires it and the poor assessment of situations deemed to be at risk of unwanted pregnancy.
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Ysaline Fay. La contraception chez la femme : facteurs susceptibles d'influencer le choix et l'observance, rôle du pharmacien d'officine. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03552269⟩

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