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Motivations, acceptance and refusal of contraceptive methods



Motivations, acceptance and refusal of contraceptive methods



Bulletin de l'Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale 23(6): 1333-1346



To approach the question of motivation toward contraception, the new French law on contraception passed in 1967, and the mode of action and risks of pills, IUDs, and diaphragms are reviewed. The new law governs import sale, prescription, placement of IUDs, consent for minors, and facilities of the clinics that issue contraceptives. Physicians dislike the prescription registration system, the written consent, lack of reimbursement by social security, and neglect of abortion. Oral contraceptives act on gonadotropin release, cervical mucus, and endometrial development. The can cause nausea, weight gain, bleeding, and thromboembolism. The relationship of medicine phobia, forgetting pills, and religion to success with pills remains to be studied. IUDs act on tubal and uterine motility and the endometrium. They frequently cause bleeding, pain, and expulsion, and rarely infection or perforation. Their failure rate is .5-2%. They are indicated when contraception must be separated from sexuality. Diaphragms and caps require technical fastidiousness and usually are preferred by older women. Their failure rate is 10-12% Now that contraceptive research can be done openly in France, more information about contraceptive motivation will become available.

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