Estudio y valoración de la salud sexual y reproductiva en mujeres ingresadas en instituciones penitenciarias españolas

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Justo Aznar Julia Lozano Marcelino Pérez

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En este artículo se evalúa el conocimiento y uso de los métodos contraceptivos y el aborto en una muestra de 528 mujeres internas en distintos centros penitenciarios españoles. Se comprueba que la gran mayoría de ellas tienen un adecuado conocimiento de dichos métodos y que aproximadamente un 90% los han utilizado alguna vez. Igualmente se evalúa la relación entre su uso y diversos parámetros sociodemográficos, así como las razones por las que utilizan un método contraceptivo determinado. Se constata que aproximadamente un 75% de las internas utilizan estos métodos por prescripción médica. Solamente un 21% de las mujeres ha sufrido algún efecto secundario negativo tras el uso de los contraceptivos, pero generalmente de carácter moderado. En cuanto a la percepción de la seguridad del método que utilizan prácticamente el 79% manifiestan que es seguro.

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Aznar, J., Lozano, J., & Pérez, M. (2020). Estudio y valoración de la salud sexual y reproductiva en mujeres ingresadas en instituciones penitenciarias españolas. Revista De Medicina Y Ética, 29(4), 1097-1124. Recuperado a partir de http://publicaciones.anahuac.mx/bioetica/article/view/423
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Justo Aznar, Universidad Católica de Valencia

Doctor en Medicina. Director del Instituto de Ciencias de la Vida de la Universidad Católica de Valencia.

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