par Brat, Théo ;Decoster, J.M.;Molitor-Peffer, M.P.
Référence Journal de gynécologie obstétrique et biologie de la reproduction, 8, 7, page (659-662)
Publication Publié, 1979
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : For more than six years the authors have studied the acceptability and the effectiveness of Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (450 mg) as a long-acting contraceptive (six months). With a Pearl index of 0.85, the method was considered effective, whereas its acceptability was adversely influenced by the bleeding irregularities that take place during the first year of use. A good patient-doctor relationship could lessen this bad influence.