Self-described impact of noncompliance among users of a combined hormonal contraceptive method.

@article{Lete2008SelfdescribedIO,
  title={Self-described impact of noncompliance among users of a combined hormonal contraceptive method.},
  author={I{\~n}aki Lete and Jos{\'e} Luis Doval and Ezequiel P{\'e}rez-Campos and Roberto Lertxundi and Marta de Almeida Correa and Esther de la Viuda and Mar{\'i}a Angeles G{\'o}mez and Jos{\'e} Vicente Gonz{\'a}lez and Maria Teresa Boyano Martinez and Nicol{\'a}s Mendoza and Javier Vicente Robledo},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={2008},
  volume={77 4},
  pages={276-82}
}
BACKGROUND A number of factors related to the user and the method affect contraceptive compliance. STUDY DESIGN This cross-sectional multicenter study was designed to assess self-described impact of noncompliant behavior among 26,250 typical users of a combined hormonal contraceptive method who consulted their physicians for control visits. A self-administered questionnaire was completed. RESULTS Sixty-five percent of women used the pill, 23% the vaginal ring and 12% the transdermal patch… CONTINUE READING