Non-interventional, real life study on satisfaction with LNG-IUS in Spanish young women (18-30 years old) with different parity status and menstrual bleeding pattern (BERTA)
The aim of this non-interventional study (NIS) is to assess, under real-life conditions, woman’s satisfaction with Levonogestrel IntraUterine System (LNG-IUS) in a young (18-30 years old (y.o.)) Spanish population taking into account their parity status.
Furthermore, the study is aimed to evaluate the impact of: menstrual bleeding pattern and satisfaction with it at baseline, LNG-IUS chosen, previously used contraceptive method and reasons for change to/ choice of a LNG-IUS on overall satisfaction with LNG-IUS use.
-Women in childbearing age, between 18-30 years old. -Women who have chosen a LNG-IUS as contraceptive method, after been adequately counselled by the physician about all contraceptive possible options. -Women who have chosen a LNG-IUS mainly for contraceptive reasons, not due to heavy menstrual bleeding. -Women with no desire to conceive for at least within the next 12 months. -Women capable of reading and writing
-Women whose main reason to use a LNG-IUS is not a contraceptive reason. -Women with contraindication for LNG-IUS. -Women with previous experience with a IUS. -Women who have been diagnosed with heavy menstrual bleeding. -Women with degenerative or other kind of diseases that could directly negatively impact their daily life. -Women who have undergone a hysterectomy or irreversible contraceptive method. -Women participating in a clinical trial. -Women with a mental illness and unable to make decisions and follow instructions. -Women with amenorrhea -Women with clinical history of severe dysmenorrhea -Women with concomitant medication that may lead changes in bleeding pattern (e.g. antiplatelets and/or anticoagulants)
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Non-interventional, real life study on satisfaction with LNG-IUS in Spanish young women (18-30 years old) with different parity status and menstrual bleeding pattern