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Sergent, F., Clamageran Bastard, A.-M., Verspyck, E. and Marpeau, L. (2004) Acceptabilité de l’implant contraceptif à l’étonogestrel (Implanon). Journal de Gynécologie Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction, 33, 407-415.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Evaluation of the Use of Jadelle Contraceptive Implant by Women in the City of Parakou in 2016

    AUTHORS: M. V. Vodouhe, K. Salifou, A. Djidonou, P. Degbogbahoun, I. R. Sidi, O. M. Ogoudjobi, S. Adisso, B. Hounkpatin

    KEYWORDS: Contraceptive Method, Jadelle, Parakou, Benin

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.8 No.14, December 7, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Introduction: Maternal mortality is still very high in Benin. Being one of the methods of reducing this mortality, contraception is still very rarely used in Benin, particularly in Borgou district. The objective of this work was to evaluate the experience of using Jadelle contraceptive implants by women in the city of Parakou in the Borgou department. Methodology: This was a descriptive cross-sectional study, with retrospective and prospective data collection over the period from March 1 to July 31, 2016. Results: A total of 320 women were involved in the study. The mean age was 28.29 years, with extremes of 16 and 44 years. Socio-professionally, housewives predominated (56.88%). Sixty-eight point forty-four percent of women were educated and only 111 (34.69%) women had reached secondary school; married women were mostly represented. Obstetrically, multi-gestures were the most affected (43.75%). Birth spacing was the main reason for choosing Jadelle (48.13%). Majority of patients had their husbands consent to use Jadelle contraceptive method (85.31%). Sixty-eight point fifty-two percent of women had used this contraceptive method for 2 to 4 years. Jadelle had been chosen by the majority (78.75%) of the women, for its long duration of action and its easy use. The dropout rate for Jadelle was 35/320 (10.94%) after 3 years of use. The failure rate for this method was 0.31% (1/320). The satisfaction rate was 87.5%. Conclusion: Jadelle contraceptive implants are an important part of contraceptive methods in Parakou.