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The aim of this study is to improve professional practices by better understanding parents who face the choice of medical termination of pregnancy. The hypothesis of the study is that the decision to continue the pregnancy with a serious fetal pathology is more based on the belief and the representations of parents than on the diagnosis or prognosis criteria of the fetus. A better understanding of the parents' motivations on their decision making by knowing what they expect from the caregivers would allow the division of representations, a better prenatal advice and a better perinatal support.
This study evaluate the feelings of patients about a medical termination of pregnancy that they experienced in Brest Hospital. Patients responded to an online questionnaire assessing their feelings at each stage of the medical termination process. Their answers were associated with their medical data.
This study is a non-interventional prospective, multicenter, longitudinal study conducted in France, among a representative sample of public and/or private birth control centers. The aim of the study is to assess, in real-life settings, the success rate of the protocol Mifegyne / prostaglandin analogue in patients asking for medical abortion either prior or beyond 7 weeks of amenorrhea.
This is a single-centre study over 36 months for the inclusion of 30 patients. The selection and inclusion of patients will take place according to the criterion of Medical Termination of Pregnancy at 4 different gestational ages (8-12 weeks of gestation (WG)), 13-16 WG, 17-23 WG and 25-35 WG. The tissue analysed will principally be the gonads, other somatic tissue will also be systematically harvested in parallel (liver and psoas muscle) for control purposes. The gonads will be subjected to molecular biology analyses destined to quantify the expression of transposons and their inhibitors.