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Hormonal contraception and sexual desire: A questionnaire-based study of young Swedish women

Objectives The aim of the study was to determine whether a decrease in sexual desire is more prevalent among women using hormonal contraception than among women using hormone-free contraception, and whether a decrease increases the risk of changing to another contraceptive method. Methods A validate... Full description

Journal Title: The European journal of contraception & reproductive health care 2016, Vol.21 (2), p.158-167
Main Author: Malmborg, Agota
Other Authors: Persson, Elin , Brynhildsen, Jan , Hammar, Mats
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Publisher: England: Taylor & Francis
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title: Hormonal contraception and sexual desire: A questionnaire-based study of young Swedish women
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  • Malmborg, Agota
  • Persson, Elin
  • Brynhildsen, Jan
  • Hammar, Mats
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  • Adult
  • Age Factors
  • Birth control
  • Body Mass Index
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Contraceptive Agents, Female - therapeutic use
  • Contraceptive Devices, Female
  • Contraceptives, Oral, Hormonal - therapeutic use
  • Cross
  • Cross-Sectional Studies
  • Cross-sectional study
  • Cross-sectional study
  • Hormonal contraceptives
  • Intrauterine devices
  • Progestin
  • Sexual desire
  • Depression
  • Educational Status
  • Female
  • Gynecology
  • Hormonal contraceptives
  • Humans
  • Intention
  • Intrauterine devices
  • Intrauterine Devices, Medicated
  • Klinisk medicin
  • Libido
  • Logistic Models
  • Medical and Health Sciences
  • Medicin och hälsovetenskap
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Obstetrics
  • Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine
  • Odds Ratio
  • Progestin
  • Regression analysis
  • Reproductive health
  • Reproductive Medicine
  • Reproduktionsmedicin och gynekologi
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk Factors
  • sectional study
  • Sexual desire
  • Surveys and Questionnaires
  • Sweden
  • Transdermal Patch
  • Womens health
  • Young Adult
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description: Objectives The aim of the study was to determine whether a decrease in sexual desire is more prevalent among women using hormonal contraception than among women using hormone-free contraception, and whether a decrease increases the risk of changing to another contraceptive method. Methods A validated questionnaire was posted to 3740 women (aged 22, 25 or 28 years) living in Sweden. Descriptive statistics were used to present the results; differences between groups were tested using χ 2 analyses. A multiple logistic regression model was used for analysis of possible confounders. Results The response rate was 50%. The majority (81%) of respondents used some kind of contraception, and 88% were generally satisfied with the method used. Regardless of the type of method, 27% of hormonal contraceptive users reported a decrease in sexual desire that they attributed to their use of hormonal contraception, whereas only 12% of women using hormone-free contraception reported a decrease in sexual desire (p
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descriptionObjectives The aim of the study was to determine whether a decrease in sexual desire is more prevalent among women using hormonal contraception than among women using hormone-free contraception, and whether a decrease increases the risk of changing to another contraceptive method. Methods A validated questionnaire was posted to 3740 women (aged 22, 25 or 28 years) living in Sweden. Descriptive statistics were used to present the results; differences between groups were tested using χ 2 analyses. A multiple logistic regression model was used for analysis of possible confounders. Results The response rate was 50%. The majority (81%) of respondents used some kind of contraception, and 88% were generally satisfied with the method used. Regardless of the type of method, 27% of hormonal contraceptive users reported a decrease in sexual desire that they attributed to their use of hormonal contraception, whereas only 12% of women using hormone-free contraception reported a decrease in sexual desire (p<0.01). This twofold risk of a decrease in sexual desire was shown in the multiple regression analysis to be independent of age group, depression, BMI, educational level and parity. However, having a partner was found to be a factor of equal importance: women with partners experienced reduced desire twice as often as women without partners. The observed odds ratio for planning to stop hormonal contraception or to change to a different type due to reduced desire was 8.16 (95% confidence interval 6.65-10.1) among women who had had the same experience during a previous period of hormonal contraceptive use. Conclusions Women using hormonal contraception were more likely to experience reduced sexual desire compared with women using hormone-free contraception. Experiencing reduced desire was a strong predictive factor for women to change contraceptive method.
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abstractObjectives The aim of the study was to determine whether a decrease in sexual desire is more prevalent among women using hormonal contraception than among women using hormone-free contraception, and whether a decrease increases the risk of changing to another contraceptive method. Methods A validated questionnaire was posted to 3740 women (aged 22, 25 or 28 years) living in Sweden. Descriptive statistics were used to present the results; differences between groups were tested using χ 2 analyses. A multiple logistic regression model was used for analysis of possible confounders. Results The response rate was 50%. The majority (81%) of respondents used some kind of contraception, and 88% were generally satisfied with the method used. Regardless of the type of method, 27% of hormonal contraceptive users reported a decrease in sexual desire that they attributed to their use of hormonal contraception, whereas only 12% of women using hormone-free contraception reported a decrease in sexual desire (p<0.01). This twofold risk of a decrease in sexual desire was shown in the multiple regression analysis to be independent of age group, depression, BMI, educational level and parity. However, having a partner was found to be a factor of equal importance: women with partners experienced reduced desire twice as often as women without partners. The observed odds ratio for planning to stop hormonal contraception or to change to a different type due to reduced desire was 8.16 (95% confidence interval 6.65-10.1) among women who had had the same experience during a previous period of hormonal contraceptive use. Conclusions Women using hormonal contraception were more likely to experience reduced sexual desire compared with women using hormone-free contraception. Experiencing reduced desire was a strong predictive factor for women to change contraceptive method.
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