2021
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311x00235219
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Las adolescentes frente a la decisión de interrumpir un embarazo en un contexto de aborto legal

Abstract: El artículo presenta resultados de una investigación sobre las experiencias de las adolescentes que decidieron interrumpir su embarazo en el marco de los servicios legales de aborto en Montevideo (Uruguay), realizada entre los años 2016 y 2018. Su objetivo principal fue examinar el proceso de toma de decisión y el acceso al aborto legal, desde la perspectiva de las propias adolescentes. Ello implicó analizar circunstancias, motivaciones y personajes que influenciaron en la toma de la decisión y cómo ésta se tr… Show more

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“…However, the latest available SIP data show that the share of unplanned pregnancies in adolescents' births remains stable despite the possibility of interrupting unwanted or mistimed pregnancies and the supply of free implants. We can envision at least two explanations for this paradoxical finding: (a) problems with the filling out of medical records because adolescent pregnancies are most often assumed to be unplanned; and (b) the gestational limit of 12 weeks rules out those women who recognize pregnancy later, which is common in adolescence because of psychological mechanisms of denial, difficulties in assessing future consequences, and poor sexual education (see for Uruguay Ituarte and López-Gómez, 2021; and for Mexico see Saavedra-Avendano et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, the latest available SIP data show that the share of unplanned pregnancies in adolescents' births remains stable despite the possibility of interrupting unwanted or mistimed pregnancies and the supply of free implants. We can envision at least two explanations for this paradoxical finding: (a) problems with the filling out of medical records because adolescent pregnancies are most often assumed to be unplanned; and (b) the gestational limit of 12 weeks rules out those women who recognize pregnancy later, which is common in adolescence because of psychological mechanisms of denial, difficulties in assessing future consequences, and poor sexual education (see for Uruguay Ituarte and López-Gómez, 2021; and for Mexico see Saavedra-Avendano et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is still scarce research on the effects of abortion reform, partly because it is very recent and also because access to information is limited. Most of the reviewed papers have analyzed the progress of the law from different perspectives, particularly from health sciences (Fiol et al 2016;Labandera, Gorgoroso, and Briozzo 2016), social sciences (Ituarte and López-Gómez 2021;López-Gómez and Couto 2017), and the implementation of legal abortion services (MYSU 2014(MYSU , 2015(MYSU , 2016a(MYSU , 2016b(MYSU , 2017. To our knowledge, Antón, Ferre, and Triunfo (2018) is the only previous study that has used impact evaluation techniques.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Ituarte et al, 2021 [92] The article is not in English Chainok L. et al, 2022 [93] The aim of study was different (i.e., search of undergoing legal abortion)…”
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confidence: 99%
“…En adolescentes, existen escasos reportes nacionales e internacionales. En Uruguay, durante el 2013 y 2017, las adolescentes entre 15 -19 años representaban un 16% del total de abortos anuales 8 . La Investigación Nacional sobre aborto en Brasil del 2016, respecto del último aborto, reporta una frecuencia de 29% en adolescentes de 12 -19 años 9 .…”
Section: Perfil Sociodemográfico Y Abortounclassified