Longitudinal patterns and correlates of hormone replacement therapy use in middle-aged women.
Patterns of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) use over time and predictors of initiating or discontinuing use were examined in a longitudinal study.
A cohort of 2,425 women aged 45-55 years identified from a population-based random survey in Massachusetts in 1981-1982 was followed by six telephone interviews, 9 months apart.
Cohort participants were either premenopausal (66.8%) or in early perimenopause (33.2%). During the study, prevalence of use was low overall (12.3%) and was considerably higher for surgical menopause (45%) than for peri (9.3%), natural (4.5%), or premenopause (1.5%). Predictors of HRT uptake and discontinuation (from time t-1 to time t) were examined by repeated-measures logistic regression, stratified by surgical status.
Mots-clés Pascal : Oestrogène, Hormone stéroïde sexuelle, Chimiothérapie, Traitement substitutif, Ménopause, Homme, Femelle, Epidémiologie, Consommation, Etude longitudinale, Massachusetts, Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Estrogen, Sex steroid hormone, Chemotherapy, Replacement therapy, Menopause, Human, Female, Epidemiology, Consumption, Follow up study, Massachusetts, United States, North America, America
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Cote : 94-0647076
Code Inist : 002B02O. Création : 09/06/1995.