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2019 | 2(44) | 83-98
Article title

Problemy zdrowia reprodukcyjnego kobiet z niepełnosprawnością

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Problems of reproductive health among women with disabilities
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Abstracts
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Przedmiotem opracowania są zagadnienia zdrowia reprodukcyjnego kobiet z niepełnosprawnością. Na podstawie literatury przedmiotu dokonano ogólnej analizy problemów, które mogą wystąpić w tym zakresie w związku z niepełnosprawnością fizyczną (ruchową i sensoryczną) oraz intelektualną. Zwrócono uwagę na takie kwestie, jak biologiczne podstawy płodności, przebieg menstruacji, ciąża i poród, przebieg reakcji seksualnych, antykoncepcja, menopauza, udział w badaniach. W opracowaniu poddano również analizie doświadczenia kobiet z różnym rodzajem niepełnosprawności związane z dostępem i jakością usług zdrowotnych w obszarze zdrowia reprodukcyjnego. Szczególnym źródłem takich doświadczeń, zebranych w toku licznych eksploracji, są relacje ze specjalistami. W wyniku analizy przeglądowej wyłoniono znaczące kategorie doświadczeń oraz dokonano ich zilustrowania. W zakończeniu artykułu, nawiązując do postulatów formułowanych przez kobiety, określono ogólne wskazania praktyczne, istotne dla jakości realizacji potrzeb zdrowotnych niepełnosprawnych.
EN
The subject of this article is the reproductive health of women with disabilities. Based on the literature of the subject, a general analysis of problems that may occur in this area in relation to physical (motor and sensory) and intellectual disability has been made. Issues such as; the biological basis of fertility, the course of menstruation, pregnancy and childbirth, the process of sexual reactions, contraception, menopause, as well as participation in examinations are discussed. The authors also point to difficulties and disorders, explaining their possible, mostly biological, causes. The article also analyzes experiences of women with various disabilities related to the access andquality of health services in the field of reproductive health. A special source of such experiences, obtained in the course of numerous explorations, is the relationship with specialists. Significant categories of experiences were selected and illustrated as a result of review analysis. At the end of the work referring to the postulates formulated by women, general practical implications have been presented, which are important for the quality of meeting health needs of people with disability.
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