Perception of Environmental Risks and Behavioral Changes during Pregnancy: A Cross-Sectional Study of French Postpartum Women.

Abstract:

:Limiting exposure to environmental hazards during preconception and pregnancy is essential for preventing adverse pregnancy outcomes or developmental defects in offspring. However, the perception of environmental risk and the behavioral changes of women planning or having a pregnancy have rarely been investigated, except for a few risk factors. We thus performed a cross-sectional study of French postpartum women hospitalized in the Bordeaux University Hospital in 2017 by proposing a self-administrated survey. The main objective was to assess their level of awareness concerning a large panel of environmental hazards and modifications in their behavior during pregnancy in occupational and household environments. Among the 121 respondents, most identified the environment as a major factor for a healthy pregnancy but recognized a lack of knowledge regarding environmental risk factors. The internet, television, and magazines were their main sources of information. Most women modified some of their practices at work or home. These measures were rarely implemented in consultation with a health practitioner, which raises concerns about the relevance of the adjustments made. Our findings highlight the need to improve the quality of information available to women and to help them implement preventive measures in consultation with physicians.

authors

Teysseire R,Lecourt M,Canet J,Manangama G,Sentilhes L,Delva F

doi

10.3390/ijerph16040565

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-02-16 00:00:00

issue

4

eissn

1661-7827

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1660-4601

pii

ijerph16040565

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16

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