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[en] Whereas the French regulation related to the protection against ionising radiations (or radiation protection) appeared as soon as in the middle of the 20. century, and has then progressively evolved with directive transposed for the French law, and with the definition of radiation protection in the French law (with three principles: justification, optimisation, and limitation), the author more particularly addresses how women are specifically taken into account. She comments the protection awarded to women in this regulatory and legal set, and whether they are specifically protected and why. In order to do so, she addresses this issue when the woman is considered as a worker, and then addresses the specific case of the pregnant woman.