• Features of psychoemotional state of pregnant women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy 

Features of psychoemotional state of pregnant women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy 

PERINATOLOGIYA I PEDIATRIYA. 2016.2(66):40-42; doi 10.15574/PP.2016.66.40 
 

Features of psychoemotional state of pregnant women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy 
 

Bala O. O., Benyuk V. A., Kovalyuk T. V., Benyuk S. V.

Bogomolets National medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine 
 

Purpose. To determine peculiarities of psychoemotional state of pregnant women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy. 
 

Patients and methods. The study included 60 women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy (I group) and 30 women with an advanced pregnancy to 8 weeks of gestation (II control group). To determine peculiarities of psychoemotional status of women conducted a survey according to standard methods: determination of the level of neuropsychic tension on questionnaire Nemchina, the level of anxiety according to the scale Spielberg—Hanin, the level of anxiety on a scale of Taylor—Norakidze. 
 

Results. Analysis of psychoemotional state groups have demonstrated that pregnant women with physiological course of pregnancy at an early stage (group II) is characterized by a moderate level of mental stress (40.8±1.3) on a scale of Nemchina, the average level of personal and reactive anxiety (38.6±1.1 and 37.2±1.2, respectively) according to the scale Spielberg—Hanin, the average anxiety level on a scale of Taylor— Norakidze. In women with the missed abortion at the early stages of pregnancy there is a high level of psychoemotional load, reactive anxiety (57.3±1.6), mental stress (of 62.6±1.4) and anxiety (31.8±2.3 years). 
 

Conclusions. The obtained results indicate the need for strong psychological support and if necessary medical assistance to women with missed abortion in the early stages of pregnancy, since the accession of psychopathological symptoms does not contribute to the psycho-emotional adaptation and can provoke the development of psychosomatic pathological syndromes in postabortion period and on the phase of rehabilitation and subsequent pregravid preparation. 
 

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