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Title

THE EFFECT OF COUNSELING ON ANXIETY AFTER TRAUMATIC CHILDBIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN; A SINGLE BLIND RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL

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  219-227

Abstract

 Background: Traumatic birthing mothers may expose more susceptible to experiences posttraumatic mental disorder such as ANXIETY. This study aimed to determine the effect of MIDWIFERY COUNSELING intervention on the ANXIETY level after TRAUMATIC CHILDBIRTH of primiparous women. Methods: In a randomized control trial 180 woman who had experienced TRAUMATIC CHILDBIRTH based on DSM-IV criteria have been selected. The subjects were randomly divided into an intervention (n=90) and control (n=90) groups. The intervention group received MIDWIFERY COUNSELING during two sessions and control group just received routin health care after childbirth. Both groups were followed up with partial – blind technique and compared 4-6 weeks and 3 months post partum. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics by SPSS software. Results: Demographic characteristics, pregnancy complications and social support level were the same in both groups. In addition, there was no significant difference between two groups according to stress, depression and ANXIETY level before intervention (P>0.05). There was significant difference between two groups in ANXIETY level after 4-6 weeks and 3 months followup ...

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