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A prospective investigation of the desire to be held or cuddled in 52 pregnant wives revealed high levels of desire before and during gestation. High levels of nurturant needs were statistically related to the white race; at least a high school education; happiness about being pregnant; the...
Repeated semistructured interviews with 66 singleton-pregnant women disclosed that when they were notified that they had an elevated serum AFP level, 47 per cent reacted with panic, 35 per cent with reasonable concern, and 18 per cent with denial. Three days later, these proportions had changed...
Over on average four menstrual cycles (159 days), 14 women scored various aspects of their sexual behaviour and psychological and physical well-being each day. Analysis of menstruation-related changes showed no differences between the subjective assessments in various cycle phases, with the...
In a recent survey involving antenatal clinics which together deal with approximately 25% of the births in Sweden, midwives were asked about their attitudes to prenatal screening with alphafetoprotein (AFP). The majority of them felt that so many women experienced anxiety while waiting for the...
The objective of the present study was to assess the role of personality characteristics and sex-role orientation in the etiology of climacteric symptoms and response to hormonal replacement therapy. Seventeen post-menopausal women received cyclical treatment with 17 β-estradiol and estriol...
Thirty women participated in a double-blind placebo parallel trial of bromocriptine for the treatment of severe premenstrual tension syndrome (PMTS). Three different doses of bromocriptine (2.5, 5.0, 7.5 mg/day) were compared with placebo. Medication began on day 10 and ended at the onset of...
A double-blind cross-over placebo controlled trial was carried out to compare progesterone 200 mg with a placebo, both given in rectal suppositories, in 20 patients with the pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS). Each kind of suppository was used twice daily from mid-cycle to the onset of menstruation...
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