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The influence of stress in pregnancy on labor and delivery events and postnatal infant status has been investigated by several researchers. Our research investigated the role played by stress as modulated by the effects of psychological and social variables on perinatal risks. Subjects are...
Women's experiences and preferences concerning pelvic examinations were investigated in a pilot study, which is the first part of a research project dealing with women's and gynaecologists' attitudes to the gynaecological examination. A representative sample of women applying for gynaecological...
Pregnant women with raised serum alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) were referred for ultrasound scanning to further diagnose fetal abnormalities. This study examined the anxiety level, attitude towards the fetus and pregnancy and concern for fetus’ health before, immediately after and 4-5 weeks after...
Sexual dysfunction (S.Dys.) was found in 58% of 103 women with hyperprolactinaemia as compared to 27% of 82 controls ( P < 0.002). The prevalence of these symptoms was higher ( P < 0.03) in patients with amenorrhoea (66%) than in those with oligomenorrhoea or regular periods (43%). In the group...
A survey was made of Canadian obstetric units to ascertain their use of psychological services. A brief questionnaire was mailed to all Canadian hospitals with obstetric beds. The return rate from hospitals with over 10 obstetric beds was 67%. Responses from this latter group indicated that 35%...
It has been a great privilege to serve as your President for the past year. Our Society is still small and still young, but showing definite signs of growth and maturation. The Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology has experienced parallel development. Since the Journal is the...
Despite the fact that the menopause is an ubiquitous event for women, little attention was directed to it during the first half of this century. Over the past 50 years, however, scientific interest in the menopause has increased. Moreover, numerous controversial issues have attracted scientific...
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