Death of the spouse during pregnancy giving the bad news and the management

Gebelik kötü haberler almak için hassas bir zamandır. Ölüm her an olabilir ve bazı kadınlar gebeliklerinde bunu yaşayacaklardır. Pratiğimizde gebe kadınların, eşin beklenmedik ölümü karşısındaki çaresizliklerine şahit olmuşuzdur. Kültürlerin çoğunda gebe kadınlar daha kırılgan olarak kabul edilir ve kendilerine bu şekilde davranılır. Bazıları ani duygusal değişikliklerin gebeliğin seyri üzerinde kötü etki yaptığına inanırlar. Literatürde kötü bir haberin duyulmasından hemen sonra gebeliğin kötü sonuçlanmasından bah se dilmemektedir. Normal devam eden bir gebelikte, kötü bir haberin verilmesinden önce bir gebe muayenesinin ya - pılmasının kötü sonuçların önlenmesine yardımcı olduğuna yada alınabilecek akut önlemlerin varlığına dair bilimsel bir kanıt da yoktur. Bizler, sevilen kişinin hamilelikte beklenmedik kaybı konusunu derleyerek, kötü haberin verilmesini, sonrasında gebelerin ihtiyaç ve beklentilerini, ve acının azaltılması için mümkün olan profesyonel yardım yollarını göstermeyi amaçladık.

Gebelikte eşin ölümü acı haberin verilmesi ve yaklaşım

Pregnancy is a vulnerable time for receiving bad news. Death may occur anytime,and some women will experience this during their pregnancy. In our practice we have seen the dispair of the pregnant women after the unexpected death of the spouse. The pregnant women in most cultures are accepted and treated as more vulnerable individuals. Some believe that the sudden emotional changes may influence the course of the pregnancy. Immediate adverse outcome to a pregnancy after hearing the bad news has not been mentioned on the literature. There seems to be no scientific evidence of doing a pregnancy check up on a normally progressing pregnancy before giving the bad news, as well as no acute measures to be taken to avoid an adverse outcome. We reviewed the unexpected death of the loved one during pregnancy, giving the bad news, understanding the needs and expectations of the pregnant women, and about the ways of professional help to ease the pain

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Kaynak Göster

  • ISSN: 1300-4751
  • Yayın Aralığı: Yılda 3 Sayı
  • Başlangıç: 1995

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