Pregnancy loss.

  title={Pregnancy loss.},
  author={Gail Erlick Robinson},
  journal={Best practice \& research. Clinical obstetrics \& gynaecology},
  volume={28 1},
  • G. Robinson
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Best practice & research. Clinical obstetrics & gynaecology

Infertility and Perinatal Loss: When the Bough Breaks

Women at risk of or who are currently experiencing psychiatric symptoms should receive a comprehensive treatment plan that includes the following: proactive clinical monitoring, evidence-based approaches to psychotherapy, and discussion of risks, benefits, and alternatives of medication treatment during preconception and pregnancy.

Lactation following bereavement: how can midwives support women to make informed choices?

Information and guidance for bereaved mothers about lactation and EBM are often lacking and the most commonly offered option of pharmacological suppression is controversial due to a lack of efficacy, and concerns about physiological effects.

Grief following pregnancy loss - Literature Review

There is a need for greater awareness among health care providers about the psychological reactions that may accompany a pregnancy loss, and health care care providers need to spend extra time with the affected couples to understand their feelings following pregnancy loss.

Social work intervention for women experiencing early pregnancy loss in the emergency department

Recommendations for social work intervention to address the individual needs of women experiencing EPL in the Emergency Department are presented, including acknowledging the loss, providing psychoeducation, honouring the lost, assessing resources, referral and additional information, and building capacity in the ED.

“My Heart Still Aches With Sadness”: Epidemiological Relationships Between Perinatal Grief, Major Depressive Disorder, and Personality Disorders

Examining perinatal grief experiences and mental health in a group of community-dwelling Australian women found that women with personality disorders are more at risk of developing a despair-related form of prolonged grief, whereas women with depression may be at riskof developing a form of protracted grief associated with poorer coping.

.Threatened miscarriage and pregnancy loss: contemporary aspects of the problem.

It was found that the achievement of rational pharmacotherapy in patients with the threat of miscarriage is complicated mainly by the presence of 4 factors: extragenital pathology, burdened obstetric-gynecological anamnesis, lack of adequate drugs and possibilities of their prescription, especially in the first half of pregnancy.

Effect of supportive care on the psychosocial health status of women who had a miscarriage.

Supportive care and counseling provided after miscarriage were found to contribute to women's psychosocial well-being and to improve their ability to cope with psychological symptoms.