The study will apply the best practices during pregnancy.
The staff of the Boston medical center examined 20 women with sexual trauma gave birth in the period from 2015 to 2017. During conversations with the ladies doctors discussed various topics related to “interesting situation”. After candid conversations with patients, doctors found that survivors of sexual trauma have preferences in the provision of obstetric care. Some women reported fear and anxiety that emerged during the examination of the uterus. Ladies wanted, so the doctors gave a clear explanation of why they’re running tests. Survivors of sexual trauma do not want to remember his life and wish that this topic was not addressed. Girls worried about who is in office at the time of the survey.
Interviewing scientists propose to introduce clear rules in the provision of obstetric care, enshrined in law. After the study, doctors recommend pick up expressions when dealing with survivors of sexual trauma, so as not to remind them of the incident and not to reopen old emotional wound.