Specific features of the type of attitude to pregnancy and gestation dominance in women
Nigina S. Babieva 1 * , Lyudmila G. Zhedunova 2, Yuliya E. Sudakova 3, Elena A. Petrova 4, Natalia A. Tyurina 5, Irina V. Mikhailova 6
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1 Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia
2 Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushinsky, Yaroslavl, Russia
3 Dimitrovgrad Engineering and Technological Institute of the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Dimitrovgrad, Russia
4 Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia
5 National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Russia
6 Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia
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The purpose of the article is to describe an empirical study of the characteristics of the gestational dominance of employed women.

The leading methods to study this problem are diagnostic and static methods, which make it possible to reveal some peculiarities in relation to pregnancy of employed and unemployed women.

According to the results of the empirical study, the author(s) confirmed the hypothesis about the existence of some specific features in the types of attitude to pregnancy (gestational dominance). Employed women had an optimal and hypogestognosic type of attitude to pregnancy, while unemployed women showed an alarming type of attitude to pregnancy and an obsession with themselves.

After the training program to improve the mental state of women during pregnancy, the experimental groups showed a positive tendency in relation to pregnancy and gestational dominance of women. The results presented in the article will help develop specific recommendations for women to harmonize their mental state during pregnancy.


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Electron J Gen Med, 2019 - Volume 16 Issue 6, Article No: em158

Publication date: 15 Nov 2019

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