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Ulyanich A.L., Naku E.A., Leshchinskaya S.B., Silaeva A.V., Ivanovna T.A. Psychological factors and markers of development of threat of termination of pregnancy among the women who became pregnant after IVF

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.3.p541-546
Psychological factors and markers of development of threat of termination of pregnancy among the women who became pregnant after IVF
Anna Leonidovna Ulyanich, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Elena Anatolyevna Naku, the laboratory assistant, Svetlana Borisovna Leshchinskaya, the post-graduate student, Anna Vladimirovna Silaeva, the post-graduate student, Tatyana Andreevna Ivanovna, the student, National Research Tomsk State University

Introduction. Modern medical research shows that the presence of infertility and IVF in the history of a pregnant woman most often creates the likelihood of her falling into the group of somatically complicated pregnancy and increases the risk of violations of the natural course of pregnancy. The aim of the study is to comprehensively study of the factors and markers of development of the threat of termination of pregnancy in women whose pregnancy occurred with the help of IVF. Methods: medical records data, socio-demographic questionnaire, psychodiagnosis tests: The Beck Depression Inventory; «Self-Assessment of Psychological States» (H. Ayzenk); «The Questionnaire of reproductive motives “My Pregnancy”» (O. Magdenko); «The Semantic Differential Scale» (C. Osgud); the «Quality of Life» Questionnaire (SF-26). The results of the study and their discussion. The factors of development of threatened abortion: self-doubt, low self-esteem; low vitality; the presence of a depressive mood; motives of pregnancy related to the perception of her as a means of achieving a new social status, satisfaction of need for love and support. The results of the study can be used in the development of differentiated programs for prevention and support of pregnant women after IVF.
Keywords: threat factors of pregnancy termination; somatically complicated pregnancy; in vitro fertilization; differentiated psychological prevention.
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