Thoughts and emotions during traumatic birth: A qualitative study

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Ayers, S.;
(2007)

Background: Previous research shows that 1 to 9 percent of women will develop symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder after childbirth. The objective of this study was to examine thoughts and emotions during birth, cognitive processing after birth, and memories of bir... View more
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