1. 9 types of contraception you can use to prevent pregnancy (with pictures!)
- Author: www.health.qld.gov.au
- Date Submitted: 03/18/2019 10:37 PM
- Average star voting: (4.83/5 stars and 43383 reviews)
- Summary: Nine types of contraception available to help prevent unwanted pregnancy.
- Match with the search results: Oct 9, 2019 … A pill packet, condom, IUD and pregnancy test. … Based on typical use, the female condom is not quite as effective as the male latex …
2. What a pregnancy actually looks like before 10 weeks – in pictures
- Author: www.theguardian.com
- Date Submitted: 12/10/2020 11:12 PM
- Average star voting: (4.53/5 stars and 29930 reviews)
- Summary: In 13 US states, abortion is banned even in the earliest stages of pregnancy. But we rarely see what such tissue really looks like
- Match with the search results: Oct 19, 2022 … “Abortion is medical care. Every single person who makes this decision is complex. But this information, showing tissue in the first 10 weeks, …
3. Women’s experiences of their pregnancy and postpartum body image: a systematic review and meta-synthesis – BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
- Author: bmcpregnancychildbirth.biomedcentral.com
- Date Submitted: 02/02/2020 11:13 AM
- Average star voting: (4.4/5 stars and 39225 reviews)
- Summary: Pregnancy-related physical changes can have a significant impact on a woman’s body image. There is no synthesis of existing literature to describe the intricacies of women’s experiences of their body, and relevant clinical implications. Four electronic databases were searched in February 2014 using predefined search terms. English-language, qualitative studies published between January 1992 and December 2013 exploring pregnancy and postpartum body image were included. Following quality appraisal, 17 papers were synthesised using the interpretive thematic synthesis approach within a social constructionist framework. Three themes were highlighted: “Public Event: ‘Fatness’ vs. Pregnancy”, “Control: Nature vs. Self”, and “Role: Woman vs. Mother”. Women perceived the pregnant body to be out of their control and as transgressing the socially constructed ideal, against which they tried to protect their body image satisfaction. Women perceived the physical manifestation of the mothering role as incongruent to their other roles as a wife or partner, or working woman. Body dissatisfaction dominated the postpartum period. Women’s perception of their pregnancy body image is varied and depends on the strategies they use to protect against social constructions of female beauty. Women have unrealistic expectations for their postpartum body, highlighting this as an area where women need better support. Attending to women’s narratives about their pregnant body may identify at-risk women and provide an opportunity for health professionals to provide support to either address or accept body image dissatisfaction. Clinical communication training may enable health professionals to explore body image concerns with women and guide them in identifying ways of accepting or reducing any dissatisfaction.
- Match with the search results: Sep 23, 2014 … Pregnancy-related changes have a significant impact on women’s body image by transgressing the socially constructed ideal image. Women protect …
4. Pregnant woman, baby die after Russian bombing in Mariupol
- Author: apnews.com
- Date Submitted: 02/13/2019 04:22 PM
- Average star voting: (3.72/5 stars and 72022 reviews)
- Summary: MARIUPOL, Ukraine (AP) — A wounded pregnant woman who was taken on a stretcher from a maternity hospital that was bombed by Russia last week has died, along with her baby, The Associated Press has learned.
- Match with the search results: Mar 14, 2022 … They shot video and photos of several bloodstained, pregnant mothers fleeing the blown-out maternity ward as medical workers shouted and …