Related Psychosocial Factors and Delivery Mode of Depression and Anxiety in Primipara in Late Pregnancy

In this study, 480 cases of normal primiparas who had regular prenatal examination and delivered in hospital were selected as the research object. The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HAD) was used to record the depressive anxiety state of all study subjects in the third trimester, and we analyzed the effects of age, education background of pregnant women and their spouses, the nature of jobs, family income, prenatal and pregnancy health status, medical insurance status, attend pregnant women's school, and accompanying status of family member on their depressive anxiety state. The influence of depression and anxiety on delivery mode was analyzed. The result showed that the age, health status during prenatal and pregnancy, accompanying status of family members, and attend pregnant women's school are the independent risk factors affecting depression and anxiety status of primiparas during late pregnancy. Antenatal depression and anxiety have certain influence on the choice of the delivery mode of pregnant women. Targeted psychological intervention for primiparas with high-risk factors is helpful to improve their psychological state and reduce the rate of cesarean section.PMID:34646324 | PMC:PMC8505059 | DOI:10.1155/2021/3254707
Source: Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Source Type: research