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Long-term memories and experiences of childbirth in a Nordic context—a secondary analysis - International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being - Vol. 4, 2 - ISBN: 1748-2623, 1748-2631 - p.115-128

Author(s) :

Lundgren, Ingela; Karlsdottir, Sigfridur I.; Bondas, Terese

Year of publication :

2009

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http://www.ijqhw.net/index.php/qhw/article/view/50…
https://doi.org/10.1080/17482620802423414

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The experience of childbirth is an important life experience for women. However, in-depth knowledge about long-term experiences is limited. The aim of the study was to describe women’s experiences two to 20 years after birth. This study is a part of a meta-synthesis project about childbearing in the Nordic countries. Methodologically, the study was a secondary analysis performed on original data from three selected qualitative studies by the authors, in three Nordic countries, Finland, Iceland and Sweden, and in two different forms of care, birth centre care and standard maternity care. There were
29 participants, both primipara and multiparous women. The result from this study shows that women, in a long-term perspective describe childbirth as an encounter with different participants and the most important is with the midwife. The midwife is also important in connection to the atmosphere experienced during birth. The childbirth experience has a potential to strengthen self-confidence and trust in others or, on the contrary, it can mean failure or distrust. Impersonal encounters linger feelings of being abandoned and alone. This dimension is in particular demonstrated in the description of the woman who had given birth at standard maternity care. The conclusion of this study is that childbirth experience has a potential to strengthen self-confidence and trust in others or on the contrary failure or distrust. Maternity care should be organized in a way that emphasis this aspects of care.

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➡ attendance ; psychology ; traumatism ; post-traumatic stress

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