PAIN IN SITUATION OF SPONTANEOUS ABORTMENT: AN EXPERIENCE REPORT


PAIN IN SITUATION OF SPONTANEOUS ABORTMENT: AN EXPERIENCE REPORT


Aksileiny Ledjaney Menezes Matos, Paulo Cesar Vieira de Almeida, Lavynea Silva Menezes , Wedja Maria da Silva, Ana Lúcia Melk Cirino de Almeida, Linda Concita Nunes Araújo

Faculdade Estácio de Alagoas.


International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Introduction: The provoked or induced abortion, in its definition, is the act of stopping pregnancy for external and intentional reasons before extrauterine viability. The physical and emotional consequences that abortion entails, which can lead to irreversible sequelae, and even to the death of women, miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy before the 20th week. Leading to a feeling of pain not only by mourning, but also for the suffering of abortion (Sell, Sandra Elisa, et al.; 2015). For Sescato, Souza and Wall (2008), pain is considered a sensory and subjective experience. pain is also related to several factors that influence your perception, such as fear, mental stress, tension, fatigue, loneliness, social and affective helplessness, and ignorance of what is happening. Objective: To describe the experience experienced by a nursing student during nursing care in abortion situation. Methodology: This is a descriptive study of the report of experience in a public maternity hospital in the municipality of Maceió-AL, in 2015. Results: During nursing care provided to a woman in an abortion situation, it was noticeable through physiognomy that she had severe pain. Faced with an exhaustive routine of health professionals, care without directly worrying about pain making care mechanically, thus, and there is no concern in trying to calm the patient not passing information about the procedures and techniques to be performed, forgetting even to identify themselves. Conclusion: In view of the experience experienced, the importance of a team qualified to assist patients in complex situations such as abortion, with adequate reception, was evidenced, taking into account the moment of physical and emotional pain suffered by the patient, seeing him thus, holistically.


Keywords: Pain; Miscarriage; Nursing Care.

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Aksileiny Ledjaney Menezes Matos, Paulo Cesar Vieira de Almeida, Lavynea Silva Menezes , Wedja Maria da Silva, Ana Lúcia Melk Cirino de Almeida, Linda Concita Nunes Araújo.PAIN IN SITUATION OF SPONTANEOUS ABORTMENT: AN EXPERIENCE REPORT. International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2019, 2:18