Whether Hypertensive Diseases in Pregnancy are Associated with Emotional Stress

Zahida Liaqat, Samia Gull, Samiea Parveen, Afsheen Rasheed


Objective :Stress plays important role in effecting the cardiovascular disease and most of the risk factors with hypertensive disease in pregnancy [HDP] is caused by stress. Main objective of the study is to find connection between stress and risks for HDP during pregnancy. Place and duration of study: Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department Rajab Tayyep Erdogan Indus Hospital, Muzaffargerh. From August 2018 to August 2019.   Material and method:A controlled examination contrasting obstetrical and psychosocial  was conducted by 724 patient and 879 matched control for ages, equality, and educational level. Results: Emotional stress during pregnancy was linked with 1.6 times increase risk for hypertension during pregnancy.

Conlusion :Psychosocial involvement to decrease emotional stress during the period of pregnancy can aid to reduce the risk to emerge HDP.

Keywords: Hypertensive, Pregnancy, Emotional Stress

DOI: 10.7176/JMPB/60-04

Publication date:October 31st 2019

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