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1

Accept the reality of pregnancy

1st trimester (Accepting the Pregnancy)

2

Accepting the reality of having a baby

2nd trimester

3

Interested in attending prenatal and childbirth classes

Nest Building

4

What are the 10 emotional responses to pregnancy?

1. Ambivalence
2. Grief
3. Narcissism
4. Introversion vs. Extroversion
5. Body image & boundary
6. Stress
7. Couvade Syndrome
8. Emotional Lability
9. Changes in sexual desire
10. Changes in the expectant family

5

A combination of pleasure and anxiety

Ambivalence

6

Seeing the fetal outline on screen may promote acceptance

Sonogram

7

The moment the woman feels fetal movement proof of the child's existence

Quickening

8

A trimester when the mother tries to imagine, role-play, fantasize

2nd Trimester

9

T/F Progesterone decreases temperature slightly early in the pregnancy due to corpus luteum activity

False ( the progesterone increases slightly

10

Blood loss at a normal vaginal birth

300 to 400 ml

11

Symptoms of Supine Hypotensive Syndrome

lightheadedness, faintness, palpitations

12

Increased saliva formation

Hyperpytalism

13

Blood volume normally increases during pregnancy. The extent of this increase is what percentage of pregnancy volume?

30 to 50%

14

Test of blood serum reveals HCG

Serum laboratory tests

15

Feeling of tenderness, fullness, or tingling; enlargement and darkening of areola

Breast Changes

16

Sense of having to void frequently

Frequent urination

17

Color change of the vagina from pink to violet

Chadwick's sign

18

Softening of the cervix

Goodell's sign

19

General feeling of tiredness

Fatigue

20

Uterus can be palpated over symphysis pubis

Uterine enlargement

21

When lower uterine segment is tapped on an bimanual examination, the fetus can be felt to rise against abdominal wall

Ballottement

22

Fetal movement felt by woman

Quickening

23

Periodic uterine tightening occurs

Braxton Hicks contractions

24

Fetal outline can be palpated through abdomen

Fetal outline felt by examiner

25

Line of dark pigment on abdomen

Linea negra

26

Dark pigment on face

Melasma

27

Red streaks on abdome

Striae gravidarum