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Title: Effectiveness of counseling and yoga on stress and coping among infertile women
Researcher: Neelakshi G
Guide(s): Reddy, N Sanjeeva
Keywords: Nursing
Infertility in women
Upload Date: 6-Sep-2012
University: Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute
Completed Date: April, 2010
Abstract: To decrease stress level by improved coping skills and increase pregnancy outcome. Objectives were evaluating the effectiveness of counseling and yoga on stress, coping, and pregnancy outcome among infertile women in study group when compared to women in control group. Correlate the stress, coping and performance of yoga with pregnancy outcome. Associate the selected demographic variables with stress, coping, performance of yoga and pregnancy outcome. Related literatures were reviewed and Roy s adaptation Model was used for conceptual framework. Methodology: Research design adapted was Randomized control trial. Manipulation include information counseling, therapeutic counseling that imported on infertility, investigation, treatment procedures and anagement of infertility related problems in general and coping strategies to manage emotional reaction towards infertility and five steps of yoga. It included demonstration on Titali asana, Spinel flex, Pranayama, Medication and Shavasana and distribution of module on infertility, coping strategies and yoga techniques, reminder for continue the coping strategies and perform yoga steps and clarification. Randomized block technique was used to assign women with infertility. Sample size was 200, 100 in each group. Setting was infertility research center and hospital outpatient department of G.G Hospital, Nungambakkam, Chennai. The instrument had 4 parts: Part I Background variables and maternal variables; Part II Fertility Problem Inventory (emotional reaction towards infertility); Part III Coping skills followed by the women and Part IV Yoga performance check list and Part V pregnancy outcome check list. Data were collected three baselines and after 12 days and 28 days, except yoga performance check list that was assessed after 12 days and 28 days and pregnancy outcome on the day of 28 days. Findings: Comparison of stress projected that 75 (75.0%) had very high level of stress in study and control group.
Pagination: Pagination not done
Appears in Departments:College of Nursing

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