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_______ rules used to determine the estimated day of birth by subtracting ________ months from and adding _______ days to and ________ year to the first day of the ________. Alternatively, add ______ days to the _________ and count forward ______ months.
Nagele's rule (estimated date of birth EDB) 3, 7, 1, last menstrual period (LMP), 7, last menstrual period, 9
The three 3-month periods into which pregnancy is divided
trimesters
Measurement performed beginning in the second trimester as one indicator of the progress of fetal growth
fundal height
Test used to determine whether the nipple is everted or inverted; it is performed by placing the thumb and forefinger on the areola and pressing inward gently
pinch test
Tasks accomplished by women and men as they adapted to the changes of pregnancy; these tasks include ________, _______, _________, _________, and ________.
Developmental changes; accepting pregnancy, identifying with role of parent, reordering personal relationships, establishing relationship with fetus, preparing for childbirth
rapid unpredictable changes in mood
Emotional liability
having conflicting feelings about the pregnancy at the same time
ambivalence
As a pregnant woman establishes a relationship with her fetus, she progresses through three phases. In phase one, she accepts the _____ and needs to be able to state, ______. In phase two, the woman accepts the ____ and as a ____. she can now say, ______. Finally, in phase 3, the woman prepares realistically for the ____ and ____. She expresses the thought, _____.
Biologic fact of pregnancy, "I am pregnant"
growing fetus as distinct from herself, person to nurture;
I am going to have a baby
birth
Changes in blood pressure that can occur when a pregnant woman lies on her back for an examination of her abdomen. The _______ and the ______ are compressed by the weight of the abdominal contents, including the uterus.
supine hypo-sensitive syndrome; vena cava; abdominal aorta
Change in blood pressure that can occur if a pregnant woman changes her position rapidly from supine to upright
orthostatic (postural) hypotension
________, _________, and ________ techniques used to assess fetal health status
Fetal movement; fetal heart rate; fundal height
Cultural expectations regarding the specific ways the male is to behave during pregnancy including the importance of respecting taboos associated with pregnancy and giving birth.
ritual couvade
Pregnancy-related phenomenon in which men experience pregnancy-like symptoms, such as nausea, weight gain, and other physical symptoms.
couvade syndrome
________Cultural directives that tell a woman what to do during pregnancy; _________ Cultural directives that tell a woman what not do do during pregnancy; they establish
prescriptions; proscriptions; taboos
____________ Professionally trained woman who provides physical, emotional, and informational support to women and their partners during labor and birth and in the postpartum period
Doulas
Tool that can be used by expectant couples to explore their childbirth options and choose those that are most important to them; it serves as a tentative guide because the reality of what is feasible may change as the actual labor and birth progress
birth plan
Calculate the expecteated date of birth (EDB) for each of the following pregnant women using Nagele's rule. Diane's last menes began on May 5 2010 and its last day occurred on may 10, 2010
Use Nagele's rule: subtract 3 months and add 7 days and 1 year to the first day of the last menstrual period.
February 12, 2011
Calculate the expecteated date of birth (EDB) for each of the following pregnant women using Nagele's rule. Sara had intercourse on February 21, 2010. She has not had a menstrual period since the one that began on January 14, 2010 and ended 5 day's later.
Use Nagele's rule: subtract 3 months and add 7 days and 1 year to the first day of the last menstrual period.
October 21, 2011
Calculate the expecteated date of birth (EDB) for each of the following pregnant women using Nagele's rule. Beth's last period began on July 4, 2010, and ended on july 10, 2010. She noted that her basal body temperature (BBT) began to rise on July 28 2010.
Use Nagele's rule: subtract 3 months and add 7 days and 1 year of the last menstrual period.
April 11, 2011