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A comparative postpartum of stress and stressors of Appearance, behavior and care of neonate in the primiparity and multiparity in first and second month after delivery
Sakineh Nazari , Parvin Salari , Seyed reza Mazloom , Mahboobeh Ghorbani , Maryam Bagheri
Instructor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, North Khorasan University of Medical Sciences,Bojnurd.Iran , s4.nazari@gmail.com
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Introduction : Parenthood is always a big challenge, especially primiparous who first encountered the baby, but the multiparouse  encounter with  new  challenge, the study. "A comparative postpartum of stress and stressors of Appearance, care and behavior of neonate  in the primiparity and multiparity in first and second month after delivery"was performed
Methods: This was conducted on 400 primiparous and multiparous no problem with medical and psychological term healthy child qualifies, referring to health centers of Mashhad days 28-8 after giving birth in 1390, based on sampling multistep cluster quit was available.  The instruments used in this research unit questionnaire consisted of demographic characteristics, pregnancy and childbirth, baby, Stress Questionnaire of appearance, behavior and care of neonate. Data questionnaire reliability and validity have been verified in the first two months postpartum were collected. The data were analyzed using descriptive analytic statistics by SPSS.
Results: The results showed that primiparous women appeared in all these aspects appearance, behavior and care of neonate causing more stress than multiparouse. The difference was significant were(p<0.05). the stressors in the first month  in primiparouse and multiparouse respectively  appearance, care and behavior neonate, the sick child, the child's movements during sleep and bathing baby and  In the second month in nulliparous, the sick child, child's movements during sleep and bathe the baby and multiparouse, disease children, sleeping children and education and child development in the future.
Conclusion:. According to encounter more stress primiparous women with children teaching them seem to be associated with beneficial results and Alsoconsidering that the the two groups will vary stressors should teach and inform the two groups look different
Keywords: primiparity, multiparity, postpartum, Appearance, care, behavior, neonate
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/04/19 | Accepted: 2017/05/30 | Published: 2017/12/9
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nazari S, salari P, mazloom S R, ghorbani M, bagheri M. A comparative postpartum of stress and stressors of Appearance, behavior and care of neonate in the primiparity and multiparity in first and second month after delivery. JPEN. 2017; 4 (2) :17-24
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