Lunes, 09 de enero de 2006


Las mujeres que abortan provocadamente tienen m?s problemas de sue?o

Es un estudio publicado en la prestigiosa revista SLEEP.


En este estudio llevado a cabo por el Dr. D. Reardon y la Dra. P. Coleman se demuestra que las mujeres que abortaron inducidamente o de forma provocada fueron m?s frecuentemente tratadas por problemas en el sue?o comparadas con mujeres que dieron a luz en semejantes condiciones.

El riesgo mayor observado fue en los primeros 180 d?as tras la interrupci?n del embarazo o aborto provocado y se reduc?a tres a?os tras el aborto.

Los autores examinaron las historias cl?nicas de 15.345 mujeres que se provocaron un aborto, y 41.479 mujeres que dieron a luz. Las mujeres que ten?an problemas de sue?o en tratamiento durante el periodo anterior a su embarazo fueron excluidas.

Las mujeres que abortaron en comparaci?n con las que llevaron los embarazos inesperados a t?rmino ya se ha demostrado en investigaciones anteriores que son m?s susceptibles a tener trastornos de ansiedad generalizada y depresi?n.

Los trastornos del sue?o est?n frecuentemente unidos a alteraciones del ?nimo y es una queja relacionada al s?ndrome de estr?s postraum?tico. "Los m?dicos deber?an advertir de estas asociaciones de secuelas a las mujeres que van a abortar", escribieron los autores.



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Resumen de Medical News Today:

Results of a study show that women are significantly more likely to be treated for sleep disorders or disturbances following an induced abortion compared to a birth.

The observed risk was highest in the first 180 days after pregnancy outcome but was not significant after the third year.

The authors examined the records of 15,345 women who had an induced abortion and 41,479 women who gave birth. Women with a history of treatment for sleep disorders during the period prior to the pregnancy outcome were excluded.

Compared to women who carry unintended pregnancies to term, research shows that women who have abortions are more susceptible to generalized anxiety disorder and depression and are more likely to receive psychiatric treatment, according to background information in the article.

Sleep disorders are often linked to a mood disorder and are a common complaint related to posttraumatic stress disorder. ?Clinicians may be able to make more-appropriate referrals for counseling if they are aware of these potential relationships,? the authors write.

SLEEP is the official journal of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC, a joint venture of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society. Go online to www.journalsleep.org. Find accurate medical information about sleep and sleep disorders at www.sleepeducation.com


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