Event Title

Topic "Impact of covid-19 virus on pregnant women"

Presenter Information

Valbona Vokshi
Liridona Jemini Gashi

Session

Medicine and Nursing

Description

The Covid-19 virus pandemic has been a global challenge for the past two years. The daily life of each of us had changed, closure and safeguards were a difficult challenge for each of us. However during this time there were pregnant women and such that would be born during that time. The purpose of my paper is to identify the challenges and difficulties that pregnant women have gone through while being infected with the Sara-Cov-2 virus. Overall health status and mental health challenges. The research was conducted in a qualitative method. A semi-structured interview with a total of four participants was used. All these women who have been pregnant and at the same time infected with the Sars-Cov-2 virus. The interviews were conducted at the time of the COVID-19 virus respondents' recovery. All interviews were conducted via video links due to the pandemic situation in the country. This procedure lasted about a month. The results of the research are classified into four topics, two of which address the health challenges of the mother and fetus, while the other two address the mental health of the mother during this time as well as their emotional state. Also providing psychological assistance to the mother by the health professionals present during this time. During the time they were infected with the Sars-Cov-2 virus, expectant mothers manifested severe symptoms of the virus. Their mental and emotional health has been volatile due to little knowledge about the new virus. Fear and anxiety have always been present in mothers, especially fears for the health of the baby. Respondents did not state that they sought psychological help. The results of this study conclude that the health status of mothers affected by the Sars-Cov-2 virus was quite serious and at risk. The symptoms were more pronounced than in the other categories. The fetal health of the two interviewees was at risk and very poor. The emotional state was in crisis and very sensitive, offering and seeking psychological help was lacking but also not requested by the mother.

Keywords:

Sars-Cov-2, pregnant women, symptomatology, fetus, fear, anxiety, phobias.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.220

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Topic "Impact of covid-19 virus on pregnant women"

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The Covid-19 virus pandemic has been a global challenge for the past two years. The daily life of each of us had changed, closure and safeguards were a difficult challenge for each of us. However during this time there were pregnant women and such that would be born during that time. The purpose of my paper is to identify the challenges and difficulties that pregnant women have gone through while being infected with the Sara-Cov-2 virus. Overall health status and mental health challenges. The research was conducted in a qualitative method. A semi-structured interview with a total of four participants was used. All these women who have been pregnant and at the same time infected with the Sars-Cov-2 virus. The interviews were conducted at the time of the COVID-19 virus respondents' recovery. All interviews were conducted via video links due to the pandemic situation in the country. This procedure lasted about a month. The results of the research are classified into four topics, two of which address the health challenges of the mother and fetus, while the other two address the mental health of the mother during this time as well as their emotional state. Also providing psychological assistance to the mother by the health professionals present during this time. During the time they were infected with the Sars-Cov-2 virus, expectant mothers manifested severe symptoms of the virus. Their mental and emotional health has been volatile due to little knowledge about the new virus. Fear and anxiety have always been present in mothers, especially fears for the health of the baby. Respondents did not state that they sought psychological help. The results of this study conclude that the health status of mothers affected by the Sars-Cov-2 virus was quite serious and at risk. The symptoms were more pronounced than in the other categories. The fetal health of the two interviewees was at risk and very poor. The emotional state was in crisis and very sensitive, offering and seeking psychological help was lacking but also not requested by the mother.