The Role of Nurse in Take Care to Fear of Childbirth among Expectant Fathers Having High Risk Pregnant Wives

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Rujirada Saojawuttipong
Nujares Sopa
Vajjamai Sookkavanawat

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Fear of childbirth in expectant father is feeling from negative predictions about wives pregnancy and birth. High risk pregnancy is the situation which may cause harm to wife and fetus, and it is unpredictable. The factors that cause fear of childbirth in the father are age, lack of experience, anxiety, self-esteem, and social support. So Midwife’s nurse should be health educator and counselor about symptoms and caregiving of women’s high risk pregnancy, and also be co-ordinator with interdisciplinary team for giving care and treatment appropriately to pregnant women. And be consultant about environmental modifies in both of health behavior and external environments that can help them perform daily activities appropriately. Moreover, Midwife should be researcher to learn about causes and how to do nursing care for the father and wife to have good physical health and mental health.

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Saojawuttipong R, Sopa N, Sookkavanawat V. The Role of Nurse in Take Care to Fear of Childbirth among Expectant Fathers Having High Risk Pregnant Wives. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [nternet]. 2021Aug.29 [cited 2021Nov.30];22(2):10-5. vailable from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/241193
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