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Open Access The study of psycho-emotional state of pregnant women with syphilis

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Objective: to study the psycho-emotional state of pregnant women with syphilis. Materials and Methods. The study included 53 pregnant women who had newly registered syphilis. The mean age of patients was 25±2.3 years. Diagnostics was done by Beck's depression inventory, the technique of diagnostics of social frustration level of L. I. Was-serman (modified by V. V. Boiko). Results. Patients had high level of depression on the Beck's method, the technique of diagnostics of social frustration level of L. I. Wasserman (modified by V. V. Boiko) revealed that dissatisfaction with social outcomes in major aspects of life in the majority of patients causes a "position in society" and "life in General" after conducting corrective treatment psycho-emotional state of patients improved. Conclusion. While the use of psychotherapy in combination with drug treatment, syphilis treatment becomes more efficient: decreases the level of depression decreases the level of social frustration in the problematic spheres of life.

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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Saratov Regional Clinical Dermatovenerologic Dispensary

Publication date: January 1, 2017

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