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Reproduction, fear of childbirth and obstetric outcomes in women treated for fear of childbirth in their first pregnancy; a historical cohort

Louise Möller, Ann Josefsson, Caroline Lilliecreutz, Christina Gunnervik, Marie Bladh, Gunilla Sydsjö



About 8% of pregnant women in Sweden receive counseling for fear of childbirth (FOC) during pregnancy. Little is known about the long‐term reproductive and obstetric outcome after counseling for FOC: Therefore, the objective of this historical cohort study was to compare the long‐term reproductive and obstetric outcomes in women treated for FOC in their first pregnancy to women without FOC.

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