The Comparison of Sleep Quality after Cesarean and Normal Vaginal Deliveries


Authors : Raimi George, Mary Shalu Jose, Dr.Elizabeth Jacob

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 3 - March

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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Delivery is an important life event for women. Labor pain is the primary cause of women avoiding normal vaginal delivery and tendency toward cesarean section as an alternative method. Some women suffer from postpartum depression, illness, sleep disturbances, constipation and sexual disorders which are related to mode of delivery. The present study aimed to compare postpartum sleep quality after cesarean and normal vaginal delivery. The sample consist of 30 women with normal delivery and 30 women with cesarean at 3 month postpartum. Sleep quality was measured by using PSQI questionnaire. Mean PSQI score in normal delivery mothers group 11.77±2.28 and Caesarean mothers 12.37 ±2.08, p value is 0.284.We found that there is no statistically significant difference between mode of delivery and sleep in the postpartum.

Keywords : Cesarean, Postpartum, Sleep Quality, PSQI.

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