Lia Mara Netto DornellesNUDIF, UFRGS; Universidade de Caxias do Sul · Psicologia
Lia Mara Netto Dornelles
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Background: Pregnancies achieved through medical treatments following a period of infertility may demand extra emotional and practical investment from women. Aim: This paper aims at understanding the experience of pregnancy after Assisted Reproductive Technology, and exploring whether this experience is affected by previous failed infertility tr...
RESUMO Quando o projeto parental é inviabilizado em decorrência da infertilidade e o casal recorre às Técnicas de Reprodução Assistida (TRA), a construção da paternidade pode ser afetada. Este estudo qualitativo, que teve como objetivo investigar a experiência paterna da gestação nesse contexto, foi realizado com 13 pais cujas companheiras engravid...
Monoparentalidade programada e reprodução assistida: da “produção independente” à utilização de sêmen póst mortem Julieta M. B. R. Quayle Lia M. N. Dornelles Resumo A utilização das técnicas de reprodução assistida vem possibilitando, nas últimas décadas, a realização da vontade de exercer a parentalidade em diferentes contextos e situações, muito...
Objective To explore women's fears during pregnancy following conception via assisted reproductive technology (ART). Methods 19 expectant first-time mothers were interviewed during the third trimester of pregnancy using a semi-structured schedule. Perceptions of and feelings about pregnancy were assessed. Content analysis was used to identify them...
When plans to become parents cannot be realized due to a couple's infertility, it is possible to resort to assisted reproduction techniques. However, the physical and emotional stress caused by these techniques may accord pregnancy and parenthood specific characteristics, with yet unknown repercussions. Through this qualitative study, based on inte...
This paper reviews and discusses studies that investigated pregnancy in couples who conceived through assisted reproduction techniques (ART). The results suggest similarities between the emotional response of ART couples and the ones who conceived spontaneously. Improvements are observed in cases of depression and anxiety when the treatment succeed...
The physical and psychological stress produced by the assisted reproduction techniques (ART) may affect parenthood in a special way, with unknown repercussions. This study aims at knowing the process of becoming a mother in three women who conceived through ART and whose babies were three months old. The results showed that the participants of this...