They are not treated equally, they don't get education, when they are sick they are not taken care of and they are even denied economic security. Under such circumstances being pregnant or even the thought of becoming a mother becomes a sheer impossibility.
Fear of pregnancy prevails especially in developing societies. In several developing countries, around 20% of females give birth to their first child at eighteen years or less than eighteen years of age.
They are forced to do so in the male dominated societies. Being pregnant in such a tender age may lead to several physiological abnormalities and thus the woman is afraid to become a mother once more.
Most teenaged girls are physiologically and psychologically unprepared to become responsible mothers.
Fear of pregnancy settles in the hearts of the women as their one time experience of becoming a mother teaches them a lesson of their life. However, the most common cause of this particular apprehension is the undue pressure of giving birth to a male child.
For this, the woman is forced to become a mother several times until she gives birth to a baby boy. Such things are very much prevalent in orthodox and poor families. Multiple pregnancy experiences make the woman weak and fragile.
Thus, they don't have the energy and the interest to become a mother once more. Lack of care and proper treatment cause the death of several expecting mothers.
Another reason of this type of fear is that a considerable amount of teenage females becoming mothers causes hindrance in the level of education and several job opportunities. A major risk involved with pregnancy is the possibility of an infection being passed from the mother to the child.
Pregnancy, labor, breast-feeding and delivery are the four instances when there are chances for the germ being delivered.
At times unsafe abortions give form to several physiological complications. This is again a very significant cause of pregnancy fear. Proper pregnancy education is essential not only for women, but also for men in developing and underdeveloped countries.
Without proper information it is very likely for women to have the fear of pregnancy.
The fear of being pregnant is also known as tocophobia and fear of childbirth. This particular phobic condition can ruin the quality of your life. It may cause problem both in your social and professional life.
However, symptoms of tocophobia matches with other phobic symptoms like rapid breathing, sweating, overall feeling of dread, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat and nausea.
Fear of pregnancy can also become intense before the birth of a child. These apprehensions include:
How to treat fear of pregnancy with trusted self help NLP techniques
From the NLP viewpoint, your fear is the result of your programs or "constructs" that you have created that don't work very well. With NLP, these constructs are revealed and "re-programmed" so that your phobia is minimized and often eliminated.
You can well get rid of fear of pregnancy by facing reality with the assistance of self-help NLP methods.
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