The first few times you, as a pregnant marks her infant's but in the stomach, it is a moving experience. Later on, it can be a bit tiring. And if it continues after the birth, it can even seem a little bizarre.
But according to a small new study, not yet published and reviewed by other scientists, experiencing more mothers continue to feel their baby kick, after the birth is over. It writes the media New Scientist according to the Science.dk.
Researchers from Monash University in a survey found that 40 percent of a group of 197 previously pregnant women have experienced the so-called ’phantom-fosterspark’.
The majority of women connects fantomsparkene with something positive and a little bit nostalgic. But for women who have undergone unfortunate and traumatic fødselsforløb,, the pain can create negative feelings. It remains to be seen, why fantomspark which these take place.
Psychiatrist Philip Corlett from the Yale School of Medicine, who have not participated in the study, estimates that it can hang together with, that you as a mother continues to have an expectation that a brand sparkene, even after the birth is over.
Susan Ayers, a researcher in maternal and child health at the City University of London, which has not participated in the new study, believes that the new studies of the results may be a clue skævvredne, since women will be more likely to enroll in the study, if they themselves have experienced the phenomenon.
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