P5| Volume 88, ISSUE 3, P440, September 2013

Psychological outcomes after second-trimester abortion in the setting of pregnancy complications: a qualitative study of grief and coping

      Choosing a method of second-trimester abortion for pregnancy complications is a preference-sensitive decision, and method choice is driven by how women desire to cope. We sought to describe how women undergoing dilation and evacuation (D&E) or induction experience grief and coping after second-trimester abortion.
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