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Labor for some women takes long, making them suffer even more. When they face an unknown and threatening situation, although they have theoretical knowledge, students demonstrate fear and anxiety because they are uncertain about what may happen normal child birth, forceps or Cesarean section.

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Sijbolico Ana Martins Carvalho R. Normas de pesquisa envolvendo seres humanos – Res. We understand that the symbols for labor and child birth for nursing students converge to feelings and attitudes related to pain, anguish, fear and anxiety whose meaning is expressed in the fact that they see physical and emotional suffering experienced by laboring women.

Triggering labor does not concern only one factor, but rather it is a multi-causal event. Narraciones y relatos autobiograficos sobre la construccion de la vida en familia.

During care for women in labor, even though they considered supporting laboring women important, many times they were taken aback and scarred because they did not feel confident to perform any procedure.

Based on this aspect, the authors are concerned with the education of new nurses that can assist women during labor and birth. Among women, two were mothers, one had a normal delivery and the other had undergone a Cesarean section. Pain in child birth resulted from several interactions with exciting and inhibiting features, and although they are similar to the mechanism of acute pain, there are other specific factors with an obstetric, neurophysiologic, psychological and sociological nature Although pain is a sensory phenomenon, fear and anxiety can worsen its intensity since it is a form of expression that is highly individual and emotional, varying according to the experience and history of laboring women.


Participative observation occurred through the direct participation of one of the researchers with the phenomena observed, to obtain information on the reality of students involved in the context of pre-labor and birth Pain during labor interferes not only in uterine contractility but also in the sociocultural and psychoaffective context of laboring women Regardless of the physiologic process, the way women and relatives face labor is related with the way they were socialized with the labor process Thus, when they see women in labor, students always refer to the painful process that makes women suffer as we can see by the following statements.

That pain, everybody talks about that pain.

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Students start to recognize physical suffering related to it because of dilation which is considered as a natural process, however, students fear complications that can occur during labor. These physiological phenomena are characterized by the presence of contractions with growing intensity that leads to cervical effacement, its progressive dilation, fetal presentation, and fetal expulsion Students that support laboring women describe pain as a complex and subjective phenomenon.

Data collection Data collection was carried out in two stages: At the end of the study, we could notice that students’ view of their obstetric practice have changed due to the several situations of their routine especially their interaction with laboring women giving rise to new meanings and senses for labor and child birth. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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The interview is not only a data collection technique, but rather a social interaction between two people, the interviewer and the interviewee, to obtain information Before child birth, women have to experience labor which is characterized by three stages early, active and transitionstarting with uterine activity and progressively continuing with cervix dilation and effacement, allowing for proper development of labor.


Supporting women in labor, in nursing students’ point of view means physical pain characterized by uterine activity to dilate cervix.

O desafio do conhecimento: Women are very fragile, interaccionismmo need attention, they feel anxious, they are in pain, it is a unique moment for them REGINA. The national health policy started to increasingly support hospital birth. Labor causes a lot of anxiety, especially when it is the first child, because you know Physiologically, labor occurs with release of oxytocin by the neurohypophysis through estrogen stimulation resulting from the following factors: Based on the statements of informants, we learned about the meaning of labor and child birth to students, and we realized their concern is directly related to child birth even though they have to support labor.

Based on a favorable interaction, students feel open to share their joys, sadness, anguish, sensations, and pleasures from their experience in the Center of Normal Child Birth, which, according to them is unique and singular to their learning.

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As fear and anxiety increase, muscular tension is higher and the effectiveness of uterine contractions is reduced, multiplying discomfort, and starting the cycle of growing fear and anxiety Pain is a complex experience with sensitive, emotional, and cognitive behaviors that interact among themselves and in the sociocultural environment Inthe Program for Total Women Health Care encompassed women’s health interacciojismo the pregnancy and postpartum period, high risk pregnancy prevention and also offered greater safety in hospital birth.

Because meanings are formed by feelings, behaviors, and attitudes, students assimilate the feelings expressed by laboring women that go from anguish, fear, pain, anxiety, incapacity, and even happiness.

Furthermore, interviews were used to complement the understanding of the data obtained through observation. O cuidado em enfermagem materna.