Journal: JOGNN - Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 29, 474-479.
Title: Prenatal perineal massage: preventing lacerations during delivery.
Authors: Davidson, K., Jacoby, S., & Brown, M.S. (2000).
Conclusions: In a study of 368 expectant women, prenatal perineal massage was the one factor – other than frequency of births – which determined favorably how serious a mother’s perineum tore during childbirth.
Journal: British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 108, 499-504.
Title: Women's views on the practice of prenatal perineal massage. *
Authors: Labrecque, M., Eason, E., & Marcoux, S. (2001).
Conclusions: 763 pregnant women received perineal massage and reported the following:
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