Tokophobia: Fear of Pregnancy and Labor

Tokophobia: Fear of Pregnancy and Labor
What is Tokophobia? It comes from the Greek roots toko + phobia, meaning “fear of child birth.” By the clinical definition, tokophobia is the irrational fear or anxiety of labor and pregnancy. In 2007, the Internet Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics published the article “Tokophobia: Fear of Pregnancy and Childbirth,” claiming that approximately 13% of women have ...

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