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Authors : Himali, L.P. and Shakila, L.

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 Volume 3 Issue 9

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Health is most important concept of every people. In this regard state has responsible for improve health facilities. When it is the women’s context, the maternal care has been accorded top priority. Government have launched many health care programmes and appointed offices to care about the pregnant women and make sure their health condition. As the result of this, maternal mortality is relatively low. Even though, awareness about the complication is still remaining low in the society. Thus, most of the pregnancy women are faced several complications in the pregnancy period and after delivery. So that, 75.4% complications influence for the maternal mortality of Sri Lanka in 2011. Unfortunately, most of the infant were born with maternal and physically feeble and mothers had to face huge complications because of maternal complications as hypertension. To identify the influential factors on mental complication during pregnancy period a sample of 200 pregnant mothers from Kaduwela and Homagama municipal areas were chosen using convenience sampling method, and collected data using structured questioners. Binary logistic data analysis method was utilizing to analyze the data due the dichotomize nature of the response variable.The results have indicated that, in antepartum, mental complications were occurred due to the carelessness of the husband, mistrust on husband, due to the unplanned pregnancy, perception based on the gender of the unborn child and the family problems due to drugs.
Keywords:- Antepartum, Complications, Mental, Pregnancy.