Discutindo sobre a violência perpetrada por parceiro íntimo na gestação : desfechos relacionados à saúde materno-infantil
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Violence is a current topic, and violence perpetrated by intimate partners is growing concern of social, legal, and health policy. The subject is already configured a public health problem, considering the physical and emotional harm caused to the victim, and study data refer to women victims of domestic violence seeking up to six times more for the health service. Pregnancy can be an increase of the risk of violence against women according to some studies, can change the default for the frequency and severity during this period or even be initiated at this stage of a woman's life. Still, this type of violence ends up in invisibility in health services, and can cause risks to maternal and fetal health. Objective: To discuss the scientific production in Brazil in the period 2010 to 2015 regarding the children's maternal outcomes during gestation and postpartum women victims of violence perpetrated by an intimate partner. Methods: We used the scientific literature integrative review with cover articles in Portuguese, English and Spanish available in CINAHL databases, Scielo and BVS published in the periods 2010-2015 through descriptors in Portuguese and English "violence against women and pregnancy "," domestic violence and pregnancy. " Results: There was negative repercussions resulting from VPI, the analyzed studies bring these can affect both the pregnancy, such as puerperal, with higher occurrence of risk among women with unplanned pregnancy, abortion practice, presenting also high rates of gestational and postpartum depression, at high risk of suicide, poor quality in prenatal care, Fetal death (neo and postnatal) and increased risk of low birth weight. Conclusion: The knowledge of these data IPV during pregnancy by health professionals can help prevent negative outcomes for women's health and fetal development, and must become concrete action of primary care and specialized in prenatal care.