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Anadolu Psikiyatri Derg. 2013; 14(2): 177-180


Cases of sibling incest resulting in pregnancy

Evrim Aktepe, Orhan Kocaman.

Abstract
Incest is defined as any form of sexual contact between immediate relatives without regarding the ages, and consent of the participants. The cases presented are two adolescents impregnated as a result of sexual abuse from their brothers (one case from the older brother and the other case from the younger brother). The adolescent who was impregnated by her older brother underwent abortus. The other adolescent on the other hand gave birth to her baby. The mental pathologies diagnosed in the adolescents are posttraumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder, suicide and dissociative amnesia. Our presentation is a discussion of the psychological and social difficulties experienced by pregnant adolescents who were victims of incest.
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Key words: incest, brother, pregnancy



Hamilelikle sonuçlanan kardeş ensesti olguları

Özet
Ensest, katılımcıların yaşına ve rızasına bakılmaksızın yakın akrabalar arasındaki herhangi bir cinsel ilişki olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Sunulan olgular birisi ağabeyi tarafından, diğeri de erkek kardeşi tarafından cinsel istismara maruz kalma sonucu hamile kalan ergenlerdir. Ağabeyi tarafından cinsel istismara maruz kalan ergende abortus yapılmıştır. Diğer ergen ise bebeğini doğurmuştur. Ergenlerde saptanan ruhsal patolojiler travma sonrası stres bozukluğu, majör depresif bozukluk, intihar girişimi ve dissosiyatif amnezidir. Sunumumuzda ensest mağduru hamile ergenlerin yaşadığı ruhsal ve toplumsal zorluklar tartışılmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Ensest, erkek kardeş, hamilelik


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