Improved Mental State in Women
after Vacuum Aspiration

Anxiety, irritation and unrest of many women in connection with the decision for a vacuum aspiration is very great – also the anxiety con­cern­ing the operation itself.

Due to the enormous mental stress the psycho-emotional profile of many women often docu­ments nearly psychopathic states. In such a state an effective release of stress and a psycho-emotional harmonization is helpful. By the help of the Minnesota Multiphasic Per­son­al­ity Inventory the investigation wanted to docu­ment in how far the Medical Resonance Ther­apy Music® could achieve this.

Under investigation were 32 women
in two groups
  1. an experimental group of 19 patients at the age of 20-37, who listened to Medi­cal Resonance Therapy Music® before, during and after the operation and did not receive any medication and

  2. a control group of 13 women who did not listen to MRT-Music® but were treated with spasmolytica and narcotics instead.

Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

After the treatment complete normalization of the mental functions was reestablished again in 22,2% of the women, in 44,4% a clear im­prove­ment could be documented, no change took place in 11,1% and 22,3% of the women experienced a certain degeneration.

Before the operation the state of two patients was near to an acute psychopathic and schizo­phre­nia-like state. After the treatment with Medical Resonance Therapy Music® nearly all disturbances disappeared. Already after one treatment with Medical Resonance Therapy Music® a normalization could be ob­served: de­pres­sive moods started to vanish, hysterical traits began to disappear and ag­gres­sion re­duced remarkably.

The degenerations concerned a growth in hy­po­chon­dria as well as the appearance of an auto-agressive tendency.
Control Group

In this group no woman experienced complete normalization, 23% experienced a certain im­prove­ment, in 15,45% no change occurred and in 61,55% a certain degeneration was registered.

Improvements concerned the schizophrenia-like symptoms, but much more often the de­gen­era­tion of these symptoms was registered.
More than half of the women in this group suf­fered from depression, sometimes in their covered form.



Prof. Dr. med. W. Sidorenko
Dr. med. T. Teterkina
Dr. med. A. Fedulow
Dr. med. T. Sigalowa
Dr. med. S. Zarewa
Dr. med. Klepazkaja
Dr. med. A. Wassiljewa