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