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|While the majority of survivors
are women, men can also be
victims. For the sake of
simplicity, we refer to the
victim/survivor as “she” and the
perpetrator/abuser as “he”.
Domestic Violence And Pregnancy
Double the Danger Twice the Threat
•Pregnant and recently pregnant women are more likely to be victims of homicide than any
other cause of death.
•A significant proportion of all female homicide victims are killed by their intimate partners.
•Domestic violence during pregnancy puts your life and the life of your baby at risk.
•Domestic violence is the number one cause of injury to women.
•Abusive partners do not stop their violence after the baby is born.
•Abusive partners do not become good fathers after the baby is born.
Domestic violence can happen to anyone: women of all ages, races, religions, educational
backgrounds, income levels, and in every part of the county. You are not alone and it is not
If you are a victim of domestic violence and are pregnant, you and your baby are at high risk
of injury or murder.
No matter what form of domestic violence your abusive partner has chosen to use against
you, he is affecting the emotional and physical welfare of yourself and your baby. It is also
important to note that after the baby is born your abusive partner is not going to stop abusing
you or your newborn. Abusive partners do not magically become good fathers after the baby
is born. In fact, domestic violence is the number one predictor of child abuse.
Physical Effects of Violence During Pregnancy:
(From the American Medical Association)
•Insufficient weight gain
•Increase of chronic illness
•Complications during labor
•Delayed prenatal care
•Low birth weight
•Separation of the placenta
•Fetal bruising, fractures, and blood clots
(More specifically to mom)
•Alcohol and drug abuse
You and your baby are at risk of emotional and physical harm