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1 Introduction Domestic violence is defined as “any use of physical, sexual, psychological or economic violence of one family member against the other family member and neglect of a family member, irrespective of a person’s age, gender or any other personal circumstance of the victim or the perpetrator of violence” (1) . In Slovenia, the prevalence of intimate partner violence is estimated to be anywhere from 15% to 17% ( 2 - 4 ). Exposure to domestic violence can have many negative effects on the victim’s health (5) and leads to an increased use of health care

1 Introduction Violence against women during pregnancy attracted much professional attention in the past decades and became an important research topic in medicine as well. The reason is primarily the growing awareness of the multiple effects of violence on the physical and mental health of women and children. The World Health Organisation (WHO) studies on intimate partner violence (IPV) indicate that, on the global level, the average incidence of violence during pregnancy is between 4% and 12%. These estimates vary significantly between countries ranging from 1