PREGNANCY AND OUTCOMES OF DELIVERY IN WOMEN WITH GENITAL ENDOMETRIOSISJournal: Journal of the Grodno State Medical University (Vol.18, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2020-10-02
Authors : Pavlovskaya M. A. Gutikova L. V. Kukharchyk Y. V.;
Page : 569-574
Keywords : endometriosis; pregnancy; childbirth; postpartum period;
Background. The problem of genital endometriosis is relevant both in medical and in social aspects.Aim of the research. To analyze the course of pregnancy, childbirth and their outcomes in genital endometriosis to justify the critical terms of the complicated course of pregnancy and determine approaches for the development of therapeutic and preventive measures.Material and methods. The main group – 160 pregnant women, previously treated for genital endometriosis. The control group was 50 healthy women with a normal pregnancy. The generally accepted clinical laboratory and instrumental methods of the research were used. Statistical analysis of the data was carried out using the software package Statistica 10.0. Results. Gestational periods of 6-12 weeks, 18-22 weeks, 30-34 weeks of pregnancy are critical for women of the main group. The course of pregnancy is complicated by the threat of an early miscarriage (50%), placental disorders (65%), chronic hypoxia (35%) and fetal growth retardation (20%), anomalies of labor (60%).Conclusions. The complicated course of pregnancy in patients with genital endometriosis justifies the need to develop a comprehensive program for the prevention of gestational and perinatal complications.
Other Latest Articles
Last modified: 2020-11-20 17:14:36