A CROSS-SECTIONAL RESEARCH ON THE ASSOCIATION OF FIRST TRIMESTER BLEEDING PER VAGINAL AND PELVIC PAIN FREQUENCYJournal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.05, No. 04)
Publication Date: 2018-04-09
Authors : Amna Rashid Dr Saba Khalid Dr Sadia Abdulrazzaq;
Page : 2451-2457
Keywords : Pelvic pain; 1st Pregnancy Trimester; Vaginal Bleeding and Gravidity.;
Objective: Aim of the research was the determination of pelvic pain frequency and bleeding per vaginal during 1st trimester. Methods: We included 150 pregnant cases in the age limit of 18 – 35 years who were in their 1st trimester of pregnancy, research design was cross-sectional and it was completed from July, 2015 to July, 2016 in the time span of one year. SPSS-20 was used for the data entry and analysis. Results: Average age was (26.33 ± 4.23), pelvic pain frequency was 29.33% and per vaginal bleeding was 12%. There was no statistical significant difference observed in the vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain in various groups of age as per the research stratification analysis. Pelvic pain rate was high in the primigravida women in comparison to the multigravida with a p-value of (0.003). Conclusion: Research concludes that significant women strength experienced vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain in the 1st trimester, for a practitioner it is important to practice sound diagnostic and clinical expertise for the treatment of pregnancy complications as these abnormalities are potent instrument of distress in the women and their partners. Keywords: Pelvic pain, 1st Pregnancy Trimester, Vaginal Bleeding and Gravidity.
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