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Particularly common symptoms include self-induced antepartum hemorrhage, premature labor, premature rupture of membranes, hyperemesis gravidarum, reduction in fetal movements, and seizures (Ara & Sultana, 2003; Miller, 2008; Puri 2006).
In multivariate analysis adjusted for income and race or ethnicity, women who were physically abused during pregnancy were significantly more likely than others to have experienced antepartum hemorrhage (odds ratio, 3.
07%) for transfer because of anticipated risks of prematurity, malpresentations, antepartum hemorrhage and postpartum hemorrhage.
It is frequently associated with antepartum hemorrhage and is a precipitating factor for preterm labour.
This contradiction can be explained by our cultural trend of marriages and start of reproductive life in our women at a younger age group Regarding presentation, majority of patients were symptomatic (89%) having history of antepartum hemorrhage between 24 36+ weeks of gestation (74.
Maternal outcomes were also collected and included infection, cesarean section and antepartum hemorrhage.
In developing countries antepartum hemorrhage and postpartum hemorrhage is still cause of maternal mortality and morbidity.
Antepartum Hemorrhage 12(20%), vertical transmission took place in 20(33%) cases.
Keywords: Antepartum hemorrhage, Grand multipara, Maternal mortality, Multiparty, Obstetric complications, Postpartum hemorrhage.
Among the various risk factors maternal age, illiteracy, rural residence, poverty, joint family setup, history of PROM, previous low birth weight babies, history of antepartum hemorrhage, multiparity, previous perinatal loss, previous premature babies, threaten abortion, were the prominent risk factors found in majority of cases.
The researchers determined the cardiac arrest rate among women with various coexisting conditions, and found the following: hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (27%), postpartum hemorrhage (25%), antepartum hemorrhage (16%), amniotic fluid embolism (14%), cardiomyopathy (13%), anesthetic complications (9%), sepsis (8%), aspiration pneumonitis (8%), and venous thromboembolism (7%).