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Pregnancy and birth related incidents associated with a history of uterine fibromatosis

L. Manta, M. Rusu


Abstract: The main aim of this study was to evaluate the main causes of pregnancy and birth-related incidents, in patients with a history of uterine fibromatosis. Retrospective study, performed on 275 women, admitted in an Emergency Hospital from Bucharest. A number of 70 pregnancies (36.27%) presented different types of incidents during pregnancy. The occurrence of incidents during pregnancy has not been associated with the presence of a history of pain-related symptoms. Obesity and hypertension were strongly associated with the presence of pregnancy incidents. Birth-related incidents have been identified in a total of 39 cases (20.2% of all supervised births). In the vast majority of cases, the presence of birth incidents was associated with pain-related symptoms and especially the presence of painful uterine contractions. People who have accused birth-related incidents have significantly more frequently reported a history of repeated bleeding. In general, the surgical method used for the treatment of uterine fibroids was not statistically associated with the presence of birth events, although subgroup analysis identified a series of associations, which should be checked by further analysis before being clinically validated. The presence of incidents during pregnancy significantly lowers the risk of incidents during childbirth
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2018.52

Keywords: uterine fibromatosis, birth-related incidents, pregnancy related incidents.

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