The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology

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To prevent adverse pregnancy outcomes, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) established some recommendations for optimal gestational weight gain (GWG). Unfortunately, they are not unanimous in literature. Objectives of this study were to assess GWG among Congolese women and determine the proportion of women who meet the IOM’s recommendations.199 pregnant were recruited in two hospitals in Kinshasa from October 2012 till June 2013. Women with a single pregnancy who started their prenatal care before the 20th week of gestation, followed them regularly, and delivered at term were included. We collected maternal age, parity, pre-gestational BMI and newborn’s birth weight. The software SPSS 18.0 was used for data analysis. The mean GWG was 8.8 ± 3.9kg; 58.8% of pregnant had GWG below the IOM recommendations, but most of their newborns (91%) had a normal birth weight with an average of 3219.4 ± 443.8 g. This finding suggests that IOM’s Recommendations established from US pregnant may not be appropriate for Congolese, who have characteristics different and live in different conditions. Thus, it is necessary to readjust the recommendations regarding the GWG according to ethnic groups, the living and environmental conditions of each population.















 

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The contraceptive prevalence rate worldwide is 64 percent but only 15.1 percent in Nigeria. The unmet need for family planning among married or in-union women in Nigeria was found to be 18 percent. Family planning has been found to be a potent means of preventing unwanted pregnancy and to plan the time for wanted pregnancy thus helping to improve the couple’s reproductive health, economic standard of living and reduces maternal mortality and morbidity. Almost half of the unintended pregnancies result from contraceptive misuse or inconsistent use. This highlights the needs for wide choice of contraceptive methods, understanding pattern, trends and choice of family planning methods among the populace will help policy makers in designing and planning family planning services for end users hence, this research is set to review the family planning pattern, choices and the reason for uptake of methods of family planning among women of reproductive age in family planning clinic at state specialist hospital, Asubiaro. This study was conducted to determine the socio-demographic characteristics and family planning choices among women of reproductive age attending family planning clinic at state specialist hospital Oshogbo through, a 12 months’ review period. 



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The succenturiate placenta is characterized by a morphologic abnormality whereby one or multiple accessory lobes are connected to the bulk of the placenta by blood vessels. The accessory lobes are vestiges of abnormal distributions of the chorionic villi. The estimated incidence is between 16 and 28 per 10, 000 pregnancies. It carries an increased incidence of vasa praevia. They are associated with increasing maternal age and are more common in women who have undergone in vitro fertilization (IVF). Succenturiate placenta is a structural placental anomaly, the aetiology of which is largely unknown. It may run a benign course and be discovered incidentally following delivery. However, it is more commonly associated with a potentially fatal fetal haemorrhage, intrauterine fetal demise, postpartum hemorrhage or rarely uterine sepsis and sub involution, and should therefore, be considered in the differential diagnoses of these conditions. We report a case of pregnancy with a previously undiagnosed succenturiate lobe of placenta in a 35-year pregnant woman who presented with antepartum haemorrhage at term. She subsequently had cesarean delivery of a healthy female baby. Macroscopic examination of the placenta showed two lobes with vessels running through the intervening membranes, and one of the vessels was noted to have ruptured.

















A Retrospective Analysis of Sexual Assault Cases at Irrua, Edo State, South-south, Nigeria 




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Visfatin serum levels are increased throughout pregnancies complicated by preeclampsia 


Dr. Basima Sh. Alghazali*


 Kufa university, Faculty of medicine, Gynecology & Obstetric Department, P.O. box 18, Kufa, Iraq 



Keywords: Preeclampsia, pregnancy, Visfatin 


Photon Ignitor: ISJN23674358D829527022016


Citation: Dr. Alghazali B.S.*, 2016. Visfatin serum levels are increased throughout pregnancies complicated by preeclampsia. The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Photon 117, 241-247 


Abstract 

Objective: Is to evaluate the potential clinical use of maternal serum visfatin in prediction of preeclampsia and its severity. Study Design: Two hundred ten blood samples were collected from patients. Twenty seven patients were developed PE. These patients were followed for up to five months (first reading at 16-20 week, second reading at 21-28 week and third reading at 29-40 week). The control group consisted of one hundred eighty subjects. They were pregnant women without preeclampsia and other complications, also followed up to five months, first reading at 16-20 week, second reading at 21-28 week and third reading at 29-40 week. Results: The elevation of serum visfatin was statistically significant in women who were developed preeclampsia (mild and sever preeclampsia) later on throughout their pregnancy at 16-20, 21-28 , and at 29-40 weeks of gestation, and there is further significant increment in the level of serum visfatin in women who develop sever preeclampsia when compared with women who develop mild preeclampsia throughout their pregnancy. Conclusion: Serum visfatin is significantly associated with preeclampsia and they can be used as a markers for prediction of preeclampsia early in pregnancy and for evaluation of its severity.





A Comparative Study of Ormeloxifene and Noretisterone in Medical Management of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding 


Dr. Jayati Nath*, Dr. Garima Bajpayi


Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College & Research Centre (TMMCRC) Moradabad, U.P, India 



Keywords:

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding, Norethisterone, endometrial thickness, PBAC Score, menorrhagia 


Abbreviations:

 ET: endometrial thickness, MBL: menstrual blood loss, PBAC Score: Pictorial Blood loss Assessment Chart, LNG: IUS: levonorgestrel intrauterine system, SERM: selective estrogen receptor modulator, Hb: haemoglobin, CBC- complete blood count, TVS: transvaginal ultrasound, MBL: menstrual blood loss 


Photon Ignitor: ISJN23674358D798529012016 


Citation: 

Nath J., Bajpai G., 2016. A Comparative Study of Ormeloxifene and Noretisterone in Medical Management of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Photon 117, 237-240 


Abstract 

Aim of the study: The study was undertaken to compare the safety and efficacy of Ormeloxifene versus Norethisterone in medical management of Dysdunctional Uterine Bleeding. Materials & Methods: One hundred patients of DUB were selected in our study. They were randomly allocated to two groups – Group A, which received 60 mg Ormeloxifene twice a week for 3 months followed by 60 mg once a week for the next 3 months & Group B- which received 5 mg Norethisterone twice daily for 21 days (with a gap of 7 days between two cycles) for 6 months .The outcomes were compared & analyzed with special emphasis on reduction in menstrual blood loss, rise in haemoglobin level & decrease in endometrial thickness. Results: Ormeloxifene caused significantly more reduction in menstrual blood loss compared to Norethisterone. The rise in Hb concentration & reduction in endometrial thickness were also significantly more with Ormeloxifene than Norethisterone. Conclusion: Ormeloxifene was found to be superior to Norethisterone in medical management of DUB.




Effect of Autonomic Neuropathy on Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Outcome 


J.E Bana*, S.R Al-Katibb, B.S AlGhazalic 


a Department of Physiology-College of Medicine-Babylonian University, Iraq 

b Department of Physiology-College of Medicine-University of Kufa, Iraq 

c Department of Obs. & Gyn.-College of Medicine-University of Kufa, Iraq 



Keywords: 

Autonomic neuropathy, intracytoplasmic sperm injection 


Abbreviations: 

ICSI: intracytoplasmic sperm injection, AN: autonomic neuropathy, CNS: central nerve system, SON: sympathetic ovarian nerve, PCOS: polycystic ovarian syndrome, FR: fertilization rate, PR: pregnancy rate, PN- pronucleus, HPAA: hypothalamic: pituitary-adrenal axis 


Photon Ignitor: ISJN23674358D798528092015 



Citation: 

Ban J.E., Al-Katib S.R., AlGhazali B.S., 2015. Effect of Autonomic Neuropathy on Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Outcome. The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Photon 116, 228-236


Abstract

The autonomic nervous system is implicated in the control of ovarian function, ovarian sympathetic outflow changes could contribute in the control of follicular development. The objectives of this study were to determine the autonomic neuropathy in infertile women and to evaluate the association between pregnancies after intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). This study was carried out on 25 infertile women, referred to the fertility clinic in Al-Sadder teaching hospital, and undergone intracytoplasmic sperm injection throughout period from March 2013 to January 2014. Cardiac autonomic neuropathy was evaluated by five standard cardiovascular reflex tests. The results of this study showed that 28 (37.33%) of subfertile women had autonomic neuropathy (AN) on 71% due to female causes. There was insignificant difference in pregnancy rate in women with and without AN (P>0.05). The number of grade IV embryos was significantly higher in women with AN when compared with women without AN (P<0. 05). There was a significant positive correlation between AN score increment and number of grade IV embryo (P< 0.05). In conclusion, increased score of autonomic neuropathy was associated negatively with good quality (grade I and II) embryos and positively with bad quality (grade III and IV) embryos.








A comparative study between spontaneous placental delivery and manual removal of placenta during cesarean section


Dr. M. Vijayasree*







Citation: Vijayasree M., 2015. A comparative study between spontaneous placental delivery and manual removal of placenta during cesarean section. The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Photon 116, 222-227.


Abstract: Introduction: caesarean section has been an accepted standard procedure in modern obstetrics. The method of delivering the placenta is one procedure that may contribute to an increase or decrease in the blood loss during cesarean section Objectives: To assess the intra operative advantages and complications, post operative febrile morbidity following spontaneous delivery versus manual removal of placenta during caesarean section. Materials and Methods: 200 women with term gestation scheduled for lower segment cesarean section through P fannensteil incision were randomized into spontaneous expulsion or manual removal of placenta group and their intraoperative and postoperative outcomes were studied and were statistically compared. Results: There was significant reduction in peri operative hemoglobin and PCV (P<0.05) and decrease in the duration of hospital stay (P<0.05) in the group where placenta was expelled spontaneously as compared to those in the manual removal group. The shorter duration of hospital stay was due to decreased febrile morbidity and lesser postoperative blood transfusions. There was also a significant number with endometritis in MROP group. Conclusion: Spontaneous delivery of placenta is associated with lesser perioperative Hb and PCV fall and reduced febrile morbidity, leading to shorter hospital stay as compared to manual removal of placenta during cesarean section.

 

 


Role of AFB Staining and culture in diagnosis of Genital Tuberculosis in Infertile Kashmiri Women: A Hospital Based Study 


Shayesta Rahia*, Mir Mudasir Sidiqb, Nighat Firdousc, Masarat Rashidd, Shahidah Masarat Muftic 


a Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Lalla Ded Hospital, Government Medical 

   College Srinagar, Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir, India 

b Department of CVTS Sheri-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences Srinagar, Jammu and          Kashmir, India 

c Lalla Ded Hospital, Government Medical College Srinagar, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir,      India 

d Department of gynaecology and Obstetrics Sheri-Kashmir Institute of Medical sciences            Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir, India 


Shayesta Rahi, Mir Mudasir Sidiq, Nighat Firdous, Masarat Rashid and Shahidah Masarat Mufti are conferred with International Obstetrics and Gynecology Research Award-2014 


Keywords: Genital tuberculosis, infertility, culture 


Abbreviations: AFB: Acid fast bacilli, LJ medium: Lowenstien Jensen medium, FGTB: Female genital tuberculosis, PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction, POD: Pouch of douglas 


Photon Ignitor: ISJN23674358D762515042015 


Citation: Rahi S., Sidiq M.M., Firdous N., Rashid M., Mufti S.M., 2015. Role of AFB Staining and culture in diagnosis of Genital Tuberculosis in Infertile Kashmiri Women: A Hospital Based Study. The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Photon 116, 213-221. 


Abstract 

Tuberculosis is a major health problem in many developing countries including India and is responsible for significant proportion of women presenting with infertility. Objective: To study the role of AFB staining and MTB culture in diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile Kashmiri women. Methods: This prospective study conducted at Government Lalla Ded Hospital Srinagar Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics where 200 infertile women admitted, were enrolled in the study. All patients were subjected to detailed history, examination, infertility workup followed by endometrial curettage. Endometrial curettings were taken, send for AFB staining and Mycobacterial culture in LJ medium. Statistical analysis: Descriptive statistics and chi square for comparison purposes. Results: Out of 200 infertile women, AFB staining was positive in total of 7 (3.5%) cases, out of which 6 (85.71%) patients had primary infertility and 1 (14.38%) patient had secondary infertility. Culture for Mycobacterium tuberculosis was positive in 11 (5.5%) patients, among which 8 (72.72%) patients had primary infertility and 3 (27.27%) patients had secondary infertility. Conclusion: Genital tuberculosis should be considered in the differential diagnosis of causes of infertility particularly in areas where tuberculosis is common.





Dr. Rajshree Katke is recipient of Photon Research Award-2014 for outstanding scientific contributions in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology



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Singapore Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Slovakia Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology are best journals for Post doctorate in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology Slovenia Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Solomon Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Islands Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology provide scholarships in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology to faculty and students. Somalia Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and South African Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology offer scholarships for higher education. Spanish Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Sri Lanka Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology publish high impact short communication on Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Saint Kitts Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Saint Lucia Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology organize conference on Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Saint Vincent Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Sudan Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology evaluate courses in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Suriname Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive BiologySwaziland Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Sweden Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology identifies global leaders in  Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Switzerland Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Syria Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology aids to innovative projects. 


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