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Diagnosis and Management of Bilateral Uterine Arteries Aneurysm during Puerperium by Salma Mohammed Hassan Eltayeb in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers

Background: Uterine artery pseudo aneurysm is a rare but it can be one of complication of cesarean section. If treated inadequately, it may cause profuse life-threatening postpartum hemorrhage. We report a rare case of bilateral uterine arteries pseudoaneurysm that lead to life threatening secondary postpartum hemorrhage. Case: 25 years old, PI, she underwent category 1 caesarean delivery, 55 days later she experienced recurrent massive attack of secondary postpartum hemorrhage. The diagnosis of bilateral uterine arteries aneurysm was made by CT angiograph. It was successfully treated by selective embolization of the bilateral uterine arteries. Conclusion: Rupture of aneurysm of the uterine artery can be a life-threatening condition. Clinical suspicious is the key point for prompt diagnosis. Diagnosis can achieve by angiography and embolization …

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Probiotics Intervention in Woman Health: Unexpected Acquaintance by Krishna SBN in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers
There is growing interest in health promoting benefits of probiotics as bio therapeutic agents. Probioticsare used to treat recurrent urinary tract infections, diabetes, diarrhoea, vulvovaginal candidiasis and bacterial vaginosis in women. Probiotics exert their positive effects through various mechanisms, including lowering intestinal pH, decreasing colonization and invasion by pathogenic organisms, and modifying the host immune response. There is no agreement about the minimum number of microorganisms that must be consumed to obtain a beneficial effect; however, a probiotic should typically contain several billion microorganisms to increase the chance that adequate gut colonization will occur. This review presents mechanisms of action of probiotics and briefly examines the recent developments in use of probiotics in treating both infectious and non-infectious diseases…

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Endometrial Myomectomy: A New Soul in Caesarean Myomectomy by ┼×afak Hatirnaz in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers

Study objective: To introduce a new surgical technique to the clinical practice by comparing the perop and early postop outcomes of endometrial myomectomy is to serosal myomectomy during caesarean section. 22 cases which consented for endometrial myomectomy were enrolled to Group1 and 24 cases which had serosal myomectomy were included in the control group as Group 2 that has been applied in our practice. Posteriorly located myomas and asymptomatic cases were excluded in both groups. All findings related to the myoma including location, size and the number of the myomas were recorded. Blood loss during surgery, haematological course during pre and postoperative period, the need for blood Transfusion, total time of surgery, and hospital stay was also documented.
Conclusion: Endometrial myomectomy seems to be a safe, easily applicable surgical technique as compared to serosal m…

Modification of the SCA Technique:(IGWHC)- Lupine Publishers

Modification of the SCA Technique by Nadi Keskin in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers
As you would be appreciate, the rate of cesarean sections increased from 4.5% to 31.8% between the years of 1970 and 2007. Although the maternal morbidity and mortality have seriously declined within years due to the implementation of cesarean section, reduction of the complication rates has still considerableimportance, and the revision of the technique and modifications will make contributions to this issue, which involves numerous factors. Therefore, I wanted to describe the lower segment transverse cesarean incision technique, which I have been using with quite a low complication rate for more than ten years.
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Changes in Skeletal System during Pregnancy:(IGWHC)- Lupine Publishers

Changes in Skeletal System during Pregnancy by Mohamed Nabih EL Gharib in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers
Pain localized at the pelvic girdle during and after pregnancy has been keyed out and registered as an entity since the 4th century BC by Hippocrates. Contemporary medical research since the early 20th century has attempted to clarify the spectrum of the different pathologies that this clinical syndrome represents [1]. Up till now, the pregnancy causes changes in spinal curvature and posture remains open for further studies. One of the most frequent complications of pregnancy is low back pain, with 50±70% prevalence [2]. Its incidence is higher in the third trimester of pregnancy, when the most important biomechanical and morphological changes take place. From the second trimester, abdominal morphology is altered by the increased size of the uterus and the weightiness of the fetus, with a 30% gain in abdominal mass [3]. Despite the frequent occurrence of the problem, no explicit criter…

Anorgasmia:(IGWHC)- Lupine Publishers

Anorgasmia by Flavia gomes dos santos in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers
Female anorgasmia is the inability to have an orgasm, not to be confused with a lack of desire. They are different things, because in the woman does feel desire but fails to reach orgasm. Only 5% of cases of anorgasmia are of organic origin: diabetes, multiple sclerosis, neurological and gynecological problems. The origin is psychological for 95% of women with this disorder. It’s something that happens in the head, and which is related to what you have to learn or unlearn, with the concept of pleasure that is being managed, and with ones self-esteem.
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Maternal and Perinatal Outcome in Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy:(IGWHC)- Lupine Publishers

Maternal and Perinatal Outcome in Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy by Sapna IS in IGWHC in Lupine Publishers

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy still holds major cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality & the commonest cause of referral to a tertiary centre. Objective: study the maternal and foetal outcome in patient with hypertensive disorder in a tertiary centre from june2016 to may2017 (one year). Method:Total number of women with severe preeclampsia and eclampsia after 20wks were 146. Women with medical complications were excluded. Hypertensive women were managed as per existing protocol of the institution, after detailed history, examination and investigations. Anti-hypertensive of choice was labetalol and oral nefedipine, Mgso4 was used as anti-convulsant. Result: Out of 146 cases of severe pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, majority 91(62.32%) were between 21-25yrs years of age and 76(52%) were primigravida. We had 21(14.38%) patients with h/o convulsions and …