Volume 3, Issue 6


Pregnancy and labor in women with premenstrual syndrome

Author: Lyudmyla Pakharenko

Abstract: 200 women of reproductive age with diagnosis premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and 50 women without PMS were referred to study. Obstetrical anamnesis was analyzed in both groups. We determined that women with PMS have more pregnancies and labors. Also they have a tendency for development of pathological course of pregnancy and labor. Special attention should be paid to women with edematous form of the disease, which were significantly more marked the development of late gestosis compared with healthy women. These women are at risk of pathological labor - caesarean section, forceps, hypotonic/atonic postpartum uterine bleeding and preterm labor.

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