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395 Possible Causes for Polyhydramnios, Preeclampsia, Stress

  • Multiple Pregnancy

    Preeclampsia Preeclampsia , Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH) , Toxemia, and high blood pressure are all synonymous terms.[] OBJECTIVE: To examine whether mood state or infertility stress influences perceptions of risk, preferences for embryo transfer, or views on multiple pregnancy.[] Polyhydramnios. Placental site. X-ray If ultrasound is not available it can detect foetal heads and vertebral columns.[]

  • Polyhydramnios

    RESULTS: Significantly higher incidences of preeclampsia, placental abruption, placenta accreta, past history of fetal death or preterm delivery, multiple pregnancy, bodyweight[] The aim of this paper was to point out a previously unexplored aspect of fetal bone development in an environment lacking adequate mechanical stress on fetal bone, such as[] There are two clinical varieties of polyhydramnios: chronic polyhydramnios where excess amniotic fluid accumulates gradually, and acute polyhydramnios where excess amniotic[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Complications in the mother also can occur as a result of gestational diabetes, including: Preeclampsia.[] Shoulder dystocia Brachial plexus injury Respiratory Distress Syndrome Congenital abnormalities Intrauterine growth retardation Spontaneous abortion and intrauterine death Polyhydramnios[] We also review the effects of vitamin D analogs supplementation in improving oxidative stress in diabetics.[]

  • Fetal Erythroblastosis

    […] presentation), complications in pregnancy (including early pregnancy bleeding and ante- and postpartum haemorrhage), and medical disorders related to pregnancy (such as preeclampsia[] Fetal erythroblastosis, characterized by chronic fetal hypoxia, may be an indicator of perinatal stress sufficient to cause THI. 2015 S. Karger AG, Basel.[] SignsMother• Polyhydramnios in mother.Baby• Pallor • Hepatosplenomegaly – signifying active haemolysis• Jaundice MAY NOT be there at birth – since the mother’s kidney will[]

  • Noncompliance to Diet

    They remain under a doctor’s care, taking medicine and living with dietary, exercise and stress management prescriptions.[] Be Positive and Empowering Lee stresses the importance of being positive. "We need to teach patients to take charge of their diet and lifestyle," Lee says.[] Factors that may predict noncompliance include past history of noncompliance, stressful lifestyles, contrary cultural or religious beliefs and values, lack of social support[]

  • Oligohydramnios

    A 36-year-old para 3 with early third-trimester severe preeclampsia, mild placental abruption, and fetal growth restriction, with a reassuring BPP of 8/8, was managed expectantly[] Fetal lung damage may be induced by not only oligohydramnios but also iron-induced oxidative stress through chronic aspiration of bloody substances in amniotic fluid.[] According Desmedt et al, there is a 61% perinatal mortality in polyhydramnios associated with a fetal or placental malformation. [6] About 20% of infants with polyhydramnios[]

  • Preterm Labor

    The patient was diagnosed with preeclampsia and preterm labor. An emergent cesarean delivery was performed.[] Ultrasound examination revealed polyhydramnios and a clot around the umbilical cord without retroplacental hematoma.[] Prenatal stress plays an important role on preterm birth; however, there are few stress-related models to predict preterm birth in women with Threatened Preterm Labor (TPL[]

  • Preeclampsia

    In cases of preeclampsia, delivery at the earliest is the only cure.[] BACKGROUND: Preeclampsia (PE) is a pregnancy disease associated with oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction.[] […] inflammatory disease (conditions classifiable to 614.0 - 614.5 , 614.7 - 614.9 , 615 ) 646.6 pelvic peritoneal adhesion 648.9 placenta, placental placentitis 658.4 pneumonia 648.9 polyhydramnios[]

  • Diabetes in Pregnancy

    OUTCOMES: The outcomes evaluated were short- and long-term maternal outcomes, including preeclampsia, Caesarean section, future diabetes, and other cardiovascular complications[] Moreover, the risk of preterm labor is increased as a result of polyhydramnios that frequently develops.[] But you also lead a life in the real world, with all it stresses and tensions. Stress has many sources.[]

  • Placental Insufficiency

    Physicians diagnosing preeclampsia were masked to neurodevelopmental outcome, and those assessing neurodevelopmental function were masked to preeclampsia status.[] In response, the malnourished fetus develops a series of stress hormone-mediated metabolic adaptations to preserve glucose for vital tissues at the expense of somatic growth[] N 3 studies of idiopathic polyhydramnios, N 4 studies of polyhydramnios that adjusted for congenital anomalies.[]

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