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11 Possible Causes for Uncoordinated Uterine Contractions

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  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    Myotonic Dystrophy type 2 (DM2) is a multisystemic disorder associated with an expanded [CCTG]n repeat in intron 1 of the CNBP gene. Epigenetic modifications have been reported in many repeat expansion disorders, including myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1), either as a mechanism to explain somatic repeat instability[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Abnormal Uterine Contraction

    (B) uncoordinated uterine contraction is too strong 1.[healthfrom.com] Active management of labor has been shown to decrease perinatal morbidity and cesarean section rates. 30 hypertonic uterine contractions and uncoordinated contraction often[powershow.com] […] and uncoordinated contraction of the uterus and uterine contraction.[humans-health.blogspot.com]

  • Septate Vagina

    Dabirashrafi et al . found that there is less connective tissue and more muscular tissue in the uterine septum, leading to uncoordinated contractibility causing pregnancy[mjdrdypu.org] contractions leading to fetal wastage.[mjdrdypu.org] […] modification of endometrium for implantation. [9] It also has been suggested that decreased estrogen progesterone receptors deficiency in malformed uterus may cause abnormal uterine[mjdrdypu.org]

  • Septate Uterus

    Dabirashrafi et al . found that there is less connective tissue and more muscular tissue in the uterine septum, leading to uncoordinated contractibility causing pregnancy[mjdrdypu.org] contractions leading to fetal wastage.[mjdrdypu.org] […] modification of endometrium for implantation. [9] It also has been suggested that decreased estrogen progesterone receptors deficiency in malformed uterus may cause abnormal uterine[mjdrdypu.org]

  • Septate Vagina

    Dabirashrafi et al . found that there is less connective tissue and more muscular tissue in the uterine septum, leading to uncoordinated contractibility causing pregnancy[mjdrdypu.org] contractions leading to fetal wastage.[mjdrdypu.org] […] modification of endometrium for implantation. [9] It also has been suggested that decreased estrogen progesterone receptors deficiency in malformed uterus may cause abnormal uterine[mjdrdypu.org]

  • Retained Placenta

    If the muscle (the uterus is a series of tissue layers, mostly comprised of muscle tissue) contractions are weak or uncoordinated, the placenta will not be able to come out[justmommies.com] Uterine anomalies: An abnormally shaped uterus can prevent the placenta from being expelled.[justmommies.com]

  • Retained Placental Fragment

    If the muscle (the uterus is a series of tissue layers, mostly comprised of muscle tissue) contractions are weak or uncoordinated, the placenta will not be able to come out[justmommies.com] Uterine anomalies: An abnormally shaped uterus can prevent the placenta from being expelled.[justmommies.com]

  • Pathological Retraction Ring of the Uterus

    HYPERTONIC UTERINE INERTIA (Uncoordinated Uterine Action) Types Colicky uterus: incoordination of the different parts of the uterus in contractions.[gfmer.ch] HYPERTONIC UTERINE INERTIA (Uncoordinated Uterine Action) Types • Colicky uterus: incoordination of the different parts of the uterus in contractions. • Hyperactive lower[medical4free.com] Dysfunction: Primary Dysfunctional Labor : Occurrence Latent stage, cervical dilation 4 cm Hypertonic Uterine Dysfunction: Uterus Contractions: uncoordinated, frequency-[studystack.com]

  • Precipitate Labor

    Types: Hypertonic uterine dysfunction Hypotonic uterine dysfunction Term Hypertonic Uterine Dysfunction Definition Painful, frequent, uncoordinated contractions Ineffective[flashcardmachine.com] Uterine Inertia Uterine inertia refers to insufficient, uncoordinated contractions that do not produce effective dilation. It is also called hypotonic dystocia.[what-when-how.com] contractions preventing normal progress of: Cervical dilation, effacement, descent Most common cause of dystocia ![flashcardmachine.com]

  • Syphilis in Pregnancy

    ., curved-bladed instruments) are used to assist in the birth of the fetal head hypertonic uterine dysfunction Uncoordinated, painful, frequent uterine contractions that do[intranet.tdmu.edu.ua]

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