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The correlation between dysmorphic uterus and infertility still remains enigmatic. We aim to evaluate the reproductive outcomes of metroplasty via office hysteroscopy in unexplained infertile women with dysmorphic uterus with comparing a group of unexplained infertile women performing 6 months spontaneous cycles plus 3 cycles controlled ovarian hyperstimulation and intrauterine insemination by randomized trial.
This study aims to explore patient, support person, and health care providers' experience and satisfaction with social support in the abortion procedure room. Although some providers do allow a support person in the abortion procedure room, no study has formally examined the effects of this practice. If this study demonstrates higher patient satisfaction and lower perceptions of pain and anxiety levels in patients who have social support in the in-clinic abortion procedure room, this could change standard procedures in the in-clinic abortion procedure room, allowing for more positive patient experiences.
This is a research study to measure the effect of digoxin injection on Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) procedure duration. Digoxin is the most commonly used feticidal agent among family planning subspecialists, and is commonly used for a variety of reasons including provider preference, patient preference, and concerns over legal status of later D&E procedures. There have been several studies on digoxin administration, adverse effects, and impact on the D&E procedure, but doctors want to clarify how digoxin effects D&E procedure time, if at all.
Pregnancy loss in the second trimester is not uncommon. About 2-3% of pregnancies will be lost in the second trimester, which is much lower than in the first trimester. Once a pregnancy reaches 20 weeks gestation, less than 0.5% will end in a fetal demise. Congenital fetal abnormalities and maternal anatomic factors as immunologic factors, infection, and thrombophilia should be considered; however, a reason and its result connection may be difficult to be established. Cervical incompetence means that the cervix is weak and unable to remain closed during the pregnancy. While cerclage may provide a degree of support to a 'weak' cervix, its role in maintaining the cervical length and the endocervical mucus plug as a mechanical barrier to ascending infection may be more important. Cervical cerclage is performed usually in women with a history of mid-trimester abortion or spontaneous preterm birth due to cervical 'incompetence', with the aim of preventing recurrent loss. Cerclage is a commonly performed as a prophylactic intervention used by most obstetricians despite the absence of a well-defined population for whom there is clear evidence of benefit. Furthermore, there is little consensus on the optimal cerclage technique and timing and type of suture placement. The Progesterone is known to have an inhibitory action on uterine contractility and is thought to play a main role in the maintenance of pregnancy until term. Progesterone is also able to modify the ultrastructural organisation of the myometrium by inhibiting the gap junctions, and preventing muscular contraction. Different routes of administration of progesterone have been described in the literature. These include weekly intramuscular injections from 16 to 20 weeks through to 36 weeks and daily vaginal progesterone suppositories from 24 weeks to 34 weeks of gestation. A recently published Cochrane review further confirmed the beneficial effects of progesterone in infant health following administration in women considered to be at increased risk of preterm birth due either to past history of preterm birth or when a short cervix was identified on ultrasound. However; most of these published studies have been conducted to test the effect of progestational agents for the prevention of preterm labor not miscarriage. Doppler ultrasonography is use to evaluate blood flow. In the field of perinatology, Doppler ultrasonography has been used to assess fetal well-being, especially in intra-uterine growth retardation and fetal anemia, and it plays an important role in managing of these conditions
The abortion considers the most common cause of fetal demise all over the world. The majority of cases occur in the first trimester.The termination of abortion may be by medical or surgical methods, however; the surgical methods represents the greater part of termination. Therefore, the safety of this procedure is a worldwide public health concern . Many clinical studies have been reported the safety of surgical evacuation in the first trimester. The suction-aspiration or vacuum aspiration are the most common surgical methods of induced abortion. This consists of removing the fetus, embryo, placenta, and membranes by suction using a manual syringe or electric pump. However; these technique always need cervical dilation before aspiration. The menstrual extraction does not require cervical dilation and can be used in very early pregnancy. The surgical evacuation is generally considered safe, however; short-term complications are reported due to need of dilatation of the cervix and incomplete evacuation because the surgeon is the only one who can decide the end of the operation depending on his subjective sense. However; with continuous ultrasound guidance, the process could be almost complete because the ultrasound can accurately identify the direction and size of the uterus, position of the gestational sac, observe the insertion of surgical instruments and the advancement of the operation especially when the configuration of the uterus is distorted. At present; ultrasonography is not considered to be an essential pre-requisite for abortion in all cases so our study aims to detect if complete evacuation can be achieved by ultrasonographic assistance or not. We also tried in this study to compare the operative time, amount of blood loss and the occurrence of accidental uterine perforation during the procedure with and without use of ultrasound.
The purpose of this study is to assess whether a mobile phone intervention can be effectively used to improve post menstrual regulation contraceptive uptake and continuation in Bangladesh. The study will consist of two phases: Phase I: A formative phase to understand barriers to post-abortion contraceptive uptake and continuation and the content and modality of messages most appropriate for women in the study areas; and Phase II: An RCT will be conducted to test the effectiveness of the mHealth intervention developed during the formative phase on contraceptive use.
The purpose of this operations research study is to evaluate women's interest in and compliance with using a semiquantitative multi-level dipstick pregnancy test at home for medical abortion follow-up.
Currently, there is very little research to identify ways to decrease blood loss during D&E (dilation and evacuation) procedures. The objective is to determine whether routine use of intravenous oxytocin will improve bleeding outcomes at the time of D&E at 18-24-weeks gestation. To evaluate the hypothesis, investigators will perform a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial. The patient will be followed until discharged from the postoperative care unit during which time patient satisfaction, pain score and postoperative bleeding will be assessed.
The purpose of this project is to remove barriers to obtaining contraceptive methods, including the most effective and expensive methods. The study seeks to remove the financial and knowledge barriers and promote the most effective contraceptive methods to reduce unintended pregnancy rates at the population level.
Primary: To compare rates of immediate postabortal LARC uptake between women exposed to a brief, theory-based, video intervention prior to standard contraceptive counseling and women exposed to standard counseling alone. Secondary: To identify predictors of immediate postabortal LARC uptake among all participants including the role of: - Demographic and reproductive health history variables - Baseline decisional balance, self-efficacy and stage of change for contraceptive initiation