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A prospective observational study of pregnancy outcomes at advanced maternal age among primigravida which include maternal ,fetal, obstetric and perinatal outcomes

Clinical Trial Description

The investigator will have 2 groups of primigravida , the first group will be presented by 50 women aged 35 y or more and the second group will be presented by 50 women aged 20 y to 34 y The first group will be also divided into 2 subgroups : group (1A ) aged 35 y to 40 y and group (1B) aged above 40 y The investigator will compare the outcomes between the two group , also comparing the outcomes between women with spontaneous pregnancy and those using ART ( Assisted Reproductive Technology ) The participants will undergo routine investigations at the first antenatal visit and a monthly ultrasound examination until delivery The participants will be screened for gestational diabetes mellitus using oral glucose tolerance test between 24 :34 weeks of pregnancy The participants will be screened for gestational hypertension after 20 weeks of pregnancy Obstetric outcomes will be recorded regarding pregnancy induced hypertension, gestational diabetes mellitus , anemia, antepartum hemorrhage, obstetric shock and intrapartum hemorrhage Maternal outcomes will be recorded regarding mode of delivery ,time of delivery ,preterm labor ,obstructed labor and prolonged labor Fetal outcomes will be recorded regarding congenital malformation ,intra uterine growth retardation ,intra uterine fetal death and still birth Perinatal outcomes will be recorded regarded birth weight ,birth asphyxia , neonatal hypoglycemia ,hyperbilirubinemia and ICU admission ;

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NCT number NCT05182021
Study type Observational
Source Mansoura University
Status Active, not recruiting
Start date June 1, 2021
Completion date February 1, 2023

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