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afer did not induce contraction on both isolated primed nullipara (estrogenic phase) and unprimed pleuripara (progestogenic phase) uteri.
Single + other 56,037 142 1.12 [0.66-1.89] Parity (e) Nullipara 153,659 350 0.93 [0.71-1.23] Multipara 250,299 612 Ref.
Preeclampsia was found to be more common in nullipara patients (41.9%).
As for parity, 29(72%) were multiparous (1-5parity); 8 (20%) were nullipara (parity 0); and 3(8%) were grand multiparous (parity greater than 5).
It amazes me when the quoted VBAC success rate at a given hospital exceeds the likelihood there of successful vaginal delivery of a nullipara. I see such data reported often.
Others were cervical dystocia (6.0%) 2 or more previous CS in labour (4.3%) nullipara breech in labour (4.3%) ante partum haemorrhage (placenta praevia - 3.7% abruptio placentae 3.4%) footling breech in labour (2.8%) and cord prolapse (1.4%).
Abruptio placentae was more common in multipara than in nullipara.
Here we present a case of leiomyoma in a nullipara women at the 24th week of gestation complained of abdominal pain and nausea which was not responding to conservative therapies.
Table 1 : Ages and Parity of the women Ages of the women Number Percentage 25-29 11 34.4 30-34 12 37.5 35 and above 8 28.1 Nullipara 20 62.5 Primipara 6 18.8 Multipara 5 15.6 Total 32 100 Table 2: Mid-trimester Pregnancy losses before surgery and Pregnancy outcome after cerclage Previous Number Percentage pregnancy loss 1 4 12.5 2 8 25 3 11 34.4 4 6 18.8 5 2 6.3 6 1 3.1 Miscarriages 3 9.4 Preterm 3 9.4 labour/PROM (28-33weeks) Preterm 4 12.5 labour/PROM (34-36 weeks) Term 22 68.8 Pregnancies Total 32 100
Of the women, 32 (42.7%) were nullipara (parity 0) followed by 28(37.3%) with parity 2-5, and 15(20%) grand multiparous (parity greater than 5).
The parity distribution in our study is shown in Table 4, which reveals that in our study parity of one or more was significantly associated with gall stone disease in comparison to nullipara. Maximum patients had parity of 2 and we did not find increasing trend with increasing number of pregnancies.
It has been reported that 46% of nullipara have pelvic organ prolapse at 36 weeks antepartum ....