Aqsa Rahat, Zara Amjad, Wania Ashfaq
Objective: To compare the outcomes of pregnancy in multiparous and primiparous females below and over 35 year of age. Methodology: This research work is a comparative study which recruited 1021 females having pregnancy and the comparison of the outcomes of pregnancy carried out in four groups of multiparous and primiparous females below and over 35 year of age. SPSS V.20 was in use for the statistical analysis of the collected information. Results: There was a strong association between age over 35 years and pre-eclampsia, Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, Cesarean Section, preterm labor, and low weight at the time of birth in primiparous females. In multiparous females, there was a strong association between age of less than 35 year of age, low weight at the time of birth and pre-eclampsia. Among females over 35 year of age, parity is effectual on measure of delivery through cesarean and pre-eclampsia. Conclusion: Increased maternal age can be an important factor for the outcomes of pregnancy. There is more affection of age on the primiparous females. Aged females can get normal delivery through vagina with term baby. KEY WORDS: Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, Preterm, Cesarean, Primiparous, pre-eclampsia, Pregnancy.