Dr. Muhammad Tayyab Abbas, Dr. Waqas Ahmad, Dr. Anam Sadia
Aim: Stillbirth is one of the most basic antagonistic pregnancy results around the world. Late fetal passing rates are mostly utilized for global correlations on account of the enormous varieties in stillbirth rates among nations. Objective. To analyze patterns in LFD (counting antepartum also intrapartum) by different births, birth weight, also maternal age in double cross periods. Methods: A review companion research remained utilized to dissect information from the Medical Birth Register (2001–2014), partitioned into 2 times of 7 a long time each. Our current research was conducted at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. Altogether, information on 1,340 singletons were dissected. This examination determined LFD rates and rate proportions (RR). Results. The general LFD levels shows a small decline of 18% from 2018 to 2019 with measurably important significance (p<0.001). The risk of mortality from multiple births has decreased slightly (RR 1.1/1000; 96% CI .7-2.8). The LFD levels by maternal age did not vary significantly during times. Conclusion: LFD decreased, much as the intraportal birth (RR 0.8/1000 births) LFD decreased. LFD declined. In age group 36 higher LFD levels have long been reported and higher maternal age has impaired pregnancy outcomes. Significant mortality rates in intraparty indicate concerns with the essence of intrapartum diagnosis and burden-keeping. Further explore the mechanisms critical for minimizing the number of stillbirths in the nation generously. Keywords: Late Foetal, Mortality, Maternal, Neonatal Symptoms Community.