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TITLE:

OCCURRENCE OF KNOWN MOTHERLY PROBLEMS SUBSEQUENT OBSTETRIC CHOLESTASIS

AUTHORS:

Dr Khubaib Zulfiqar, Dr Aqsa Kiran, Dr. Mubashar Amin

ABSTRACT:

Background: Pregnant females might exist through obstetric cholestasis. Objective: The main objective of our research was to regulate occurrence of known motherly problems comparable gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia also gestational DM inside obstetric cholestasis. Methodology: Research Project: Short-term Cross-sectional research. Location: Section of Obstetrics & Gynecology, from Oct 2017 to Sep 2018 in Mayo Hospital Lahore. 83 females acknowledged in IPD of Obstetrics and Gynecology area, completing presence standards remained encompassed. They remained recorded for research afterward enchanting knowledgeable agreement. Females having obstetric cholestasis remained trailed until distribution also distinguished for slightly difficulties similar gestational hypertension, preeclampsia otherwise gestational DM. The consequence variables distinguished remained; gestational hypertension, preeclampsia or else gestational DM on precisely intended proforma lengthways by demographic structures of cases. Information remained examined through experiencing SPSS version 21. Results: Average age of our cases remained 27±4 years, average gestational age remained 34±3 weeks, average AST remained 104±32 U/L, Average ALT remained 111.72±36.75 U/L besides average GGT remained 85.82±18.60 U/L. Gestational hypertension remained maximum known difficulty 30 (66.0%) in cases offered by intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy. Gestational DM remained existing in 8(16.45%) cases whereas pre-eclampsia remained distinguished in 9 (17.3%) cases with intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy. Conclusion: Gestational hypertension remained maximum known difficulty in cases offered by intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy, trailed through pre-eclampsia also gestational DM. Key Words: Intrahepatic cholestasis, Gestational DM, Gestational hypertension, Preeclampsia, Obstetric cholestasis.

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