The Effect of Metrofibroma On the Prenatal Development of The Fetus
Author(s): KG Garayeva*, SG Garayeva, U Shaxmaliyeva, A Hasanova and A Abdullayeva
One of the most important challenges that obstetrician-gynecologists face is the absence of complications during normal prenatal development of the fetus, childbearing without complications, and the reduction of the number of children born with defects in the postpartum period. Numerous studies have been conducted to find solutions for these problems, since solving them ensures the health of the gene pool. Given the relevance of the problem, 30 women were monitored by the authors during pregnancy and divided into three groups. The first group included 30 pregnant women according to the collected anamnesis. Pregnancy of women from the second group proceeded under the supervision of the authors. The third group included 26 pregnant women who received treatment for metrofibroma and became pregnant again. Prenatal development of the fetus, complications during the internatal period and the health status of newborns in the postpartum period were evaluated in pregnant women from the second and third groups. The results of the studies showed that after treatment of metrofibroma, pregnancy proceeded without complications. Bleeding and premature birth were not observed, hysterectomy was not performed. Spontaneous miscarriage decreased by 7%, preterm rupture of membranes decreased by 12%. The authors believe that metrofibroma is a high-risk factor for complications during pregnancy, therefore, radical treatment of metrofibroma before pregnancy is important.