The Effect of Adenomoyosis on Pregnancy Outcomes

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    Tepecik Training and Research Hospital
Updated on 4 June 2021
infertility
prenatal
premature rupture of membranes
adenomyosis

Summary

Adenomyosis can be defined as the settling of endometrial gland cells in the myometrium and deformity in the uterus and the prevalence of adenomyosis is according to the patient population and countries around 20%. There are recent publications reporting that this rate increases up to 50% in women dealing with infertility. In adenomyosis, where uterine morphology is affected, it is not thought that the uterus, which is expected to provide many morphological adaptations during pregnancy, will not be affected. Therefore, in this prospective study, it was planned to investigate the effects of adenomyosis during pregnancy.

For this study the presence of adenomyosis will be questioned by using ultrasonographic morphological uterine limitation (MUSA) in women who apply to the outpatient clinic with suspicion of pregnancy and undergo transvaginal ultrasonography for the diagnosis of pregnancy before sixth gestational week.

Patients will be divided into two groups according to the presence of adenomyosis and pregnancy complications such as preterm labor, premature rupture of membranes, cesarean section rates, preeclampsia, fetal malpresentation and preeclampsia will be compared between the groups.

Details
Condition pregnancy complication, complicated pregnancy, Disorder of uterus NOS, Endometriosis, adenomyosis, Pregnancy Complications, Uterine Disorders
Treatment Non intervention
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04894292
SponsorTepecik Training and Research Hospital
Last Modified on4 June 2021

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Inclusion Criteria

Age between 18-35 years
Being diagnosed before the 6th gestational week
Having all pregnancy follow-ups and deliveries in our hospital

Exclusion Criteria

Previous uterine surgery
Multiple pregnancies
Pregnant women with uterine malformations
Pregnant women with fetal anomalies
Those who got pregnant using assisted reproductive technique
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