International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology


Getting Rid of “Bomb Pushing the Womb”: Dysmenorrhea Management

Review Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Getting Rid of “Bomb Pushing the Womb”: Dysmenorrhea Management Abdul Kader Mohiuddin Department of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh, 151/8, Green Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka – 1205, Bangladesh As indicated by the American Academy of Family Physicians, up to 20% of women experience the ill effects of menstrual cramping extreme enough to meddle with every day exercises. On the off chance that prostaglandins levels are higher, more pain is regularly connected with the issues. Cycle length, blood misfortune, period-related symptoms, liquid shading, and consistency are on the whole profoundly factor, notwithstanding for only one individual. Be that as it may, serious menstrual pain is probably going to be brought about by a medical problem, for example, PMS, fibroids, or endometriosis and needs medical help. At the point when scientists examined recurrence and span of exercise and contrasted it with reports of period pain, they discovered exercise did little to lessen discomfort, and in truth this persevered notwithstanding when a scope of different components—including weight, ethnicity, smoking and utilization of the birth control pill—were mulled over. A few women may likewise incline toward not to utilize hormonal contraceptives, as they can bring undesirable reactions, for example, variances in weight and disposition. A few strategies can likewise somewhat raise the danger of specific cancers, including bosom cancer (despite the fact that they diminish the danger of others, including womb cancer). Keywords: dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome; irregular menstruation; pelvic pain; yoga; aromatherapy; menstrual disorders ...

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM RS4919510 (C>G) IN MIRNA-608 AND BREAST CANCER IN VIETNAMESE POPULATION

Research Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM RS4919510 (C>G) IN MIRNA-608 AND BREAST CANCER IN VIETNAMESE POPULATION Luan Huynh Huu, Thanh Nguyen Thi Ngoc, Hue Nguyen Thi Faculty of Biology - Biotechnology, University of Science –Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Breast cancer (BC) is a complex disease throughout the world and it is one of the most common cancer among women both in developed and developing countries. To enhance the survival of BC patients, genetic factors are used for early diagnosis because they are non-changed factors and present ability of cells to proliferate and metastasize. MiR-608 targets many genes which are vital for development, differentiation, motility, apoptosis and angiogenesis. The SNP rs4919510 (C/G) affects the processing of the pre-miRNA to its mature form and the ability to regulate target genes. This SNP has been demonstrated to relate to breast cancer in Chinese and Iranian population. Our study aimed to investigate the association between the SNP rs4919510 and BC in Vietnamese population. 106 cases and 101 controls were genotyped using optimized tetra-ARMs-PCR method, then statistical analysis was applied to examine the correlation of the SNP. The results show that this SNP is high polymorphism with the frequencies of minor allele C is 24.8% and major allele G is 75.2% in Vietnamese population. Statistic result revealed an obvious increased risk of BC among Vietnamese women when compared of heterozygote model and dominant model (CG vs. GG: OR=1.93, 95% CI: 1.09-3.45, p= 0.02; CC+CG vs. GG: OR=1.83, 95%CI: 1.05-3.17, p=0.03). Our study suggested that the polymorphism of rs4919510 may be associated with BC risk in Vietnamese individuals. Keywords: rs4919510, miR-608, breast cancer, polymorphism, tetra-ARMs-PCR method ...

MATERNAL MORTALITY IN A MATERNITY WARD AT A REGIONAL HOSPITAL CENTER IN SOUTHERN SENEGAL

Research Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology MATERNAL MORTALITY IN A MATERNITY WARD AT A REGIONAL HOSPITAL CENTER IN SOUTHERN SENEGAL Biaye B, Diallo M, Guéye M, Gassama O, Niassy Diallo AC, Toure Y, Cisse M, Wade M, Ndour SB, Sarr PM, Diouf AA, Diouf A, Moreau JC. Aristide Le Dantec hospital in Dakar, Senegal Objectives: -to determine the maternal mortality ratio at the Kolda Regional Hospital; -to describe the socio-demographic characteristics of the deceased patients; -to clarify the causes of maternal mortality and to identify the associated risk factors. Materials and method: This was a prospective, descriptive and analytical study conducted between January 1st, 2012 and December 31st, 2016 at the Kolda Regional Hospital Center. We collected data from maternity records, resuscitation records, anesthesia records and the operating protocol register. Results: During this study period, we recorded 120 maternal deaths out of 4116 living births, a maternal mortality ratio of 2915.4 per 100,000 living births. The average age of our patients was 27 years old. The average parity was 4 deliveries and multiparas accounted for half of the patients. In our series, 84% of patients were evacuated; high blood pressure (35.8%) and obstructed labor (18.8%) were the most common reasons for evacuation. More than half of the deaths (52.5%) occurred in the postpartum and 32.5% in the 3rd quarter. More than half of the deaths occurred within the first 24 hours after of admission (52%). Just over a third of patients (39%) had delivered by caesarean section and we had 58.8% of perinatal deaths. The conclusions of the audit were a delay in consultation (57%) followed by a delay in evacuation (28%) and a delay in the management of patients (25%). Conclusion: The multiple factors influencing the high maternal mortality rate in this region of Senegal ...

Genital Prolapse on Pregnancy: Case Study and Literature Review

Case Report of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Genital Prolapse on Pregnancy: Case Study and Literature Review Biaye B, Barry A, Gassama O, Cisse ML, Diouf AA, Niang MM, Cisse M, Diouf A, Diakhat A, Fall KBM, Gueye K, Moreira PM, Diouf A, Moreau JC. Aristide Le Dantec hospital in Dakar, Senegal Genital prolapse is a common gynecological condition, but it is exceptional during pregnancy. It can be pre-existent or else manifest in the course of pregnancy. Complications resulting from prolapse of the uterus in pregnancy vary from minor cervical infection to spontaneous abortion, and include preterm labor and maternal and fetal mortality as well as acute urinary retention and urinary tract infection. Moreover, affected women may be at particular risk of dystocia during labor that could necessitate emergency intervention for delivery. We report the case of a third third-generation 32-year-old third gesture second pare with no particular health history. The last two pregnancies proceeded normally with stage 2 genital prolapse occurring in the second trimester of pregnancy that was aggravated by abdominal expression during childbirth. Keywords: genital prolapse, pregnancy, complications, abdominal expression ...

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