Obstetric consequences of delivery of women are after assisted reproductive technologies

Authors

  • Olga Kitsаk Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine,

Keywords:

assisted reproductive technologies, pregnancy, births, complications

Abstract

DOI: 10.52705/2788-6190-2024-01-01
UDC 618.5-059:618.177-089.888.11

The objective: to learn influence of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) on the obstetric
results of delivery.
Materials and methods. Retrospective research in which 100 women were plugged with single
fetation (1 group) and 50 was conducted, – with a multifetation after assisted reproductive
technologies (2 groups).
Results. Basic obstetric complications in a 1 trimester of pregnancy were: removing layer by layer
of chorion in 22% at single fetation and 38% at a multifetation; the syndrome of overstimulation
of ovaries took place in 5% women of a 1 group and 10% – in 2 groups; the involuntary breaking
of pregnancy in a 1 trimester is marked in 9 (9%) patients with a single fetation and in 6 (12%) –
with multifetation; principal reasons of the involuntary breaking of one pregnancy was pregnancy
which does not develop – (5 from 9) and anembryony (4 from 9).
Conclusions. Pregnancy for women after ART is characterized by high-frequency of obstetric
complications, thus in all trimesters of pregnancy. At the estimation of frequency of different
complications it should be noted higher level at a multifetation as compared to single fetation.
By basic complication women after ART regardless of number of fetuses have miscarriage and
premature births. The got results testify to the necessity of improvement of algorithm of diagnostic
and treatment-and-prophylactic measures.

Author Biography

Olga Kitsаk, Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine,

Graduate student department of obstetric, gynecology and perinatology
Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine, Kyiv. E-mail: 2191.mf1.12@bsmu.edu.ua

Published

10.04.2024

How to Cite

1.
Кіцак О. Obstetric consequences of delivery of women are after assisted reproductive technologies. par [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 10 [cited 2024 Jun. 18];4(1):5-8. Available from: http://par.org.ua/index.php/par/article/view/160