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1.  News and Events
News and Events
[Year:2015] [Month:January-April] [Volume:7 ] [Number:1] [Pages:49] [Pages No:vii-ix] [No of Hits : 712]
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ASPIRE, Pakistan, 13th-15th March 2015
(Pre-Conference Workshops Report)

Hands-On Workshop on IUI
Venue: Rashid Latif Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan
Facilitator: Dr Farrukh Zaman, Dr Haroon Latif Khan, Dr Samina Suhail, Dr Aisha Awais, Mr Kausar Sidiqi, Mr Burhan
Number of Participants: 25
Program: Practicality of IUI Basic to Set Up, Ovarian Stimulation Protocols, Workup on infertility, Insemination on Dummy, Semen Preparation for IUI.

 
2.  Editorial
Greetings!!
Narendra Malhotra, Ruchika Garg
[Year:2015] [Month:January-April] [Volume:7 ] [Number:1] [Pages:49] [Pages No:v] [No of Hits : 517]
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Greetings!!
Scientifically, this issue deals with the use of misoprostal for analgesia for gynecological procedures, impact of thyroid dysfunction on pregnancy outcome and prevalence of low backache in working reproductive aged women and how abnormal uterine bleeding affects quality of life.

 
3.  News and Events
Highlights of SOGP Activities
Narendra Malhotra, Randhir Puri, Ruchika Garg
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:xiv-xxiii] [No of Hits : 4165]
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Highlights of SOGP Activities
Oath taking ceremony of newly elected SOGP office bearers took place at Sheraton Hotel, Karachi, on 1st June 2013. Following members took the oath.

  • President : Prof Tasneem Ashraf (Balochistan).
  • Vice Presidents : Dr Razia Korejo (Sindh), Prof Aziz-un Nisa Abbasi (KPK), Prof Muhammad Tayyab (Punjab).
  • Gen. Secretary : Dr Haleema Yasmin, Joint Secretary : Prof Aisha Siddiqua, Treasurer : Dr Shahina Ishtiaq.
  • Executive Members : Prof Ghazala Mahmud, Prof Roshan Ara Qazi, Prof Mahmmad Al Fareed Zaffar, Dr Shahida Shaikh, Prof Lubna Hassan, Dr Nighat Shah.

 
4.  Research Article
Effect of Postnatal Exercises on Quality of Life in Immediate Postpartum Mothers: A Clinical Trial
Arati V Mahishale, Lume Pereira Antonyna Maria Ulorica, Hema S Patil
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:11-14] [No of Hits : 1493]
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Objective: Women are potentially susceptible to complications during postpartum period which may affect their physical, mental and social wellbeing. It is essential to deliver appropriate postpartum care in immediate postpartum mothers to improve the general wellbeing. Postnatal exercises are administered in routine clinical practice for early mobility and postnatal recovery. The present study aimed to assess the effect of postnatal exercise on postpartum maternal physical, mental, social and general wellbeing in immediate postpartum women.

Materials and methods: Setting-Tertiary care hospital; Subjects-33 immediate postpartum women with vaginal delivery were recruited after obtaining an informed consent and clearance from the institutional ethical committee; Treatment- postnatal exercises namely aerobic exercises, general body strengthening exercises, and pelvic floor muscle exercises were given from 2nd to 4th day postpartum, twice per day each session lasting for 30 minutes each; Tool-the short-form (36) questionnaire was administered as an outcome measure; statistical analysis was done using SPSS version 16.

Results: The results showed statistically significant difference in quality of life according to the short form (36) scores on 4th day postintervention as compared to 2nd day preintervention with p < 0.001 in all domains.

Conclusion: Postnatal exercises administered during immediate postpartum period helps improve the quality of life by improving physical, mental, social and general wellbeing.

Keywords: Postpartum period, Postnatal exercises, Quality of life, SF-36.

How to cite this article: Mahishale AV, Maria Vlorica LPA, Patil HS. Effect of Postnatal Exercises on Quality of Life in Immediate Postpartum Mothers: A Clinical Trial. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):11-14.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
5.  Case Report
Partial Mole with a Coexistent Viable Fetus—A Clinical Dilemma: A Case Report with Review of Literature
Archana D Rathod, SP Pajai, A Gaddikeri
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:51-55] [No of Hits : 1246]
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Gestational trophoblastic disease encompasses a diverse group of lesions. If molar changes in the placenta are known along with an alive fetus, then situation is difficult for both obstetrician and parents. On one hand, there may be a normal pregnancy whereas on the other hand the mother may be threatened by numerous complications caused by the hydatid mole, if the pregnancy is continued.
We present successfully managed case of partial molar pregnancy with an alive fetus at 1st stage of preterm labor with premature rupture of membranes with anemia with a live diploid female fetus with good neonatal out come. Follow-up till 1 year showed no progression to malignant gestational trophoblastic diseases.

Keywords: Partial molar pregnancy, Coexistent live fetus, Karyotyping, Maternal complications, Partial molar placenta, Normal fetus.

How to cite this article: Rathod AD, Pajai SP, Gaddikeri A. Partial Mole with a Coexistent Viable Fetus—A Clinical Dilemma: A Case Report with Review of Literature. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):51-55.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
6.  Original Article
Malondialdehyde and Homocysteine Levels in Patients with Unexplained Female Infertility
Madhur Mahesh Gupta, Suresh Chari
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:18-20] [No of Hits : 1078]
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Objectives: To assess association in between malondialdehyde and homocysteine in females with unexplained infertility.

Methods: A case control study.

Setting: Hospital based.

Patients: Fifty females diagnosed with unexplained infertility were matched with fifty normal healthy controls.

Intervention: Blood samples for malondialdehyde, a lipid peroxidation product and homocysteine measurements.

Results: Our study suggests that females with unexplained infertility have increase in malondialdehyde along with hyperhomocysteinemia when compared with normal healthy controls.

Conclusion: Determination of levels of malondialdehyde and homocysteine should be incorporated as one of the factors for ascertaining the cause of female unexplained infertility.

Keywords: Malondialdehyde, Homocysteine, Unexplained infertility female.

How to cite this article: Gupta MM, Chari S. Malondialdehyde and Homocysteine Levels in Patients with Unexplained Female Infertility. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):18-20.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
7.  Contemporary Study
Doppler Cerebroplacental Ratio and Adverse Perinatal Outcome
S Shaheen, Imam Bano, Ibne Ahmad, Anita Singh
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:25-27] [No of Hits : 1048]
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Objective: This study was done to assess the Doppler cerebroplacental ratio (CPR) in the prediction of adverse perinatal outcome especially in growth restricted pregnancies.

Materials and methods: In this study, 62 antenatal women were subjected to Doppler studies at 34 to 42 weeks of gestations. CPR was calculated and less than 1 was taken as predictor of adverse perinatal outcome. Adverse perinatal outcomes was evaluated by mode of delivery, meconium staining, 1 and 5-minute Apgar scores, birth weight, admission to NICU and other neonatal complications.

Results: Of 62 antenatal women, with an abnormal CPR had higher incidence of meconium, clinical fetal distress, operative delivery, low Apgar score (5 mins), NICU admission and neonatal death, 42.88, 47.62, 26.57, 76.19, 66.17 and 66.67% respectively as compared to women with normal CPR who had 4.88, 2.88, 2.88. 2.88, 12.19, 17.07 and 0% respectively. With the use of an abnormal CPR, the sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative predictive values for predicting an adverse outcome were 62, 80, 62 and 80%, respectively, with an odds ratio (95% confidence interval).

Conclusion: An abnormal CPR is associated with adverse perinatal outcomes, especially in growth-restricted fetuses.

Keywords: Adverse perinatal outcome, Doppler sonography, Cerebroplacental ratio.

How to cite this article: Shaheen S, Bano I, Ahmad I, Singh A. Doppler Cerebroplacental Ratio and Adverse Perinatal Outcome. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):25-27.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
8.  Guest Editorial
Screening, Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes in
Narendra Malhotra, Randhir Puri, Ruchika Garg
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:vii-xii] [No of Hits : 1040]
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PURPOSE

The purpose of this guideline is to provide guidance for screening of pregnant women for diabetes and for the management of pregnancies complicated by pregestational and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) in the Sri Lankan setting.

 
9.  Case Report
Hook Effect in Molar Pregnancy: A Report of Two Cases
Shipra Kunwar, Hemprabha Gupta, Sipra Bagchi, Anushree Mittal
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:49-50] [No of Hits : 1026]
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Molar pregnancy is associated with very high levels of hCG in serum as well as in urine and therefore is an important marker in its diagnosis and follow-up. However, at times very high levels of hCG may be associated with falsely low or negative hCG levels because of Hook effect. Here, we report two cases molar associated with Hook effect.

Keywords: Molar pregnancy, HCG, Hook effect.

How to cite this article: Kunwar S, Gupta H, Bagchi S, Mittal A. Hook Effect in Molar Pregnancy: A Report of Two Cases. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):49-50.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
10.  Case Report
An Unusual Presentation of an Endometriotic Chocolate Cyst
Gaurav S Desai, Shyam V Desai
[Year:2014] [Month:January-April] [Volume:6 ] [Number:1] [Pages:64] [Pages No:46-48] [No of Hits : 815]
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Background: Pelvic inflammatory disease is usually associated with gonococcal sexually transmitted infection. Its association with endometriosis has not been well documented.

Case report: The authors report an unusual case of an endometriotic cyst in a 29-year-old nulliparous patient with clinical features of pelvic inflammatory disease. On treatment with antibiotics, the symptomatology subsided and signs of infection diminished. But subsequent imaging revealed a persistent right adnexal mass. A right chocolate cyst was found on laparoscopy and was treated with drainage and enucleation. Patient was administered three doses of GnRH analogs thereafter and is awaiting treatment for infertility.

Conclusion: Endometriotic cysts commonly manifest with dyspareunia and dysmenorrhea. The patient in this report presented with signs and symptoms suggestive of pelvic inflammatory disease which was secondary to a slow leak from a chocolate cyst.

Keywords: Endometriosis pelvic inflammatory disease, Ovarian cyst, Chocolate cyst.

How to cite this article: Desai GS, Desai SV. An Unusual Presentation of an Endometriotic Chocolate Cyst. J South Asian Feder Obst Gynae 2014;6(1):46-48.

Source of support: Nil

Conflict of interest: None

 
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