Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : hyperemesis gravidarum

A Journey Of Hurdles With Podium Finish In A Covid Positive Pregnancy

Dr.Sivasundari Maharajan; Dr.E. Shanthi; Dr.K.Vinu Vilashini

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3509-3512

Introduction:By the end of December 2019, the outbreak of SARS COV 2 epidemic has occurred rapidly and has spread worldwide and was declared by WHO officially on March 11,2020 as a global pandemic. The global pandemic SARS COV 2 causing severe acute respiratory syndrome affecting the pregnant women has a limited number of case series. Only 10 cases are reported between 24 – 33+6 days with covid infection in literature with one normal delivery and 2 iatrogenic preterm deliveries. We report a case of covid 19 infection in second trimester and treated for hyperemesis gravidarum throughout pregnancy with good maternal and fetal outcome.
Case history:A 31-year-old G4P1L1A1 with previous LSCS was admitted thrice for hyperemesis gravidarum during first and second trimester. She was treated with IV fluids, antiemetics with electrolyte correction. At 29+3 weeks she was readmitted for hyperemesis gravidarum and tested positive for COVID 19 by RTPCR during screening. She was managed medically for hyperemesis gravidarum and advised home quarantine as she belonged to category B without hypoxia and asymptomatic. Emergency LSCS with sterilization was done at 38+3days in view of scar tenderness. Repeat RT PCR was negative and Antibody for SARS COV2 infection was Reactive (20.5 s/c). Mother and baby were discharged on Day 7.Conclusion: Pregnant women are not more likely to be severely unwell, need admission to intensive care or die from the illness than the non-pregnant women as per the current evidence even though vertical transmission might be possible

Depression in Hyperemesis Gravidarum: Determinants and Extent in Al-Nasiriyah, Across sectional study

Alaa Hussein Ali Al Nasir

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 35-43

Background: at a global level and among child bearing age women, the first leading disease burden cause is the depression. Nationally, scarce published data was related to the depression prevalence among pregnant especially with hyperemesis gravidarum women. Aim: to assess the depression extent among hyperemesis gravidarum pregnant Thi-Qarnian women. Methodology: A cross sectional, hospital based, analytical study was carried out in two teaching hospitals (Bent Al Huda and Al Habobi teaching hospitals) in from first week of September /2015 to end of July 2016. All attendants sufferer pregnant from HG to the obstetric outpatients included in this study. Based on previous Iraqi study (37.2%) for of depressive symptoms prevalence in pregnant women sample size had been calculated such prevalence rate with precision of 5%, confidence level of 95%, and added extra sample of 10%, to reach to 322. Beck depression inventory-II (Arabic version) (BDI –II score of > 20 depression was considered) had been used as a specialized questionnaire designed for the achieve the aim of the study. SPSS version 23 had been used for data analysis, P