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Abstract

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERPREGNANCY INTERVAL AND NEONATO-MATERNAL OUTCOMES

Dr. Negin Rezavand, Mastaneh Kamravamanesh*, Dr. Maryam Zangeneh, Dr. Firozeh Vaisi, Dr. Mansour Rezaei, Dr. Ali Reza Hayati, Dr. Mitra Bakhtiari

ABSTRACT

Background and objective: The suitable spacing between births is one of factors affecting health of mothers and children. The interval between one pregnancy and next pregnancy may affect risk of pregnancy complication. As specialists often face with questions related to suitable interval between pregnancies, so this research was done to study association between interpregnancy interval with maternal and neonatal outcomes in referred women to labor ward of Imam Reza educational – therapeutic hospital of Kermanshah city in 2012. Material and Methods: This prospective study was carried out on 605 singleton pregnant women with gestational age above 24 weeks who referred to labor ward of Imam Reza educational- therapeutic hospital of Kermanshah, Iran during 2012. Sampling method was available. The data collection instrument was a made – researcher questionnaire that after agreement of subjects through interview was completed. Then, information was classified using software SPSS and was analyzed by descriptive and analytical statistical tests. Results: There is meaningful association between pregnancy interval variable and maternal age in time of birth (P= 0.00), maternal age in first pregnancy (P=0.001), number of parturition (P=0.00), birth weight (P=0.004), circumference of head in time of birth of infant (P=0.00), method of prevention of pregnancy (P=0.009), method of parturition (P=0.00), preeclampsia in recent pregnancy (P=001), diabetes in recent pregnancy (P=0.005), wanted or unwanted pregnancy (P=0.00) and duration of lactation (P=0.00). Conclusion: In this study, special complication was not found in terms of short pregnancy interval that is perhaps due to perinatal cares and regimen of mother and use of supplements and pregnancy interval in terms tolerance of pregnancy and physical pressure for mother is important.

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