In addition, continued research is needed to clarify the potential link between alcohol and premature birth, particularly extreme premature delivery
They found that a history of one or more miscarriages nearly doubled the risk of pre-term rupture of the membrane that surrounds the baby in the womb, increasing the chances of a premature delivery
Ultrasonographic evaluation of the cervix in pregnancy has provided some insight into premature delivery
and pregnancy wastage.
Mothers who have had malaria are at increased risk for premature delivery
, anemia, and death.
About five percent of pregnant women have hypothyroidism," he says, which can increase the risk of miscarriage, premature delivery
, low birth-weight babies and hypertension (toxemia) at delivery.
Using methamphetamine while pregnant can increase the risk of premature delivery
and can cause heart and brain abnormalities in infants.
Apart from the risk of breast cancer following abortion, there is also an increased risk of cancer of the rectum, ovary and uterine cervix; perforation of the uterus and placenta previa in subsequent pregnancies; premature delivery
, with consequent 38 times increase in cerebral palsy and cognitive impairment of a subsequently conceived infant; six times lower fertility; emotional difficulties, and three times the risk of suicide, as well as five times the risk of substance abuse.
2002), as well increasing the risk of premature delivery
when infected during late pregnancy (Arvin 1996; Paryani and Arvin 1986).
The next day, she had a spontaneous premature delivery
, and the baby died.
Kraizberg, 1990, "The Market Making of Forward Contracts with Premature Delivery
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Pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, pneumonia or blood infection in newborn babies, premature delivery
and asphyxia at birth together accounted for 73pc of deaths.
Warning signs of preeclampsia, a complication of pregnancy that often forces a premature delivery
, are revealed through blood tests (SN: 5/10/03, p.