- Features of hormonal function fetoplacental to complex at multipara pregnancy after auxiliary genesial technologies
Features of hormonal function fetoplacental to complex at multipara pregnancy after auxiliary genesial technologies
HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2017.10(126):133–136; doi 10.15574/HW.2017.126.133
Melnik O. V.
National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education P. L. Shupyk, Kiev
The objective: to study hormonal function fetoplacental complex at multipara pregnancy after auxiliary genesial technologies.
Materials and methods. The analysis of results of pregnancy and an assessment of hormonal function of fetoplacental complex at 50 women with multipara pregnancy which came after auxiliary genesial technologies is carried out.
Results. By us it is established that concentration of progesteronum, placental lactogen and an б-fetoprotein at multipara pregnancy after auxiliary genesial technologies doesn’t double as was considered earlier, and is enlarged by 30–50% of norm. It agrees to the researches conducted by us, when rising concentration of progesteronum to 80% of level, characteristic for one-fetal pregnancy, the risk of development of premature births increases. At pregnancy failure concentration of progesteronum and a placental lactogen meets standard at one-fetal pregnancy or exceeds it for 10%. However the maintenance of hydrocortisone and oestradiolum is lowered irrespective of a pregnancy outcome.
Сonclusion. The received results need to be considered when developing tactics of conducting multipara pregnancy after auxiliary genesial technologies and improvement of algorithm of diagnostic and treatment-and-prophylactic actions.
Key words: multipara pregnancy, auxiliary genesial technologies, is hormonal function of fetoplacental complex.
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