Case Studies | Obstetrics and Gynecology | India | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020
Prevalence of Anaemia in Pregnancy at the First Antenatal Visit
Abstract: Aim (1) To Identify the prevalence of Anemia in pregnancy at the first antenatal visit, (2) To identify various sociodemographic factors associated with anemia in primi and multi gravid mothers. Methodology: It is a descriptive study under taken at SBMCH Chennai on 50 Pregnant women attending their 1st ANC. Results: Among 50 study population 83 % were anemic out of which 32 % were primi & 68 % were multi gravida. Pregnant mothers whose birth interval was < 2 yrs were 1.7 time more likely to develop anemia. Pregnant mother who had heavy menstrual blood flow before index pregnancy were 2.7 time more likely to have risk of developing anemia. Conclusion: Among the studied factors short birth interval, previous heavy menstrual blood flow, teenage pregnancy, low socio-economic class, multigravida and the people living in rural areas are the factors which was associated with anemia during pregnancy.
Keywords: Anemia, Primi, Multi gravida, Pregnant Mothers, 1st antenatal visit, birth interval
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,
Pages: 415 - 417
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Dr. G. S. Sailekshmi, Dr. B. M. Logeswari, Dr. Siddarth Vincent Raji, "Prevalence of Anaemia in Pregnancy at the First Antenatal Visit", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020, pp. 415-417, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR201204101636
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